Originality

  • Spherical posterior femoral condyles
  • Large contact area throughout the range of motion

Rotaglide+

Stability

  • Single flexion-extension axis reducing mid-flexion instability(1,2)
  • Rotating and translating tibial insert
  • Minimal polyethylene wear

History

  • First implanted in 1988
  • 94.7% survivorship at 18 years(3)
  • 96% survivorship in patients with average age of 50 years(4)

References:

  1. Mahoney OM, McClung CD, dela Rosa MA, Schmalzried TP. The effect of total knee arthroplasty design on extensor mechanism function. J Arthroplasty 2002 Jun;17(4):416-21.
  2. Wang H, Simpson KJ, Ferrara MS, Chamnongkich S, Kinsey T, Mahoney OM. Biomechanical differences exhibited during sit-to-stand between total knee arthroplasty designs of varying radii. J Arthroplasty 2006 Dec;21(8):1193-9.
  3. Metsovitis SR1, Ploumis AL, Chantzidis PT, Terzidis IP, Christodoulou AG, Dimitriou CG, Tsakonas AC. Rotaglide total knee arthroplasty: a long-term follow-up study. JBJS 2011 May, 4;93(9):878-84.
  4. Morgan M, Brooks S, Nelson RA. Total knee arthroplasty in young active patients using a highly congruent fully mobile prosthesis. J Arthroplasty 2007 Jun; 22(4):525-530.

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