archive-nz.com » NZ » S » SURGICO.CO.NZ

Total: 237

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Surgico
    to interpret the 3D bone structure data Secondly the surfaces and anatomy that they are trying reproduce are most often damaged distorted and diseased Finally the scans use boney references and NOT the cartilage surface anatomy which is the one you are trying to match with the implant In essence if you order a custom implant to resurface a diseased joint you get a non anatomic implant that may make matters worse Nothing is more anatomic than a Wave not even a Custom Lateral facetectomy patella placement Placing the patella in the right spot is crucial to tracking and function Some surgeons think the answer is to put a big patella into a big trochlear implant to force the patella to track This will cause premature wear possibly accelerate fem tib OA and it may limit motion and affect patient outcomes The inlay patella works great if you make sure it is placed more medially than lateral The best way to do this is to perform a facetectomy which means removing the lateral facet of the patella Then you place the implant centrally into the remaining patella which automatically puts it more medial Combining these two will provide better tracking less femoral ridge impingement and reduce or eliminate lateral subluxation The biggest error that docs make with an inlay patella is to put it in the middle of the patella which means it is too lateral see attached photo for patella implant placed centrally post fascetectomy Different sizes but only one curve other implants on the market essentially have one set of curves built into the implant and the only difference is the size This means that cannot reproduce normal tracking There are eight different curves with the Wave and 13 with the PF Classic so we have the most

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/athrosurface-pf-wave/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Surgico
    the Surgico Webstie Home Surgico Athrosurface PF Wave December 14 2015 posted in Arthrosurface by surgico med surgical Athrosurface PF Wave View PF Wave Video Last week Dr Schoettle and Miniaci presented amongst a group of the top PF surgeons in the world on the advantages of the PF Wave inlay technology Some pearls from their presentations Custom PF implants Many surgeons think custom implants are a great Schoettle pointed

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/tag/athrosurface/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • PEEK CF V-LoX Suture Anchors
    PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors Why pay for the disposal of more than one handle in a cuff labral repair With Parcus you can use one handle for multiple anchors The polymer used in our PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors is twice as strong as the PEEK used by other manufacturers and has mechanical characteristics much closer to cortical bone than either PLLA or Titanium What is Parcus PEEK CF Parcus Medical is the first to make implantable products using PEEK CF for the Sports Medicine industry PEEK CF is made of PEEK Optima by Invibio combined with 30 carbon fiber fill The compound is comprised of short carbon fibers that are dispersed within a PEEK Optima polymer matrix The polymer in PEEK CF encapsulates the carbon fibers The resulting material has enhanced physical strength nearly twice as much as natural PEEK and has mechanical characteristics much closer to cortical bone than natural PEEK PLLA or Titanium The added mechanical strength in PEEK CF plays a key role in addressing the challenges of insertion torque in screw in devices such as suture anchors and interference screws The PEEK CF Difference Strong and biocompatible Radiolucent less imaging artifact MR

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/parcus-peek-cf-v-lox-suture-anchors/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgico
    V LoX Suture Anchors October 5 2015 posted in Orthopaedics Parcus by surgico med surgical Introducing the Parcus PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors Why pay for the disposal of more than one handle in a cuff labral repair With Parcus you can use one handle for multiple anchors The polymer used in our PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors is twice as strong as the PEEK used by other

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/parcus/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgico
    Surgico Webstie Home Surgico Parcus PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors October 5 2015 posted in Orthopaedics Parcus by surgico med surgical Introducing the Parcus PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors Why pay for the disposal of more than one handle in a cuff labral repair With Parcus you can use one handle for multiple anchors The polymer used in our PEEK CF V LoX Suture Anchors is twice as

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/tag/anchors/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgico
    2015 Orthopaedics Perioperative Nurses Conferences 2015 Social Media by surgico med surgical The 42 nd Annual Conference of the The Surgico girls looking sharp Perioperative Nurses 24 th 26 th September 2015 THEME REFLECTION AND ACTION The venue was in Palmerston North at the Awapuni Race Course Angela Margaret and Murray travelled through the past and present of nursing Wearing uniforms to reflect this along with photographs through the years

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/42nd-annual-conference-perioperative-nurses/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgico
    Perioperative Nurses September 29 2015 posted in Conferences 2015 Orthopaedics Perioperative Nurses Conferences 2015 Social Media by surgico med surgical The 42nd Annual Conference of the Perioperative Nurses 24th 26th September 2015 THEME REFLECTION AND ACTION The venue was in Palmerston North at the Awapuni Race Course Angela Margaret and Murray travelled through the past and present of nursing Wearing uniforms to reflect this along with photographs through the years

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/conferences-2015/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Surgico
    of the Perioperative Nurses September 29 2015 posted in Conferences 2015 Orthopaedics Perioperative Nurses Conferences 2015 Social Media by surgico med surgical The 42nd Annual Conference of the Perioperative Nurses 24th 26th September 2015 THEME REFLECTION AND ACTION The venue was in Palmerston North at the Awapuni Race Course Angela Margaret and Murray travelled through the past and present of nursing Wearing uniforms to reflect this along with photographs through

    Original URL path: http://www.surgico.co.nz/perioperative-nurses-conferences-2015/ (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive