Mini Compress Humeral Device

Designed to replace the proximal or distal humerus in cases of severe bone loss, the Mini Compress device exemplifies Wolff’s Law – the principle that bone, when stressed, remodels to become stronger through dynamic bone compression.


  • Creates a stable, high-pressure bone-implant interface for biologic fixation 1-3 and helps to prevent stress shielding
  • Proximal or distal segmental humeral option
  • Enhances biologic fixation at the bone-implant interface1-3
  • Short Mini Compress device offering requires only 45mm of canal for placement*
  • Standard Mini Compress device offering requires only 90mm of canal for placement*
  • Both Short and Standard Mini Compress spindles are offered in 25mm and 30mm diameters

*Particularly advantageous in severe bone loss cases.


  1. Avedian, R. et al. Effect of Chemotherapy on Initial Compressive Osseointegration of Tumor Endoprostheses.  Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research.  459: 48-53, 2007.
  2. Bini, S. et al.  Compliant Prestress Fixation in Tumor Prostheses: Interface Retrieval Data.  Orthopedics. 23(7): 707 – 12, 2000.
  3. Martin, D.  et al.  Spring Pre-stress Fixation for Segmental Bone Replacement.  39th Annual Meeting, Orthopaedic Research Society, Feb. 15-18, 1993.  San Francisco, CA; Animal Testing is not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

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