Orthopaedic reconstruction products for Hips
Features and Benefits
- Cobalt Chrome cemented stem
- Utilizes a triple-taper design to reduce stresses on the cement mantle, as well as reduce subsidence
- Simple broach-only, one-tray system
- Offered in 6 sizes, each in standard and high offset options. Centralizers are available in 7 sizes. All Centralizers fit all stem sizes
- Circulotrapezoidal neck provides superior ROM and can lead to fewer dislocations.
- Optimized neck taper and femoral head design allow for 11mm of neck length adjustment without a skirted head
Download the CPCS Surgical Technique (PDF 470 KB).
- The CPCS system includes twelve stems, six standard offset and six high offset stems
- All the instruments fit in one tray. It is a broach only system
- Centralizers are available in 7 sizes, size 0, and sizes 8 through 18 in 2mm increments. All centralizers will fit all stem sizes
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Design & technology
- The CPCS system includes twelve stems, six standard offset and six high offset stems.
- All the instruments fit in one tray. It is a broach only system.
- Centralizers are available in 7 sizes, size 0, and sizes 8 through 18 in 2mm increments. All centralizers will fit all stem sizes.
Hip components are indicated for individuals undergoing primary and revision surgery where other treatments or devices have failed in rehabilitating hips damaged as a result of trauma or noninflammatory degenerative joint disease (NIDJD) or any of its composite diagnoses of:
- Avascular necrosis
- Traumatic arthritis
- Slipped capital epiphysis
- Fused hip
- Fracture of the pelvis
- Diastrophic variant
Hip components are also indicated for inflammatory degenerative joint disease including:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Arthritis secondary to a variety of diseases and anomalies, and congenital dysplasia
- Femoral neck fracture and trochanteric fractures of the proximal femur with head involvement that are unmanageable using other techniques
- Endoprosthesis, femoral osteotomy, or Girdlestone resection
- Fracture-dislocation of the hip
- Correction of deformity