The Game-Changer
in Revision TKA

CONCEPT
YOUR TOTAL KNEE REVISION PERSONALIZED SOLUTION

Exploiting our more than ten years experience in Patient Specific Instrumentation and our will to move orthopedic market to the concept of Personalized Medicine, we have been able to design a unique set of patient-matched guides to be used in Total Knee Revision surgeries: MyKnee R!
MyKnee R is a set of pin-positioner guides designed to fit directly on any total knee implant in situ and to guide the surgeon in positioning a Medacta total knee prosthesis, ranging from the GMK Sphere to the GMK Revision and GMK Hinge. This solution adds the benefits of MyKnee technology to Revision TKA:

 


 

 

“There is nothing better than being able to rely on a patient-specific solution for each kind of knee surgery. Medacta has a more than ten years experience in the patient-specific solutions and I think that the MyKnee R is a great addition to this range of options. Thanks to the 3D preoperative planning tool and the possibility to accurately and quickly replicate it during the surgery with the 3D-printed guides, every surgeon can easily achieve conservative bone cuts, no-to-minimal alteration of the joint line and an optimized alignment of revision implant components also when revising failed total knee implants."

Dr. León Muñoz Vicente - Murcia, Spain

PUBLICATIONS

Dr Vicente J. León-Muñoz is a very experienced surgeon in revision TKA. He has been one of the designers of MyKnee R and in his published paper[1] he has described the following advantages:

  • Facilitated and conservative bony cuts for optimal implant placement and no-to-minimal alteration of the femoral and the tibial joint line.
  • Optimized alignment of revision implant components in the coronal, sagittal and transverse planes, thanks to the 3D preoperative webplanner.
  • Reduction of unexpected complications during surgery thanks to a patient-specific approach.

 

Vicente J. León-Muñoz  et al. Revision of total knee arthroplasty with the use of patient-specific instruments: an alternative surgical technique, Expert Review of Medical Devices (2020) DOI: 10.1080/17434440.2020.1803737

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