CORAIL® Total Hip System

With more than 2 million stems1 provided for patients worldwide and thirty years of clinical heritage, the CORAIL® Total Hip System now has the most extensive experience with a hydroxyapatite (HA) coated stem. Combining basic design features including shape, surface finish and extensive hydroxyapatite coating, with a simple compaction broach-only surgical technique, the CORAIL Total Hip System has demonstrated reproducible results and long-term biomechanical joint restoration. 

CORAIL® Total Hip System

Features & Benefits

  • Collared Stem Option

    Collared Stem Option

    Collared stems are available in both standard and coxa vara offset. The collar is designed to provide advantages in the early stability of the implant, allowing for earlier post-operative weight bearing, protection against subsidence, and a positive dispersion of the vertical forces via the collar into the medial calcar2,3.

  • Stepped Geometry

    Stepped Geometry

    The Stepped Geometry of the CORAIL Stem is designed to minimize shear forces and maximize compression loading in host cancellous bone.

  • Multiple Offset Options

    Multiple Offset Options

    The CORAIL Stem offers standard and high offset options which can enable femoral offset restoration and soft tissue tensioning. The CORAIL Stem also offers a coxa vara neck option which provides an additional option for varus neck angled patients.

  • Compaction Broaching

    Compaction Broaching

    The CORAIL Stem utilizes compaction broaching, aimed to preserve the blood supply to promote healing and growth of bone around the implant. 97% Implant Survivorship has been documented in 5.456 cases at 15 years4.

References

1. TSM Report, CORAIL WW implantations YTD, 1986 - 2017.
2. H. Strom, O. Nilsson, J. Milbrink, et al. The effect of early weight bearing on migration pattern of the uncemented CLS stem in total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty, 22 (2007), p. 1122
3. Demey G, Fary C, Lustig S, Neyret P, Aït si Selmi T. Does a Collar Improve the Immediate Stability of Uncemented Femoral Hip Stems in Total Hip Arthroplasty? A Bilateral Comparative Cadaver Study. J Arthroplasty 26 (2011), No.8, p. 1549
4. Hallan G, Lie SA, Furnes O, Engesaeter LB, Vollset SE, Havelin L. Medium and long-term performance of 11,516 uncemented primary femoral stems from the Norwegian arthroplasty register. J. Bone Joint Surg. 2007; 89-B: 1574-1580

Indication Statement

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

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