System 8 handpieces have been ergonomically designed for a neutral wrist position and have textured areas for a firmer grip. Weight is optimally distributed for one-handed procedures.
System 8 handpieces’ high-capacity Li-ion cells provide consistent power during long and challenging procedures.*
*Stryker internal testing
With IPX9 rating, System 8 handpieces are built to be actively washed – allowing you to hold the handpiece under liquid during cleaning, prior to sterilisation.
By tracking the run time and usage data of yourhandpieces and SmartLiFE batteries, SORN canhelp you optimise the management of yourpowertools by providing a monthly healthstatus report on your investment.
Meet the System 8 family
Designed to deliver more of the long-lasting quality you want
|Single and Dual Trigger Rotary Drills|
|EZout Powered Acetabular Revision System|
|SABO Sagittal Saw|
System 8 covers a wide range of surgicalrequirements, with 4 dedicatedsolutions:
(C) Battery shelf-life
Intelligent power management provides up to a 30 day shelf life of the battery after completing a charge.
* All comparisons made are comparisons to previous generations of Stryker Powertools (System 7) Stryker internal testing on file.
Get the most out of your investment
SORN helps facilitate a proactive approach to device maintenance by tracking and reporting usage of your power tools.
SORN technology helps optimize the management of your System 8 Power Tools and helps improve uptime by enabling proactive maintenance.
SORN is available with ProCare Protect.
(1) Charge your power tool
(2) Data is transferred to Stryker
(3) Data is processed by Stryker
(4) Receive your monthly report
System 8 Portfolio
Meet our System 8 Family of Powertools below.
Pin and Wire Collets
The System 8 collet wedges are coated with thin dense chrome, reducing friction forces internally, and prevents the collet from being unable to disengage with the pin/wire.
Drill/Ream switch is built into the handpiece, reducing inventory and sterilisation tray.
Drive link interface
The drive link interface was designed for even distribution of the forces and significantly reduces the amount of wear. V-notch hooking system is designed for easier cleaning and better visualisation of the blade being fully seated.*
* In comparison to System 7
Performance Series Blades
Constant blade thickness improves overall cut accuracy by having optimal fit in the cutting block. Beveled Edges reduce the likelihood of soft-tissue damage as compared to non-beveled blades.**
** In comparison to Dual Cut blades.
Reduced wear debris2 and potential for tissue damage1 thanks to the stationary cartridge
The oscillating tip saw reduces noise and vibration, enhancing handpiece control for a more precise surgical experience.*
*Stryker internal testing
Allows for precise control
Precision Falcon Cartridges
Our latest evolution of the Stryker Precision Cartridges features an enhanced design and expanded line of Precision Falcon Cartridges for ankle, shoulder, hip and knee arthroplasty.
1 Demonstration of Saw Blade Accuracy and Excursion - A Cadaveric Comparison Study of Blade Types Used in Total Knee Arthroplasty; Robert J. Wetzel MD, Ritesh R. Shah MD, Lalit Puri MD, MBA; The Journal of Arthroplasty 28 (2013) 985-987
2 Reducing Metal Debris Generation During Knee Arthroplasty; S.E. Sydney, BEng; S.A. Pickering, MD, FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Orth); C.G.R. Bell, PhD; R. Crawford, MBBS, FRACS, DPhil(Oxon). Orthopedics. 2007; 30:999
Most often used to do the box cut of a PS Knee
The blades can be inserted in two different directions depending on surgeon choice.
Most often used to remove the femoral head during a THA
Only available powered acetabular revision system in the market
EZout provides predictable cut paths around implant
Controlled and precise cutting has shown improved results compared to manual cup revision tools1
Hemispherical acetabular cup removal
EZout is intended to cut bone and hard tissue around the bone-to-cup interface. The system incorporates a power tool (handpiece), attachment, plugs, riser rings, sizing equipment, and a variety of blades to aid in the removal of a hemispherical acetabular cup during revision of hip arthroplasty.
EZout vs. Manual Tools1
• Has shown less bone left on the acetabular cup after removal
• Less stress around the acetabulum during cup removal
• Decreased procedure time
1 A novel powered acetabular revision system versus manual osteotome: an in vitro comparison; L. Kwong, F. Billi, S. Keller, A. Kavanaugh, A. Luu, J. Ward, C. Salinas, W. Paprosky; Orthopaedic Proceedings Vol. 100-B, No. SUPP_4, Apr 2018
Designed for easy blade and blade guard loading.
Sternum Saw Blade Guard
Rotary handpiece for medium bone applications
Capable of delivering 93% more torque than our previous generation.*
* 5 different connections (Large AO, Hudson, ¼” Chuck, Hudson Modified, Trinkle)
Dedicated Micro Saw
A power tool designed for revision sternotomy done after a primary sternotomy, usually after significant scar tissue has formed.
Add flexibility to your budget.
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