The MP Reconstruction System gives the surgeon the intraoperative flexibility and certainty1 that is essential for a successful revision procedure with pronounced bone loss. The system’s unique design has produced outstanding outcomes for decades.2, 3, 4
With just three instrument trays, the MP System enables a simple and fast surgery and a smooth process in five steps. The modular system gives the surgeon a high degree of flexibility in terms of adapting leg length, offset, and anteversion, independently of the distal cementless anchoring of the stem. This permits a quick and uncomplicated intraoperative response to the individual anatomy and defect.5
The stems in all six lengths have a 3° angulation, which facilitates following the anatomical curvature of the femur. The 2° tapered stem with peripheral longitudinal ribs gives outstanding stability in the femur, even with large proximal defects.2
The PowerLock toothed connection allows the stem length to be adjusted intraoperatively by means of spacers in 10 mm increments up to 30 mm for revision arthroplasties. The absence of a taper connection means that the stem length and also the anteversion and offset can be adjusted retrospectively without endangering the distal fixation of the stem.
Neck segments with varying offsets, CCD angles, and volumes, with and without suture holes, allow reconstruction of the proximal femur to be adapted according to the particular defect and anatomy.