ATTUNE® Revision Knee System

The ATTUNE® Revision Knee System is a comprehensive revision system that integrates the STABILITY IN MOTION™ that is a hallmark of the primary ATTUNE Knee System with proprietary design features to address key challenges in revision knee arthroplasty. Available with fixed bearing or rotating platform technology, the ATTUNE Revision Knee System is designed to enable surgeons to manage a broad range of complex primary and revision knee procedures.

ATTUNE® Revision Knee System

Features & Benefits

ATTUNE GRADIUS™ Curve

ATTUNE GRADIUS™ Curve

The ATTUNE Revision Femoral Component utilizes the gradually reducing radius, the ATTUNE GRADIUS Curve, similar to ATTUNE Primary Posterior Stabilized (PS) Femoral Component to provide stability through range of motion.1,2,3

SOFCAM™ Contact

SOFCAM™ Contact

The GLIDERIGHT Articulation encompasses a trochlear groove designed to accommodate patient variation and soft tissue interaction, and patella components designed to assist with patella tracking while maintaining bone coverage.

GLIDERIGHT™

GLIDERIGHT™

The Revision Femoral Component with a Revision or PS Tibial Insert has taken into account the advantages of the SOFCAM® Contact, designed to provide controlled engagement of the Cam to the Tibial Spine for a smooth transition from condylar control to Cam and Spine control, while considering the requirements for constraint in the Revision construct throughout the range of motion.4

LOGICLOCK™ Tibial Base

LOGICLOCK™ Tibial Base

The LOGICLOCK Fixed Bearing Tibial Base has a patented central locking design that provides architecture for the system that optimizes kinematics, while reducing backside micromotion to the lowest reported levels in the industry.5

Optimized Workflow

Optimized Workflow

The ATTUNE Revision Instruments combined with efficient work flows are designed to enable surgeons to manage a broad range of complex primary and revision knee procedures.

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Supporting Documentation

Knee System Educational Materials

References

1. Clary, C.W., Fitzpatrick, C.K., Maletsky, L.P., Rullkoetter, P.J. (2012). Improving dynamic mid-stance stability: an experimental and finite element study. Orthopaedic Research Society.Poster Number 1044, San Francisco, CA.
2. Fitzpatrick CK, Clary CW, Rullkoetter PJ. The influence of design on TKR mechanics during activities of daily living. ORS Annual Meeting. 2012 February; Poster 2034.
3. Clary CW, Fitzpatrick CK, Maletsky LP, Rullkoetter PJ. The influence of total knee arthroplasty geometry on mid-flexion stability: an experimental and finite element study. Journal of Biomechanics. 201; 46: 1351-1357.
4. Shalhoub, S., Fitzwater, F., Dickinson, M., Clary, C., Maletsky, L. Quantifying the Change in Tibiofemoral Kinematics Between Primary and Revision Total Knee Arthroplastly Inserts. International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (ISTA) Annual Meeting. 2016. Poster # 4730.
5. Leisinger S, Hazebrouck S, Deffenbaugh D, Heldreth M. Advanced fixed bearing TKA locking mechanism minimizes backside micromotion. International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty (ISTA) Annual Meeting. 2011. Poster # 86.

Indication Statement

For product details such as indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions please consult the IFU.

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