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7 radii of curvature manages patellofemoral contact and controls femoral
rollback and flexion eliminating mid-flexion dead spot. Designed to
permit full flexion up to 155 degrees
Thin anterior flange, minimal posterior condylar resection and low profile
box aid in bone conservation
Multiple size options that feature dynamically proportioned M/L and A/P
femoral components in CR and PS options
Deep anterior patellar cut-out allows for tendon clearance during deep
Insert options include posterior stabilized (PS), cruciate retaining (CR),
ultracongruent (UC) and all-poly
5 points of peripheral locking ensure security and reduce potential
Universal baseplate accommodates left and right sides as well as CR, PS
Form follows Function
The articular surface of the Freedom femoral components were designed to mimic anatomical knee function.
As flexion increases, the radius of the curvature in the sagittal plane must change to accommodate more or less rollback over the available surface.
Example of Femoral Rollback
8.5-year published results conclude optimum
TKA performance without:
patient loss to follow-up
related complications or component failure
deterioration of the prosthetic composite
Durbhakula S, Durbhakula V, Durbhakula N, Restoration of Femoral condylar Anatomy for Achieving Optimum Functional Expectations
Continuation of an Earlier Study at 5-Year Minimum Follow-Up. JSIRF, 2019, Vol 9
Your Outpatient Surgical Solution
Quick Tray™, single tray instrument system, customized to your surgical instrument preferences.
Patient-matched, just-in-time inventory eliminates on-site storage
Everything you need for one case in one tote
Over 60% projected processing cost savings
Mhlaba, et al: Surgical Instrumentation: The True Cost of Instrument Trays and a Potential Strategy for Optimization. J Am Coll Surg, 219(4):646-655, 2014