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Stryker Accolade II

Accolade II Stem
Accolade II Stem
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Accolade II

Accolade II is a tapered wedge stem that has been designed to fit more patients while accommodating a variety of surgical approaches.1,2* It is the first Morphometric Wedge design. This is characterized by a size specific medial curvature that fits a broad range of bone sizes and shapes found in today’s patient population.1,2* The demand for tapered wedge hip systems has increased substantially year after year3 and the average age of the total hip replacement recipient has been declining.4,10 Accolade II was designed to address this changing patient population through a proprietary technology called SOMA.1,2


Stryker Orthopaedics Modeling and Analytics system, or SOMA, is a proprietary population-based design environment that is changing the way implants are designed. SOMA features a large database of bone morphology – size, shape, density, and inner and outer cortical boundaries – drawn from diverse populations. It has powerful functionality with which to design, model, and analyze novel orthopedic devices. SOMA was fundamental in the development of the Accolade II Femoral Hip System.




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2. Wuestemann T, Bastian A, Schmidt W, Cedermark C, Parvizi J, Rothman R. A novel technique for studying proximal femoral bone morphology for hip implant design. 2010 ORS Poster# 2217

*fit based on 556 CT scans

3. Stryker Sales Data on File

4. Kurtz S, Lau E, Ong K, Zhao K, Kelly MP, Bozic KJ. Future Young Patient Demand for Primary and Revision Joint Replacement. CORR 2009; 467:2606-2612

5. Race A, Wuestemann, T, Collopy D. Comparison of the immediate post-operative

stability of a novel tapered hip stem to a predicate design. 2012 ORS Poster #1051

6. Lovell T, Hozack W, Kreuzer S, Merritt P, Nogler M, Puri L, Wuestemann T, Bastian A, Influence of Stem Length on the Insertion Path in THR. 2009 ORS Poster #2040

7. Stryker Internal Memo- Accolade TMZF Sales Data; August 2013.

8. David S. Casper, BS, Gregory K. Kim, MD, Camilo Restrepo, MD,

Javad Parvizi, MD, FRCS, and Richard H. Rothman, MD, PhD Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty With an Uncemented Femoral Component Five- to Nine-Year Results Journal of Arthroplasty Vol. 26 No. 6 2011.

9. Capello et al. Hydroxyapatite-coated Femoral Components – 15 Year Follow-up. CORR No. 45, 2006.

10. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Health, United States. 2010.