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Arcos Revision System

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The Arcos Modular Femoral Revision System is a comprehensive femoral revision system that meets the demands of complex revision surgery by offering 117 proximal/distal combinations, multiples auxiliary fixation options and one simple instrumentation platform.

This system provides surgeons and O.R. staff customisation, surgical control, O.R. efficiency and reproducibility in a way that addresses patient and practice needs. 

Three proximal body options:

Arcos with BoneMaster


Five distal stem options:
STS (Splined Tapered Stem)
ETO (Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy)

Multiple surgical technique options:
Sterile field

One simple, easy to use instrumentation platform

Standard and high offset options reproduce various patient anatomies without lengthening the leg

Consistent sizing (1mm increments) for increased O.R. efficiency and accurate matching of the patient’s femur

Roller-hardened taper junction technology for greater fatigue strength and three times more strength in cantilever beam testing than non-roller hardened tapers1

Clinically proven PPS coating and BoneMaster hydroxyapatite allows for initial scratch-fit stability and biologic fixation 2-9

Flexibility of titanium allows for stress transfer to preserve cortical density10

*Pending 510(k) clearance, not available for sale in the United States

Related Products: BoneMaster

1. Data on file at Biomet. Bench test results not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.
2. Hozack, W. et al. Primary Cementless Hip Arthroplasty with a Titanium Plasma Sprayed Prosthesis. Clinical Othopaedics and Related Research. 333: 217-25, 1996.
3. Head, W. et al. A Titanium Cementless Calcar Replacement Prosthesis in Revision Surgery of the Femur: 13 Year Experience. Journal of Arthroplasty. 16(8): 183-7, 2001.
4. Head, W. et al. The Procimal Porous Coating Alternative for Primary Arthroplasty. Orthopedics. 22(9): 813-5, 1999.
5. Keisu, K. et al. Primary Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty in Octogenarians: Two to Eleven Year Follow-up. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 83: 359, 2001.
6. McLaunghlin, J. et al. Total Hip Arthroplasty in Young Patients. 8 to 13 Year Results Using an Uncemented Stem. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 373: 152-63, 2000.
7. Parvizi, J. et al. Prospective Matched-Pair Analysis of Hydroxyapatite-Coated and Uncoated Femoral Stems in Total Hip Arthroplasty. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 83: 783-6, 2004.
8. McLaughlin, J. et al. Total Hip Arthroplasty with an Uncemented Femoral Component. A Long Term study of the Taperloc Stem. Journal of Arthroplasty. 19(2): 151-6, 2004.
9. Meding, K. et al. Minimum Ten-Year Follow-up of a Straight-Stemmed, Plasma-Sprayed, Titanium-Alloy, Uncemented Femoral Component in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 86: 92-7, 2004
10. Musgrave, D. et al. Effects of Coronally Slotted Femoral Prosthesis on Cortical bone Strain. Journal of Arthroplasty. 12(6): 657-69, 1997.