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  • Zimmer Persona Knee

    Zimmer is redefining knee arthroplasty and ushering in a new era of personalization with the introduction of the Persona Knee. The Persona System makes the most clinically successful knee replacement more personalized than ever by focusing on the unique needs of the patient, surgeon and institution.

    We used our leadership and knowledge of the natural movement of the knee to develop the Persona Knee. Working with more than 50 of the world’s most respected orthopaedic surgeons, and utilizing analytics from both genders and 1,500 different bone types from 26 different ethnicities, Zimmer was able to create the most anatomically accurate knee implant.

  • Zimmer Gender Solutions Natural-Knee Flex

    The Gender Solutions Natural-Knee Flex System is an ideal choice for the growing number of patients who wish to return to an active lifestyle. The system is compatible with muscle-sparing Zimmer® Minimally Invasive Solutions™ procedures and offers high-flexion capability up to 155 degrees and delamination-resistant Prolong® Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene tibial and patellar articular surfaces.

    The system features the proven clinical success of Zimmer’s asymmetric tibial component, CSTi™ porous coating and the Ultracongruent articular surface. For surgeons, the Gender Solutions Natural-Knee Flex System is a flexible, comprehensive solution. For patients—both male and female—it offers the opportunity for an active and independent future.

  • Zimmer Gender Solutions NexGen High-Flex Knee

    Women and men are different. That’s not news to the medical establishment. What is news is that Zimmer is first in the orthopaedic industry to address this fact… with the introduction of the Zimmer® Gender Solutions™ NexGen® High-Flex Implants. What makes them revolutionary is the way in which they compensate for the most important differences between women’s and men’s knees. It isn’t strictly a matter of size; it’s a matter of shape.

    Research has shown that the female knee has a less-pronounced anterior condyle than males.2,13 This less-pronounced anterior condyle results in less bone being resected from the female knee

  • Zimmer NexGen LPS-Flex Mobile and LPS Mobile Bearing Knees

    Help restore natural knee kinematics and accommodate up to 155° of active flexion with the NexGen LPS-Flex Mobile and 120° of active flexion with LPS-Mobile Bearing Knee. An innovative more anterior axis of rotation for the tibial component is designed to accommodate femoral rollback during flexion..

    The LPS-Flex Mobile and LPS-Mobile Bearing Knee is a rotation-only mobile-bearing design with a more anterior axis of rotation. Matching the LPS-Flex Mobile and LPS-Mobile Bearing Knee Femoral Component with a size-specific mobile articular surface combines the stability of a posterior stabilized design with a mobile bearing component.

  • Zimmer NexGen LPS-Flex Fixed Bearing Knee

    The NexGen Complete Knee Solution Legacy Knee Posterior Stabilized (LPS) LPS-Flex Fixed Bearing Knee is designed to accommodate resumption of high-flexion daily activities. Attention to patient selection, surgical technique, implant size, and rehabilitation can help enhance the chances for success. The NexGen Complete Knee Solution LPS-Flex Fixed Bearing Knee can be used with augments and stem extensions.

    Many activities of daily living require flexion beyond 120 degrees. Consider climbing stairs (75°-140°), sitting in a chair and standing up again (90°-130°), or squatting (130°-150°).1 The LPS-Flex Fixed Knee extends the NexGen Complete Knee Solution to patients capable of up to 155 degrees of active flexion.

  • Partial knee systems
  • Zimmer Unicompartmental High-Flex Knee System

    The Zimmer Unicompartmental High Flex Knee System is designed to provide an early intervention option for patients with unresolved medial or lateral compartmental arthritis. Based on the successful design of the M/G® Unicompartmental Knee, the Zimmer Unicompartmental High-Flex Knee combines implant and instrument innovations with proven design concepts to create a reproducible knee system for today’s active patient population.

    The Zimmer Unicompartmental High Flex Knee System is based on the established implant design of the M/G Unicompartmental Knee System, which has more than 15 years of clinical success.2 The combination of these proven design concepts and several new design innovations is already showing a reduced rate of revision in the Australian Orthopaedic Registry.

