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MiniHip™ system with Trinity acetabular bearings

MiniHip™


Preserving natural anatomy and restoring patient biomechanics

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Today’s conventional hip implants were designed for yesterday’s patient. Are we being conservative enough for today's patients? With clinically proven results1, MiniHip is designed to enable the restoration of multiple anatomies and is an ideal solution for active patients.

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Conserving bone

Conserving bone


MiniHip is designed to provide the bone preserving benefits of hip resurfacing with the stability of traditional total hip replacement2.

With MiniHip, typically a mid-neck resection is defined from the centre of rotation resulting in:

  • Trochanter conservation
  • Neck preservation
  • Diaphyseal sparing

MiniHip aims to preserve significantly more bone stock in the femoral neck, helping promote more natural, physiological loading3.

Preserving soft tissue

Preserving soft tissue


Although suitable for all approaches, the MiniHip stem shape allows it to be implanted via the Direct Anterior Approach and thus is designed to be less invasive to soft tissues.

It follows natural anatomy by going ‘around the corner’ of the calcar.

Specialised DAA instrumentation can be used in conjunction with the MiniHip system to implant via minimally invasive procedures – DAA specialised table is also available.

Restoring biomechanics

Restoring biomechanics


The size and shape of the stem, coupled with the retention of the femoral neck enables restoration of the biomechanics of multiple anatomies:

  • Neck resection preserves bone in the calcar region.
  • Offset, leg length and CCD reproducibility4.
  • Restores anteversion by retaining a portion of the femoral neck5.

Select MiniHip during preoperative planning of THAs using Corin OPS™ for a patient-specific, optimised plan and solution.

References

References


  1. Data on File. Corin Group Ltd.
  2. Lars V von Engelhardt, Andreas Breil-Wirth, Christian Kothny, Jörn Bengt Seeger, Christian Grasselli, Joerg Jerosch. Long-term results of an anatomically implanted hip arthroplasty with a short stem prosthesis (MiniHipTM). World Journal of Orthopedics, 2018 October 18; 9(10): 210-219.
  3. Simpson D, Yeoman M, Lowry C, Cizinauskas A, Vincent G, Jerosch J, Collins S. Load transfer into the proximal femur: why short stems are more advantageous with respect to the mechanical environment. ISB 2011 Brussels.
  4. Reproduction of the anatomy (offset, CCD and leg length) with a modern short stem hip design - a radiological study. Authors Jerosch J, Grasselli C, Kothny PC, Litzkow D, Hennecke T - Publication Research Deutscher Arzte-varlag, OUP, 2012.
  5. Kreuzer S. 43rd Annual Advances in Arthroplasty Care. Harvard 2013.

 

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