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Consensus® Knee

ProductsConsensus® Knee
Company Hayes Medical, Inc.
Item Consensus® Knee
Features 
  • All-poly components provide 10mm of replacement.
  • Elliptical design increases the coverage of the lateral aspect of the resected bone and reduces the chance of patella "falling" into the intercondylar space in flexion.
  • Medialized spherical dome anatomically positions the apex of the patella. Patellar instrumentation allows all-poly components to be recessed for enhanced stability.
  • All-poly patella has three contoured pegs and recessed pockets to assure implant stability and fixation; x-ray marker enhances post-op x-ray evaluation.
  • Description The Consensus® knee system continues the "Consensus Concept" approach to design by combining intelligent engineering with the diversified experience of a Scientific Advisory Board. The result is an affordable knee system that incorporates state-of-the-art features. Consensus® Knee implants are designed to provide both joint and implant stability and allow near normal kinematics. The components are anatomic with porous and nonporous options. Six femoral/tibial and three patella sizes are available.
    Info Hayes Medical, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 240-0500
    Web site: http://www.hayesmed.com

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