Exceed ABT Acetabular system
The acetabular cup is:
- Minimally invasive surgery compatible
- Proven fixation
The acetabular cup addresses both the needs of primary and revision surgery. The surgeon can select ceramic, metal or highly crossed linked polyethylene large diameter bearings tailored to the patient’s needs.
The acetabular cup can be converted from a solid to a multi-holed option simply by removing the blanking plugs, thus allowing for supplementary screw fixation.
The improved stability 6, 7 and increased range of motion reduces the risk of dislocation and allows an increased arc of motion of the hip joint. The ability to use the Exceed cup with MIS instruments allows the surgeon to use both the anterior or posterior MIS approaches when performing hip replacements.
The ceramic and metal liners are stabilised using a morse taper system within the concave surface of the shell and a Ringloc retainer mechanism for the polyethylene liner.
- Biomet Exceed Acetabular System
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