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Integra LifeSciences unveils Titan reverse shoulder system: 3 points

Written by  Megan Wood | Thursday, 16 March 2017 19:12
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Plainsboro, N.J.-based Integra LifeSciences launched the Titan Press-Fit Reverse Shoulder for Fracture.

Here are three points:

 

1. The Titan reverse device doesn't need cement for prosthesis placement, because of its two-piece stem that achieves implant-to-bone press-fit fixation below the fracture line in the humeral canal.

 

2. Studies have shown stem fixation in the humeral canal yields stronger clinical heritage compared to other stem designs.

 

3. Integra LifeSciences designed the system with Matthew Ramsey, MD; William Geissler, MD; Sanford Kunkel, MD; Jean-Marc Glasson, MD; Phillip Duke, MBBS; and Mark Ross, MBBS.

 

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