TRUMATCH® Personalized Solutions Shoulder System

Accurate glenoid implant positioning is a prerequisite for a good clinical outcome of shoulder arthroplasty.1 TRUMATCH® Personalized Solutions Shoulder System virtually aligns the implant specifically to the patient’s anatomy by preoperatively positioning the implant, allowing accurate implant positioning according to preoperative planning.2

The TRUMATCH® Personalized Solutions Shoulder System is intended to be used as a surgical instrument to assist in the intra-operative positioning of glenoid components used with anatomic and reverse shoulder arthroplasty by referencing anatomic landmarks of the shoulder that are identifiable on pre-operative CT-imaging scans.

TRUMATCH® Personalized Solutions Shoulder System

Features & Benefits

  • TRUMATCH Personalized Solutions Shoulder System

    K-wire Cylinder

    Facilitates the planned center hole drilling when using the 2.5mm glenoid pin.

  • Push or Directional Handle

    Provides haptic or “sensorial touch” feedback and guide seating stability.

  • Coracoid Clip

    Grips on to the base of coracoid.

  • Patient Specific Guide Identifier

    Alphanumeric code that links the guide to the patient case.

  • Labrum Offset

    Bridges between the coracoid clip and the lateral body of the guide to prevent soft tissue interference at the antero-superior border of the glenoid surface.

  • Fixation k-Wire Hole

    Provides the option to pin a k-wire (diameter between 1.0mm and 1.5mm) for added guide stability during drilling.

Supporting Documentation

Resources

References

1 Iannotti JP, Spencer EE, Winter U et al (2005) Prosthetic positioning in total shoulder arthroplasty. J Shoulder Elb Surg Am Shoulder Elb Surg Al 14:111S–121S.
2 HW-SG4-55900AB-verBCadaver_lab_report_DPS (Data on file with Materialise NV)

Indication Statement

TRUMATCH Personalized Solutions Shoulder System is a product of Materialise NV.

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

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