LMR Hip

LMR Hip
LMR Hip

LMR Hip

Simplicity is Primary

The complexity of Revision Hip Surgery requires simplified, customized choices.  Surgeons are faced with the additional challenges of implant removal and compromised bone stock, and a cumbersome implant system can complicate the surgery and be labor intensive.  The LMR Hip System provides a simplified and reproducible implant system to restore the normal biomechanics of the hip joint within two efficient trays, allowing surgeons to make simplicity their primary choice.

Proven performance

Since 1996, the LMR Hip has provided revision hip surgeons with the options in modularity, sizing, and implant positioning to reconstruct the most challenging hip revision procedures. Based on the proven concept of the Wagner revision hip, the LMR Hip further advances the tapered, fluted, grit-blasted Wagner design with modularity, new implant configurations, and streamlined instrumentation.


 

Ideal implant position

The 4-degree taper angle of the LMR Hip provides additional options for proximal implant positioning with the flexibility of a straight stem. The fluted distal stem can be placed in any 360-degree rotational position for the best reconstruction of the patient’s anatomy.


 

Modularity with maximum strength

One-piece, proximal body implants are available in 7 different implant lengths and used in lieu of proximal implant spacers. This one-piece implant design eliminates any additional source of implant fretting and maintains the highest possible implant strength.


 

Find the perfect fit

With 6 stem diameters and 7 different proximal body heights in both standard and lateral configurations, the LMR Hip has the sizing options to accommodate a wide range of bony defects and femoral anatomy. Streamlined instrumentation provides all the reamers, trials, and other necessary instruments for implantation in 2 consolidated instrument trays.


 

Rock solid distal fixation

The tapered distal stem, in combination with longitudinal stem fins, provides a self-locking fit with superior rotational stability for optimal primary fixation.

Materials that perform

Ti6AL4V, titanium alloy with a 2-micron to 3-micron grit-blasted surface finish provides a proven bone on-growth implant surface for secondary fixation.

A highly polished proximal body prevents or minimizes polyethylene debris generation from implant impingement.