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Zimmer Biomet expands its knee replacement offerings with its new Persona Revisions Knee System by receiving FDA 510(k) consent. Through this system, Zimmer Biomet promotes that surgeons will now be able to provide a catered surgical approach to simple or complex procedures that are specific to the patient’s clinical needs.
The Persona Revisions Knee System tailors knee procedures by utilizing the organization’s proprietary Trabecular Metal Technology. Zimmer Biomet’s tantalum-based porous biomaterial caries structural, functional and physiological properties similar to bone and is the only tantalum-made material on the market. The organization’s Vivacit-E Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene (HXPE) is also incorporated into the instrumentation platform to increase optimal fit and function.
Market insight from iData Research has found that one of the main trends in this market is the continued shift towards personalized orthopedic solutions that fully adjust to the specific anatomical and clinical needs of each patient. With Zimmer Biomet focusing on providing tailored solutions with their proprietary products, it is expected to positively impact market growth overall.
Ivan Tornos, Zimmer Biomet’s group president of global orthopedics, states in a release that “Persona Revision completes Zimmer Biomet’s flagship Persona knee system and enhances our ecosystem of customer-centric solutions that address the needs of our customers and improve patient outcomes.” Tornos also adds that “the highly anticipated release of Persona revision provides surgeons with a full portfolio for the continuum of knee arthroplasty care and the ability to truly tailor an implant solution based on each patient’s unique requirements.”
Within the next few weeks, Zimmer Biomet’s Persona Revision Knee system will be launched in the United States.
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