Orthopedics

At MicroPort® Orthopedics, we are continually driven to leverage our extensive experience in orthopedics and 20 years of superior clinical results to improve patient outcomes and drive provider satisfaction across the globe.

Healthcare Professionals Orthopedics

Knee

The MicroPort® medial-pivot knee is uniquely engineered to reproduce a healthy knee’s stability and motion. The medial-pivot knee features a highly conforming medial side that results from a constant radius design, reproducing the natural function and stability of the ACL and PCL. With a stable, pivoting medial side and a lateral side that rolls forward or backward throughout flexion, the Evolution® Knee System is designed to feel and function like a natural knee.

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Knee

Hip

With over 50 years of clinical history, MicroPort® Orthopedics has extensive experience in all aspects of Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA). We offer a full range of acetabular systems and femoral stems in various styles and philosophies to complement our range of innovative tissue-sparing surgical approaches.

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Hips

MICROPORT® ORTHOPEDICS PRESCRIBING INFORMATION

http://ortho.microport.com/index.cfm/ifus/

PRECAUTIONS & DISCLAIMERS

Every patient is different, and individual results will vary. There are risks and recovery times associated with surgery.

REFERENCES

1. As compared to traditional surgery. Gofton W, Chow J, Olsen KD, Fitch DA. Thirty-day readmission rate and discharge status following hip arthroplasty using the supercapsular percutaneously-assisted total hip surgical technique. Int Orthop 2015;39:847–51.

2. Cassard X et al, Outpatient TKR – 30 days readmission rate and complications, Full Function Faster meeting, London, 2018.

3. As compared to traditional hip arthroplasty. AHRQ HCUPnet (2012) Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality H-CUPnet Database, ICD-9-CM Code 81.51 for United States in 2011. http://hcupnet.ahrq. gov/HCUPnet.jsp. Accessed 4 Sept 2014.

4. As compared to traditional hip arthroplasty. Pugely AJ, Callagham JJ, Martin CT, Cram P, Gao Y. Incidence of and risk factors for 30-day readmission following elective primary total joint arthroplasty: analysis from the ACS-NSQIP. J Arthroplast. 2013:28(9);1499–1504.