For surgeons who want to treat acetabular defects,1 Zimmer Biomet’s Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System (TMARS) is easy to use, durable, and utilizes proven Trabecular Metal Technology . With clinical history of 17+ years,2-4 it addresses the need for initial stability and long term biologic fixation. Our Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System allows surgeons to treat acetabular defects with confidence.
Easy to Use
The need for allograft preparation is virtually eliminated, saving precious surgical time. The Trabecular Metal Modular Acetabular Revision System (TMARS) has the flexibility to combine various size and style implants and augments for intraoperatively, enabling more efficient case management and execution in the O.R., relative to what other implant systems can offer.5-8 Important time savings is realized before and during surgery.
Use of the TMARS system eliminates the concern about graft vascularization and resorption and eventual collapse. This also eliminates the need for a future revision due to lack of graft incorporation. Use of TMARS alleviates concerns about disease transmission that may be caused by use of a donor graft. Additionally, Zimmer Biomet’s Trabecular Metal Technology offers a high coefficient of friction, which helps reduce micromotion . Its three-dimensional architecture provides for a high level of porosity and potential for osteoconductivity which allows for more rapid in-growth supporting a vascularized structure to maintain healthy bone . Its three-dimensional architecture Implant durability leads to longevity and reduced risk for future surgeries .
Revision cases from simple to extremely complex have been effectively treated with Trabecular Metal implants. The clinical success of Trabecular Metal Technology provides additional confidence ― confidence that rests on more than 17 years of clinical history, which has been documented in over 75 peer-reviewed journal publications.2-4