Equinoxe ® Reverse System

Infinite possibilities
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Equinoxe ® Reverse System

Infinite possibilities
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Equinoxe ® Reverse System

Its components build off the Equinoxe anatomic and fracture humeral stems, which provides intra-operative flexibility and enables surgeons to convert a well-fixed stem to a reverse without stem removal.

The new Humeral Reconstruction Prosthesis offers flexibility for complex humeral reconstruction cases.

Exactech Equinoxe Shoulder Reverse System. Provides intra-operative flexibility and enables surgeons to convert a well-fixed stem to a reverse without stem removal.
Exactech Equinoxe Shoulder Reverse System. Superior and posterior augments are available.

Glenoid Solutions

The Equinoxe system also offers a wide range of glenoid solutions, designed for challenging bony defects.

They are designed to preserve bone1 and avoid medializing the joint line by building up the eroded side rather than reaming to correct the deficiency. The baseplates feature an anatomic shape with six screw hole options and an innovative bone cage that provides initial and biologic fixation2-4. Superior and posterior augments are available.

Reverse biomechanics: Right from the start

The Equinoxe system is designed to lateralize the humerus to create a more anatomic deltoid wrap (which aids stability) and better tension the remaining cuff (to improve active rotation).5-6

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References
References
  1. Roche, C. et al. Computer Assessment of Scapula Cortical and Cancellous Bone Removal when Correcting a Posterior Defect Using 3 Different Glenoid Prosthesis Designs. Trans. of the 59th Annual ORS Meeting. 2013.
  2. Roche, C. et al. Impact of Scapular Notching on Reverse Shoulder Glenoid Fixation. Trans. of the 59th Annual ORS Meeting. 2013.
  3. Roche, C. et al. A Comparison of Glenoid Fixation using Two Different Reverse Shoulder Designs with an Equivalent Center of Rotation in a Low and High Density Bone Substitute. Trans. of the 59th Annual ORS Meeting. 2013.
  4. Data on file at Exactech. TS-2011-035 University of New South Wales Test Report: Assessment of Fixation of a Noncemented Tapered Peg in an Ovine Model at 12 and 26 Weeks.*
  5. Flurin, PH. et al. Comparison of Outcomes Using Anatomic and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty. Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Diseases. 2013; Vol 71, Supp 2.
  6. Roche, C. et al. Impact of Inferior Glenoid Tilt, Humeral Retroversion And Bone Grafting on Muscle Length and Deltoid Wrapping in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Diseases. 71(4):284-93. 2013.

* These are the results of the cited studies. Individual results may vary. In vitro (bench) test results or laboratory testing may not necessarily be predictive of clinical performance.

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