The Unicondylar Sled Prosthesis was first implanted in 1969. It was last modified in 1981, and ever since the successful implant design has remained unchanged:
Naturally shaped components - Polycentric femur design permits anatomically adapted reconstruction:
Forgiving design - “Round-on-Flat” fixed bearing design permits excellent freedom of movement, leading to patient-specific mobility13:
The femoral components are available in four sizes:
• Small (16 x 40 mm)
• Medium-small (17 x 46 mm)
• Medium (18 x 52 mm)
• Large (20 x 60 mm)
In the event of a revision, explantation is easier than with undercut stem structures.14
The symmetrical shape of the tibial plateaus allows them to be used both medially and laterally. The dimensioning is adapted to the shape of the tibial head anatomy.
This version is available in four heights: 7, 9, 11 and 13 mm, and four diameters: 45, 50, 55, and 58 mm.
This version is available in four heights: 8, 9, 11, and 13 mm and three diameters: 45, 50, and 55 mm.