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Stryker Knee and Hip Implants Demonstrate Lowest Revision Rates, According to the National Joint Registry for England and Wales
Date:2/16/2011

MAHWAH, N.J., Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Stryker Corporation's Orthopaedics division today announced at the 2011 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons annual conference the findings of the National Joint Registry for England and Wales, which reports that Stryker's Trident® Cup, Accolade® Hip Stem and Triathlon® Knee System outperformed all competitive products in terms of revision rates for the most frequently used brands.(1,2,3)

"Stryker Orthopaedics focuses on developing products that can address the clinical issues that are most critical to implant performance," said Mike Mogul, Group President, Stryker Orthopaedics. "The National Joint Registry of England and Wales is incredibly important because it demonstrates the performance of implants on the market today and provides surgeon and hospital customers with valuable data, enabling them to make informed purchasing decisions to enhance clinical outcomes."

The 2010 National Joint Registry of England and Wales data revealed that Stryker's Trident® Cup, Accolade® Hip Stem and Triathlon® Knee System all showed the lowest rate of revision when compared with the most frequently used implant systems. According to the registry, Trident® had the lowest revision rate (2.4%) among cementless cups at five years, Accolade® had the lowest revision rate (2.8%) among cementless stems at five years, and Triathlon® had the lowest revision rate (1%) among total knee replacement systems at three years for the second year in a row. (1,2,3)

The Trident® Acetabular System features a patented locking mechanism that outperforms competitive designs(4) in regards to micromotion between cup and liner, and is designed to minimize back-side wear(4) while maximizing jump distance for increased stability(5).  Compatible with Stryker's patented X3® Advanced Bearing Technology, Trident® X3® has demonstrated a 97% reduction in wear compared to conven
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