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Spierings Orthopaedics Develops Noviomagus Cup Resector

Spierings Orthopaedics has developed the new Noviomagus Cup Resector to remove uncemented acetabular cups in a safe, effective way. The resector minimizes acetabular bone loss at the bone/prosthesis interface, and comprises a shaft, wrench, head, bolt and a blade. The instrument is made of high quality stainless steel. Features include:

  • Minimal acetabular bone loss
  • Controlled cup removal
  • Reusable, hardened stainless steel blades
  • Wrench with a robust grip, which can be placed in six different positions
  • Eight sizes of starter and finisher blades, ranging from 46 to 60mm with 2mm increments
  • Three sizes of centering heads: 28 mm, 32 mm and 36 mm

Source: Spierings Orthopaedics B.V., image courtesy of Spierings

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