The MobileLink Acetabular Cup System can be used with ceramic or UHMWPE inserts. UHMWPE inserts are available in X-LINKed and E-DUR (X-LINKed, Vit-E PE) versions. All UHMWPE inserts are available in a standard version and also with protection against luxation. The MobileLink Acetabular Cup System can be combined with modular offset and/or inclining casing/insert adapters (Face Changer). The adapters allow restoration of the anatomy in revision cases. In addition, the adapters permit the use of ceramic inserts in revision arthroplasties.
Features and advantages
Wide choice of sizes (Ø 42-80 mm)
Choice of latest materials, such as E-DUR® Polyethylene
Clinically proven rough TiCaP® Double Coating 2
Secure – triple fixated inserts
Unique technology of the Face Changer fixation1,3
50/36 mm – small outside, large inside
Color coding for efficient work flow
High flexibility, minimal stock holding
Simple instrument set and color coding for efficient surgical procedures
Casing/insert adapter (Face Changer) for anatomical reconstruction1
Variable options for placing bone screws 1
The cups of the MobileLink Acetabular Cup System have a TiCaP double coating. This TiCaP double coating combines a porous surface for primary fixation with our osteoconductive2 HX calcium phosphate coating. This combination is designed to give optimal primary stability and osseointegration.
Many years of experience with successful implant systems and a range of fixation concepts, together with state-of-the-art material and coating technologies, have gone into the development of this new acetabular cup system. The result is the versatile cementless MobileLink Acetabular Cup System. The MobileLink Acetabular Cup System comes in two different versions: A cluster-hole press-fit cup and a multi-hole press-fit cup.
Ullmark G, Sorensen J, Nilsson O. Analysis of bone formation on porous and calcium phosphate-coated acetabular cups: a randomised clinical [18F]fl uoride PET study. Hip international: the journal of clinical and experimental research on hip pathology and therapy. 2012;22(2):172-8.