Better Results in Knee Replacement
When measuring revision rates on National Joint Registry of England & Wales**
** The National Joint Registry of England and Wales. Annual Report 2010. Table 3.11 Based on mean Revision Rates at three years according to brands for knee replacement procedures undertaken between 1st April 2003 and 31st December 2009, which were linked to a HES/PEDW episode.Learn More
Stryker’s Triathlon® knee replacement is designed to work with the body, to promote easier motion1,2,3 and a study has shown the potential for a more rapid return to functional activities after surgery.3 Stryker engineers have studied the complexities of knee biomechanics and movement to create an implant that is designed to work more like a healthy knee.Learn More
The personal knee profile will help your surgeon better understand you and your needs. Once you fill it out, bring it to a Stryker surgeon to find out whether a Stryker Knee is right for you.Learn More
1. Ostermeier, S; Stukenborg-Colsman, C, Hannover Medical School (MHH) Hannover, Germany “Quadriceps force after TKA — a comparison between single and multiple radius designs”, Poster No. 2060 • 56th Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society.
2. Hitt, K., Harwin, S.F., Greene, K.A. Early Experience with a New Total Knee Implant: Maximizing Range of Motion and Function with Gender-Specific Sizing Orthopedic Surgery, Surgical Technology International, XVI.
3. Greene, K.A. Range of Motion: Early Results from the Triathlon® Knee System, Stryker Literature Ref # LSA56., 2005.