Accolade II is a tapered wedge stem that has been designed to fit more patients while accommodating a variety of surgical approaches.
Stryker Exeter Hips - more than 400 of them - were first implanted in 1970 at the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospital in Exeter, England. Survivorship today is 91.5 percent through 30 years.
Since 1999, orthopaedic surgeons have chosen Stryker’s Trident Acetabular System for its effectiveness and track record.
Stryker has designed the Dall-Miles cable to have the right balance of yield and fatigue strength by using unique materials and processes.
The Restoration Modular Revision Hip System combines successful designs with the latest technology to answer the many challenges of revision hip surgery.
The Stryker Orthopaedics® UHR® Universal Head is a leader among bipolar component designs.
The Modular Dual Mobility acetabulum from Stryker (MDM) complements the ADM system, but is based on the Trident or Tritanium uncemented acetabular shells.
The GMRS Proximal Femoral Components have over a decade of clinical history.
The Triathlon Knee is an evolutionary design developed to more closely reproduce natural knee motion, designed to provide mobility with stability through 150+ degrees of flexion.
The Triathlon TS Knee is an evolutionary design developed for mobility with stability through 135 degrees of flexion.