U-Motion II+

U-Motion II+™

Overview

U-Motion II+ Acetabular System utilizes the new Ti plasma spray plus (TPS Plus) coating technology to achieve a greater surface roughness (Ra). The rough surface of implant provides scratch fit for initial stability and has been shown to reduce micromotion, both effects contribute to long term fixation of the implant1,2.

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The one-piece Bipolar II™ Hip System assembly is available in precise, 1 mm increments to facilitate a precise acetabular fit that accommodates a wide range of patients. The system's anti-rotation design features an outer beveled lip that simplifies reduction and minimizes debris deposition resulting from cap-to-liner micromotion. Other notable design features include:

  • TPS Plus™ Surface Coating
    TPS Plus™ Surface Coating to Increase Surface Roughness Increase Surface Roughness
  • Optimized Head-to-Cup Ratio Provides Excellent ROM
    Larger head combined with 12/14 UTF taper stem system, allowing satisfied flexion range and eliminating impingement. Optimized Head-to-Cup Ratio Provides Excellent ROM
  • Simple Setting of Liner-Cup Assembly
    Simple Setting of Liner-Cup AssemblySimple Setting of Liner-Cup Assembly
  • High Screw Angulation
    Improving surgical flexibility without compromising cup fixation3. High Screw AngulationHigh Screw Angulation
  • Bearing Options: Metal and Ceramic on XPE Liner
    U-Motion II+ Acetabular System allows surgeons to select either metal on XPE or ceramic on XPE bearing option. Bearing Options: Metal and Ceramic on XPE LinerBearing Options: Metal and Ceramic on XPE Liner
  1. Jasty M et al. In vivo skeletal responses to porous-surfaced implants subjected to small induced motions. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1997 May;79(5):707-14.
  2. Feighan JE et al. The influence of surface-blasting on the incorporation of titanium-alloy implants in a rabbit intramedullary model. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1995 Sep;77(9):1380-95.
  3. Hsu JT et al. Effects of screw eccentricity on the initial stability of the acetabular cup. Int Orthop. 2007; 31: 451-55.

System Components

Available instruments for the Bipolar II™ Hip system include:
  • Bipolar Trial Handle
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  • Femoral Head Impactor
    Bipolar II System - Hip Replacement System
  • Head Remover
    Bipolar II System - Hip Replacement System
  • Modular, Space-saving Case