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Surgical Technique  E-IFU

Merete Müller Straight Stem

 

Proven prosthetic hip stem for cemented fixation – Standard and Lateral

The Müller Straight Stem is based on a design by Prof. Dr. med. Maurice E. Müller; its self-locking shape is based on a triangle principle. Its rectangular cross-section creates rotational stability. The stem’s flat design is suitable for almost any shape of femur.

Technical data
  • Cemented anchoring
  • Cone: 12/14
  • Sizes: 10 sizes
  • Lateral: 135° CCD angle
  • Materials: CoCrMo alloy or Vivium®* (CrNiMnMo alloy)

*Vivium® is a registered trademark of Merete GmbH (High Nitrogen Stainless Steel – ISO 5832-9)

FEATURES
  • Flat design
  • Suitable to almost all femoral shapes
  • For primary and revision surgeries
  • Standard and lateral
Indications
  • Advanced wear of the hip joint due to degenerative, post-traumatic or rheumatic diseases, including advanced avascular necrosis of the femoral head, which cannot be treated using conservative or joint-preserving surgical procedures
  • Revisions of previous surgeries (rejection of total hip endoprosthesis, hemiarthroplasty or osteosynthetic treatment of a fracture near the femoral head and osteotomies near the hip joint)
  • Hemiarthroplasty with unpromising femoral neck fractures to be treated by osteosynthesis

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Cemented, Hip-Surgery, Primär Endoprothetik, Stems