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New Studies Support Exactech’s Shoulder, Knee, Hip and Computer-Assisted Surgery Technologies

Exactech Innovations Presented at International Scientific Conference

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Oct. 18, 2018) – Exactech, a developer and producer of innovative implants, instrumentation and computer-assisted technologies for joint replacement surgery, announced today that 14 studies involving its knee, hip and shoulder joint replacement innovations and its ExactechGPS® guided personalized surgery system were recently featured at the 31st Congress of The International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (ISTA) in London, United Kingdom.

Studies featuring Exactech technologies included:

Shoulder Arthroplasty 

Effect of Screw Length and Screw Number on Reverse Shoulder Glenoid Fixation
Christopher Roche; Jose Yegres; Nick Stroud; Jennifer VanDeven; Thomas Wright; Pierre Henri Flurin; Joseph Zuckerman

Inter-Surgeon Variability in Using 3D Planning Software for Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: an Analysis of 360 Cases
Alexander Greene; Emilie Cheung; Sandrine Polakovic; Matthew Hamilton; Richard Jones; Ari Youderian; Thomas Wright; Paul Saadi; Joseph Zuckerman; Pierre Henri Flurin; Ira Parsons

Navigated vs. Non-Navigated Results of a CT Based Computer Assisted Shoulder Arthroplasty System in 30 Cadavers
Alexander Greene; Matthew Hamilton; Sandrine Polakovic; Nicole Mohajer; Ari Youderian; Thomas Wright; Ira Parsons; Paul Saadi; Emilie Cheung; Richard Jones

Inter-Surgeon Variability in Using 3D Planning Software for Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: an Analysis of 360 Cases
Alexander Greene; Emilie Cheung; Sandrine Polakovic; Matthew Hamilton; Richard Jones; Ari Youderian; Thomas Wright; Paul Saadi; Joseph Zuckerman; Pierre Henri Flurin; Ira Parsons

A New Quantitative Load Balancing Sensor for Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
Matthias Verstraete; Michael Conditt; Thomas Wright; Joseph Zuckerman; Ari Youderian; Ira Parsons; Richard Jones; Joseph Decerce; Gordon Goodchild; Alexander Greene; Christopher Roche


 

Knee Arthroplasty

Comprehensive Femoral Component Fit Assessment on Mediolateral Overhang and Sulcus Restoration
Yifei Dai; Georgios Papantonakis; Sjoerd Kolk; Danielle Beski; Laurent Angibaud

Coronal Laxity in Total Knee Arthroplasty: an Intraoperative Measurement
Yifei Dai; Amaury Jung; Guillaume Bras; David Liu

Improved Accuracy in Total Knee Arthroplasty by CAOS Enhanced Mechanical Instrumentation
Yifei Dai; James Huddleston; Matthew Rueff; Laurent Angibaud; Derek Amanatullah

Learning of a CAOS Enhanced Mechanical Instrument System for Total Knee Arthroplasty: A CUSUM Analysis
Yifei Dai; James Huddleston; Matthew Rueff; Laurent Angibaud; Derek Amanatullah

Learning Computer-Assisted Total Knee Arthroplasty: A CUSUM Analysis on Ten Surgeons
Yifei Dai; Guillaume Bras; Cyril Hamad

Compromise in Component Placement: A Comparison Between Symmetric and Anatomic Patellar Designs
Yifei Dai; Pierre Angibaud; H Morton Bertram


Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Wear Simulator Results of Vitamin E Blended Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene
Hilary Feskanin; Brady Barnes; Edmund Loftus; Nick Stroud

Early Clinical Outcomes of a Tapered Wedge Femoral Hip Stem
Matthew Peterson; Hilary Feskanin; Jeffery Pierson

Implant Fixation and Early Clinical Outcomes of a 3D-Printed Acetabular Cup
Matthew Peterson; Hilary Feskanin; Yassaman Najmabadi; Raymond Robinson

About ISTA

The International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (ISTA) is a nonprofit corporation whose goal is to promote public awareness, education and research, in arthroplasty. The means by which this purpose is achieved is through ISTA’s Annual Congress where emerging technologies are discussed between surgeons, engineers, and industry.

About Exactech

Based in Gainesville, Fla., Exactech develops and markets orthopaedic implant devices, related surgical instruments and biologic materials, as well as computer assistance and other Augmented OrthopaedicTM technologies to hospitals and physicians. The company manufactures many of its orthopaedic devices at its Gainesville facility. Exactech’s orthopaedic products are used in the restoration of bones and joints that have deteriorated as a result of injury or diseases such as arthritis. Exactech markets its products throughout the United States and in more than 30 markets in Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Pacific. Additional information about Exactech can be found at www.exac.com.

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