Two different stem curvatures allow adaptation to the individual patient’s anatomy - for extended support of the implant on the Shenton’s line. The successful ribbed structure provides secure, rotationally stable fixation in the compressed cancellous bone.4, 5
The C.F.P. Hip Prosthesis Stem enables femoral neck-preserving, cementless implantation. It was developed specifically for young, active patients, whose long life expectancy means that they are more likely than older patients to experience aseptic loosening with a conventional hip prosthesis.
The design of the C.F.P. Hip Prosthesis Stem incorporates biomechanical loading and anchoring principles, conforming to the hip anatomy and physiology. This ensures stable, stress-resistant anchoring of the prosthesis.3
The bone-preserving resection, preserving the femoral neck, creates favorable conditions for later interventions.
The pronounced ribbed profile and the LINK Tilastan alloy give the stem a high level of structural and material-based elasticity compared to other hip systems. This in turn minimizes femoral stiffness, thereby reducing “stress shielding”.6
Many long-term outcomes with survival rates of up to 98.3 percent after 11 years emphasize the success and great reliability of the C.F.P. stem.3