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Smith and Nephew launches Redapt revision femoral system

16th November 2012

Smith and Nephew has announced the introduction of its new Redapt revision femoral system, which delivers personalised patient treatment options for the revision hip market.

The versatile device allows surgeons to recreate a patient's unique functionality with a high level of effectiveness, while quickly and easily addressing issues such as poor bone quality and proximal/distal mismatch.

Its unique and efficient surgical technique means the femoral canal and complete full hip range of motion tests can be prepared completely off its instrumentation, while its five available modular neck options allow for greater fine-tuning.

The device is available in proximally fluted and modular sleeved stem styles, both of which have been well-received by surgeons during pre-launch evaluations.

Gaurav Agarwal, general manager for Smith and Nephew's advanced surgical devices division, said: "Our goal was to create one system that surgeons could rely on for any type of revision from mild to severe."

Earlier this month, the company reported its financial results for the third quarter of 2012, during which it experienced one percent year-on-year growth on an underlying basis.ADNFCR-8000103-ID-801489529-ADNFCR

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