The iDuo G2 bicompartmental knee replacement is designed for patients with arthritic damage or worn cartilage affecting one of the tibiofemoral compartments and the patellofemoral compartment.
- Available for the patellofemoral and medial or lateral compartments
- Preserves bone and cartilage in unaffected compartments and future surgical options
- Preserves anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments, helping to maintain knee kinematics
- Precise, anatomic fit to ensure ROM without impingement or overhang
- Complete cortical rim coverage to reduce risk of tibial implant subsidence and loosening
- Disposable, patient-specific iJig® instrumentation with built-in image guidance
- Simple, reproducible surgical technique
- Potential for less post-operative pain and shorter post-operative recovery time
The iDuo G2 is a bicompartmental knee repair system designed for patients with osteoarthritic damage limited to either the medial or lateral compartment plus the patellofemoral compartment located behind the knee cap.The ConforMIS iDuo Bicompartmental Knee Repair System (iDuo KRS) is intended for use in patients with severe knee joint pain and disability whose conditions cannot be solely addressed by the use of a prosthetic device that treats only a single knee compartment, such as unicondylar or patellofemoral prosthesis. The indications for use including restoring joint function and relief of pain due to:
- painful joint disease due to osteoarthritis, traumatic arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis of the knee,
- post traumatic loss of joint function
- failed osteotomies, hemiarthroplasties, and unicondylar implants.
This implant is intended for cemented use only.
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