Design history

Collarless, polished and double tapered implant that utilises a world-class stem design

  • 100% survivorship for aseptic loosening with follow-up ranging out to 15 years (1)
  • First introduced in 1995, it has remained unchanged with only minor enhancements to the extramedullary introducer holes
  • Based on biomechanical principles clinically proven over more than 40 years (2)
  • Excellent axial and rotational control during insertion
  • Intuitive in-line/axial stem introduction
  • Intra-operative choice of/transition between captive and semi-captive stem introduction which reduces the likelihood of cement void creation

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Recreation of biomechanics can be challenging but with the right system this can be easy and effective

  • Comprehensive range of 36, 38, 45 and 50mm offset stems
  • Lateral shoulder improves cement pressurisation, proximal visualisation and final stem position(3)
  • Highly-polished surface of the TaperFit™ stem is designed to greatly reduce the risk of micromotion-induced abrasion at the stem-cement interface


  1. Gill S, Hussain S, MacLeod J, Finlayson D. Hip Revisions: What Epidemic? The Survivorship of 1143 Corin TaperFit™ Stems; Raigmore Hospital, Inverness. Presented at the British Hip Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Manchester, March 2012.
  2. Ling RSM, Charity J, Lee AJC, Whitehouse SL, Timperley AJ, Gie GA. The long-term results of the original Exeter polished cemented femoral component – a follow-up report. J Arthroplasty 2009; Vol 24(4):511-7
  3. Ramos JL, Pandit HG, Edwards S, Grover ML. Lateral approach to the hip; does it predispose to malalignment of the femoral component in total hip arthroplasty? British Orthopaedic Association, Annual Congress 1999, Glasgow, Free Paper Session 16.

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