Stryker Triathlon TS

Triathlon TS Knee Replacement System
Triathlon TS Knee Replacement System
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Triathlon TS Knee System

The Triathlon TS Knee System is designed to provide Triathlon performance in a streamlined revision procedure. (A revision system designed to provide stability without compromising performance.) The intuitive and evolutionary design is based on the worldwide clinical success of the Triathlon Primary system and millions of Stryker knee implantations. The Triathlon TS Knee System is designed to provide improved motion,1 better fit2 and the potential for greater implant longevity.3,4

The Triathlon TS Knee is an evolutionary design developed for mobility with stability through 135 degrees of flexion.5



Features & Benefits

The key features of the Triathlon TS Knee System include:

Improved Motion

Better Fit

Potential for Greater Implant Longevity

Intra-operative Flexibility

The proprietary instrumentation design also delivers intra-operative flexibility. The following features accommodate surgical preferences and help surgeons and staff adapt to multiple surgical realities:

OR Efficiency

The Triathlon TS knee system Instrumentation design team focused on identifying ways to increase the accuracy and simplicity of the surgical procedure, two variables that may affect OR efficiency. The features incorporated include:

Stryker Corporation or its divisions or other corporate affiliated entities own, use or have applied for the following trademark(s) or service mark(s): Triathlon, X3. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners or holders.

References

1. Stryker Test Report RD-06-013.

2. Hitt K, Shurman JR 2nd, Greene K,McCarthy J,Moskal J, Hoeman T,Mont MA. Anthropometric measurements of the human knee: correlation to the sizing of current knee arthroplasty systems. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2003;85-A Suppl 4:115-22.

3. Stryker Test Data RD-03-041 and RD-04-027.

4. Tsao, A.,Mintz, L., et al. Failure of the Porous-Coated Anatomic Prosthesis due to severe polyethylene wear JBJS vol. 75-A, No. 1 January 1993.

5. Stryker Test Report RD-07-025.

Motion:
Stryker Test Data RD-03-041 and RD-04-027

Better Fit:
Hitt, Kirby, et al. anthropometric Measurements for the Human Knee. Correlation to the Sizing of Current knee Arthroplasty Systems JBJS Vol. 85-A Sup. 4, 2003


Wear:

Stryker Orthopaedics Test Report RD-06-013.