Hip Joint Implant System
 

SUMMIT™ Tapered Hip System

Product Codes:

2570-00-000, 2570-00-002, 2570-04-100... View More

Hip Joint Implant System
 

SUMMIT™ Tapered Hip System

Product Codes:

2570-00-000, 2570-00-002, 2570-04-100... View More

The SUMMIT™ Tapered Hip System has over 15 years of clinical history and remains a reliable treatment option for patients today. The system is designed for initial stability and biologic fixation to the bone.

About This Product

The SUMMIT™ Tapered Hip System is a biocompatible titanium alloy stem with a porous coating and radial ZTT macro texture designed for initial stability and biologic fixation to bone.

Key Design Features Include:

  • POROCOAT™ Porous Coating
  • DUOFIX™ HA Coating
  • Direct Lateralization
     

Features & Benefits  

Radial ZTT Steps
 

Designed to eliminate hoop stress by directing radial force into compression and provides lower risk of intra-operative fracture.1
 

POROCOAT™ Porous Coating

Allows biological fixation to bone.2 The POROCOAT™ Porous Coating is composed of commercially pure titanium sintered metal beads.

Direct Lateralization

Enables femoral offset restoration without affecting leg length. The SUMMIT™ Tapered Hip System has the ability to lateralize by 6 mm–8 mm to manage soft tissue laxity depending on stem size.

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Material

Ti6AI4V Proximal POROCOAT™ coating/extensively HA-coated 35µm Ti6AI4V Proximal POROCOAT™ coating/extensively HA-coated 35µm

Revision/Standard

Standard Standard

Cemented/Cementless

Collarless uncemented Collar and Collarless uncemented

Standard/High Offset

10 sizes (Standard, HO) 13 sizes (Standard/HO)

Offset Range

36-54 mm 36-54 mm

Shell Style

EMPHASYS™ Acetabular Solutions, PINNACLE™ Acetabular Solutions EMPHASYS™ Acetabular Solutions, PINNACLE™ Acetabular Solutions

Screw Flange

NA NA

Product Resources

Clinical Resources

References

  1. Currier, John H., et al “In vitro Testing of the Risk of Femur Fracture During Insertion of Radial Stepped Stems and Porous Coated Stems” Poster Presentation #1841, 54th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA. 2008
  2. Engh CA, et al. Cementless total hip arthroplasty using the anatomic medullary locking stem: 0-10 year results using a survivorship analysis. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 1989:249

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