  • Knee components
  • Zimmer Trabecular Metal Tibial Tray Components

    The Trabecular Metal Tibial Tray unites stable fixation with modular components to meet a growing demand for knees implanted through mini-arthrotomies. With mechanical properties similar to cancellous bone, Trabecular Metal Technology is designed to achieve stable initial fixation. The separate articulating surface is available in Prolong® Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene, which is specifically designed to reduce wear and delamination. And the modular components work with the Zimmer® Minimally Invasive Solutions™ procedures.

  • Zimmer Trabecular Metal Femoral and Tibial Cone Augments

    The Zimmer Trabecular Metal Tibial Cone offers an optimal combination of material and design. It provides structural support in the area of bone loss and offers an alternative to grafting procedures.

    This product has an elasticity similar to bone, with an average porosity of up to 80%. Its fully interconnected pores allow uninterrupted pathways for biological in-growth, and its cellular structure resembles bone.Trabecular Metal Material is a highly porous structure with a nano-textured strut architecture that creates an initial scratch fit and facilitates the long-term biologic attachment of orthopedic implants via bone ingrowth. Trabecular Metal Material is the most advanced fixation surface available for orthopedic implants.

  • Revision Systems
  • Zimmer NexGen Legacy Constrained Condylar Knee (LCCK)

    The NexGen LCCK is intended for patients who, in the surgeon's judgment, require additional prosthetic stabilization due to inadequate mediolateral, anteroposterior, and varus/valgus ligament function, and require augmentation and/or stem extensions due to inadequate bone stock. For use when both cruciate ligaments are excised and when greater varus/valgus constraint is required (an LCCK Femoral Component can be used with NexGen LPS Articular Surface, however, less varus/valgus constraint is provided). The NexGen LCCK can be used with augments and stem extensions.

    For patients who lack functional collateral ligaments or whose knees cannot be stabilized by the usual tissue releases, the LCCK features an elevated tibial spine and deeper femoral intercondylar box. A close fit between the spine and box provides stability as the mechanical rollback is induced, inhibiting posterior subluxation and limiting varus/valgus movement to +1.25 degrees and internal/external rotation to +2 degrees. This design accommodates a theoretical range of motion in excess of 120 degree

  • Zimmer NexGen RH Knee

    The NexGen RH Knee features a modular hinge mechanism that results in 95% of the load being carried by the tibial condyles,1 similar to the loading pattern of a primary implant design.Because the femoral condyles remain centered on the tibia throughout the range of motion, and the shape of the patellar groove is similar to the design of the NexGen system, patella tracking is similar to a primary knee design.

    For the more challenging arthroplasty procedures, the NexGen RH Knee can be used in conjunction with the Trabecular Metal™ Tibial and Femoral Cones* that address those most difficult bone-loss scenarios. Since the NexGen RH Knee takes advantage of modular design by using NexGen Augments, the basic bone cuts are the same as those made for NexGen Primary System Components. This helps to minimize bone loss and allows use of instrumentation commonly used in primary implant procedures.

  • Zimmer MOST Options System for Severe Bone Loss

    The MOST Options System is designed to enable patients facing severe bone loss of the knee or hip to regain use of their limbs and provides the potential for restoration of function. The system goes beyond the requirements of a rotating hinge and provides the surgeon intraoperative flexibility to address a patient’s individual situation.

    The anatomic, modular MOST Options System gives you maximum intraoperative flexibility in implant selection, connection, and fixation. The system offers a wide variety of implant sizes, segments, adapters, and stems to accommodate these complex cases.

  • Zimmer Segmental System

    The Zimmer® Segmental System is a salvage knee prosthesis intended to replace the distal femur, mid-shaft femur, proximal femur, and/or total knee in cases that require extensive resection and restoration. The Segmental System is also compatible with selected components from NexGen® Rotating Hinge Knee Systems.

    Using this system it is possible to totally replace the lower limb from the mid-calf to the hip. The distal femoral components are designed to be compatible with NexGen Patella Components.The Segmental System is a modular system comprised of stem extensions, segments, intercalary segments, articular surfaces and distal femoral components.