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  • Wednesday, 8/17/16

    Study Finds High Satisfaction Amongst Patients with iTotal® CR

    Study Finds High Satisfaction Amongst Patients with iTotal CR

    Interim results from an ongoing, multi-center, prospective study of iTotal® CR in the United States, in which more than 300 patients have been enrolled were presented at the 2016 ICJR Pan Pacific Orthopaedic Congress. As a part of this interim data analysis, researchers examined patient satisfaction after total knee replacement with the iTotal® CR and…

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  • Tuesday, 8/16/16

    New Multicenter Functional Outcomes Study of iTotal® CR vs. Off-the-Shelf Implants

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    In an update to an ongoing multi-center prospective study of 740 consecutively enrolled total knee replacement patients, those who received an iTotal® CR implant were significantly faster than patients with an off-the-shelf implant at completing three functional tests of daily living: walking, getting in and out of a chair and walking up and down stairs….

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  • Monday, 8/15/16

    Study: iTotal® CR Offers Potential for Economic Savings

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    In an independent, prospective, single-center investigator-initiated study of 62 total knee replacement patients in “fast track” surgeries, those who received an iTotal® CR had significantly better outcomes compared to patients who received a traditional “off-the-shelf” implant. Specifically, iTotal® CR patients had a significantly shorter length of stay than off-the-shelf patients (1.6 days vs. 2.7 days,…

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  • Tuesday, 12/9/14

    iUni® 2-Year Clinical Outcomes Data

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    At the 2014 ICJR Transatlantic Orthopaedic Congress new two-year clinical outcomes data for iUni was presented. The prospective, single-arm, multi-center study was designed to evaluate effectiveness and long-term survivability of the iUni system.

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