Aquilant Orthopaedics - LINK® C.F.P.® Total Hip System

LINK® C.F.P.® Total Hip System

The LINK® C.F.P.® Hip Stem and the T.O.P. Acetabular Cup System have been especially designed for the young, active patients.

These patients, due to their long life expectancy, would possibly suffer an above average loosening rate if implanted with a conventional prosthesis.

The C.F.P’s femoral neck preservation, combined with cementless fixation, provides stable load bearing implant anchorage, ensuring optimal conditions in the event of a future intervention.

Features of the C.F.P. Hip Stem:

• Preservation of the femoral neck

• Minimal Bone Removal

• Uncemented implantation with up to 87% prosthesis-to-bone contact

• Anatomical stem shape

• Built-in physiological ante version

• Collar allows reintroduction of physiological compressive forces into the femur

• Retention of the blood supply of femoral neck by preserving part of the branches of the circumflex

Arch Orthop Trauma Surg - 2011 April 131(4):549-55

Extract: "CFP (Collum Femoris Preserving) 6 year minimum follow up.

Overall surviavle rate of the cup (T.O.P Cup) was 100%.  

Overall survival rate of the femoral component was 98%.

This suggests favourable longterm results"

Supporting documents

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main cfp-cup-(2) (JPG)  - 9 Views

cfp-(3) (JPG)  - 9 Views

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Waldemar Link GmBh & Co. KG
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