3D-printed hip implants customized for each case
For an operation as vital to a patient’s everyday life as a hip implant, it makes sense to get the job done right first time. Unfortunately, patients with non-standard bone loss are often condemned to multiple surgeries, which can be avoided.
For challenging bone defects, an aMace patient-specific implant is the best way to match the medical considerations with the complex mechanical requirements of such an important moving part in the human body.
It all starts with your CT scan. This allows the operation to be properly planned, right down to finding the best fixation points.
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Materialise aMace solutions follow a simple process:
"I decided to use aMace Integrated for one of my patients, because I had no alternative options that made sense. The major benefit is the preoperative planning and defect analysis that really prepares one for surgery. No surprises during surgery is great! The difference to off-the-shelf products is that aMace Integrated is customized to the defect instead of customizing a defect to the implant. My first case has 6 years follow up and he is still doing great!"
- Dr. Maarten Spruit, Sint-Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Turn your pre-operative plans into reality quickly and easily with SurgiCase.
SurgiCase is a complete planning and communication platform. Clinical teams can upload, plan and collaborate on your cases, in one easy-to-use, secure, online location.
For every case, see the full spectrum online in 3D: the patient's anatomy and acetabular components, cross-sections and slices, measurements, proposed implant design and screw planning. Zoom in and out, rotate and see all details on your screen in 3D.
How do I get SurgiCase?
A specialist in your region will get in touch to discuss the specific needs of your hospital or medical device company.
The aforementioned products are not commercially available in the US and Canada.
Materialise fully acquired the company Mobelife (which introduced the aMace Acetabular Revision System) in 2015.