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Trinity™


Advanced bearing acetabular system

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A versatile acetabular system with advanced design features, proven clinical performance1,2,3 and a wide range of shells and bearings designed to provide a patient-matched solution.

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Trinity design features

Advanced design

Advanced design


The Trinity optimised taper is designed for easy, accurate liner insertion without the use of dedicated alignment instruments and to provide excellent liner security4.

A highly polished PRIME™ rim is designed to reduce psoas impingement and soft tissue irritation if full bone coverage cannot be achieved.

Trinity-i™ shells are designed for improved range of motion*5,6,7 and joint stability8.

*Compared to equivalent size standard Trinity shell
Stability

Stability


Trinity shells have a Titanium plasma spray coating providing a roughened surface and consistent press fit, keys to primary implant stability.

If required, strategically positioned screw holes provide the opportunity for supplementarty mechanical fixation.

Corin's biomimetic coating is tailored for rapid resorption9 and designed to promote long term stability.

 

 

Versatility

Versatility


Shells are available in various designs and are compatible with a wide range of high performance bearings, including ECiMa™ vitamin-E polyethylene and Trinity Dual Mobility, meaning different patient needs can be met with one system.

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

Clinical evidence

Clinical evidence


  • Current Trinity ODEP rating – Click here
  • Excellent clinical performance recorded in global joint registries 
References

References


  1. http://www.odep.org.uk.
  2. National Joint Registry 17th Annual Report 2020.
  3. Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry 20th Annual Report 2019.
  4. Data on file, Corin Group Ltd.
  5. Data on file. Corin Group. Ltd.
  6. Range of Motion and Stability in Total Hip Arthroplasty With 28-, 32-, 38-, and 44-mm Femoral Head Sizes. Burroughs, Brian; Hallstrom, Brian; Golladay, Gregory; Hoeffel, Daniel; Harris, William. February 2005The Journal of Arthroplasty 20(1):11-9. DOI: 10.1016/j.arth.2004.07.008 TY  - JOUR.
  7. Biomechanics of Large Femoral Heads What They Do and Don’t Do. Crowninshield, Roy D, PHD*; Maloney, William J, MD†; Wentz, Douglas H*; Humphrey, Steve M*; Blanchard, Cheryl R, PHD. Section Editor(s): Hanssen, Arlen D MD, Guest Editor Author Information Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®: December 2004 - Volume 429 - Issue - p 102-107. doi: 10.1097/01.blo.0000150117.42360.f9.
  8. Head size and dislocation rate in primary total hip arthroplasty. Somesh P Singh; Haresh P Bhalodiya. Indian J Orthop. 2013 Sep-Oct; 47(5): 443–448. doi: 10.4103/0019-5413.118198.
  9. Evaluation of implant fixation in an ovine model – Corin Professor W.R. Walsh Ph.D.
Resources

Resources

Product flyer

I1538 Trinity 2p flyer

Evidence base

I1608 Rev1 Trinity Evidence Base 002 Page 1

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Important information


Not all products are available or cleared for distribution in all markets. For more details please contact us.

** Trinity™ non ECiMa, excluding non-CAP coated cups = 7A*