Conserving bone

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

  • Typically mid-neck resection, defined from the centre of rotation
  • Trochanter conserving, neck preserving and diaphyseal sparing
  • Promotes physiological loading(1)

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Preserving soft tissue

Tissue sparing with direct anterior approach

  • Ideally suited for use with a direct anterior approach
  • It follows natural anatomy by going ‘around the corner’ of the calcar
  • Specific instruments designed to assist with a direct anterior approach

Restoring biomechanics

A versatile stem for multiple anatomies

  • Neck resection preserves bone in the calcar region
  • Offset, leg length and CCD reproducibility(2)
  • Restores anteversion by retaining a portion of the femoral neck(3)

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References:

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Kreuzer S. 43rd annual advances in Arthroplasty care. Harvard 2013

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Resources

Product Videos

  • Elizabeth’s patient story

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  • Surgical Technique (MKII Instrumentation)

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  • Restoring biomechanics with MiniHip™

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  • MiniHip Key Features

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Product Information

  • Technical Summary

    Technical Summary

  • Product Overview

    Product Overview

  • MKI Surgical Technique

    MKI Surgical Technique

  • MKII Surgical Technique

    MKII Surgical Technique

  • Combined broaches Surgical Technique

    Combined broaches Surgical Technique

  • Evidence Base

    Evidence Base

  • Your hip - A guide for patients

    Your hip - A guide for patients

  • Instructions for use

    Instructions for use