OSS™ Intramedullary (IM) Total Femoral Replacement System

The OSS Intramedullary (IM) Total Femoral Replacement System featuring the Arcos® Modular Femoral Revision System, allows the surgeon to maintain soft tissue attachment along the proximal and mid-shaft of the femur, while utilizing the expansive line of OSS distal femoral and Arcos® Modular Revision System cone body implants to address each patient’s specific needs.

  • Proximal compatibility with the Arcos Modular Revision System cone bodies
  • Multiple construct lengths available in 1 cm increments
  • May be used with any of the OSS RS or OSS standard distal femoral implants
  • Each Intramedullary (IM) total femoral rod features a 14 mm diameter allowing the rod to fit up the femoral shaft

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Biomet Orthopedics
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P.O. Box 587
Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA

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