Comprehensive Segmental Revision System

With limited market options, the Comprehensive Segmental Revision System (SRS) provides simple solutions for complex cases. Based on innovative engineering the SRS is an all-inclusive system for proximal, distal and total humeral replacement, even in cases of bone loss due to tumor resection, making it truly cutting edge.

Benefits:

  • Intraoperative flexibility
    • Resection can be determined at the time of surgery
    • Use of standard components allows trials to be tested prior to implantation
    • Allows for backup options at the time of surgery
  • Simplified surgical technique
    • Minimized preoperative planning
    • Standardized instrumentation
  • Cost and inventory efficiency
    • Streamlined manufacturing process
    • Multi-system compatibility (Comprehensive Shoulder System, Bio-Modular Shoulder System and Discovery elbow)
    • Shoulder specific system for optimal sizing and fit
  • Optimal fixation and stability
    • Allows for cemented and press fit applications
    • Optional soft tissue reattachment sites
    • Porous coated components

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