The Noviomagus Cup Resector is designed to remove uncemented acetabular cups in a safe and effective way. The resector minimizes acetabular bone loss at the bone-prosthesis interface during cup removal. The Noviomagus Cup Resector comprises a shaft, wrench, head, bolt and a blade. The Instrument is made of high quality stainless steel which makes it an extremely durable device.
- Minimal acetabular bone loss.
- Controlled cup removal.
- Reusable, hardened stainless steel blades.
- Wrench with a robust grip, which can be placed in six different positions.
- Eight sizes of starter and finisher blades, ranging from 46 to 60 mm with 2 mm increments.
- Four sizes of centering heads: ø26 mm, ø28 mm, ø32 mm and ø36 mm.
REUSABLE HARDENED BLADES
The Noviomagus Cup Resector has eight different sizes op blades, ranging from 46 mm to 60 mm, with 2 mm increments. The blade size corresponds with the outside cup diameter. Each size has a starter and a finisher blade for cutting the bone-prosthesis interface in two stages. The blades are reusabe, easily interchangeable and made of hardened stainless steel.
The instrument has a modular design. During assembly a modular head, a modular blade and a wrench can be mounted on the shaft. The set comes with four heads of different size, for centering the instrument inside the cup. The heads are sized: ø26 mm, ø28 mm, ø32 mm and ø36 mm, which corresponds with the inside cup diameter.Once the inside and outside diameter of the cup has been determined, two instruments can be assembled. One shaft for the starter blade and one for the finisher blade. This eliminates the need for intra-operative blade change, saving valuable surgery time.
The shaft of the Noviomagus Cup Resector is designed to transfer the impaction force to the cutting edge of the blade instead of the centering head. This reduces the force needed for cutting the bone-prosthesis interface. The set comes with a detachable wrench which can be placed in six different positions. This enables the surgeon to place the wrench in the correct position for optimal torque application.
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