With over 50 years of clinical history, Exeter has demonstrated successful clinical performance1 in peer-reviewed medical journals and national joint registries2,3
In a 2016 study,1 long-term survivorship for aseptic loosening was 99% at 22.8 years follow-up in 350 patients.
In a 2020 study, 107 patients aged 50 years or younger who were implanted with an Exeter stem demonstrated 96.3% survivorship for aseptic loosening at a 21.6 year follow-up.
Backed by an active surgeon design panel and R&D team, the Exeter hip system continues to evolve to meet the demands of today’s surgeons. In late 2014, we launched three new 125mm short stems incorporating our SOMA database to optimise fit in the changing patient population,5,6 particularly for patients who have narrow Dorr type A femurs and high offsets.
Educational programmes include hands-on basic through advanced courses to assist with surgeons' learning objectives and professional development.
Exeter is a cobalt-free implant7 and features Orthinox forged stainless steel.
Exeter accommodates primary, revision and hip fracture cases with one implant and instrument system. The streamlined system helps promote operating room efficiencies by simplifying the training required for OR staff.
The wide range of stem sizes, offsets and length options in the Exeter system allows surgeons to intra-operatively restore a wide variety of patient anatomies with one hip system.
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