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Advance® Posterior Stabilized Total Knee Systems

ProductsAdvance® Posterior Stabilized Total Knee Systems
Company Wright Medical Technology, Inc.
Item Advance® Posterior Stabilized Total Knee Systems
Features 
  • The Universal nonporous coated CoCr femoral components are available in 6 sizes to accommodate patient anatomy, restore natural patellofemoral function, maximize fixation and enhance stress distribution.
  • A divergent anterior resection minimizes the potential for notching and eases implant insertion.
  • Description The major innovation in posterior stabilized (PS) knee design. Improve patellofemoral kinematics. Reduce wear rate potential. Increase resistance to posterior tibial dislocation. Achieve at least 120o flexion in all sizes.
    Info Wright Medical Technology, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 238-7117
    Web site: http://www.wmt.com/

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