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Orthopaedic Trauma and
Joint Replacement Solutions

Here at Medical Aid International we understand that an often under resourced side of healthcare is orthopaedics. Whether it be a broken leg, a hip or a knee replacement we have the solutions to provide affordable solutions alongside the logistic expertise to supply your needs. Our orthopaedics systems are fully modular to allow us you to tailor supply to your needs.

See here our Orthopaedic external fixation package combined with the Arbutus Orthopaedic drill system.

Trauma Implants and Instrumentation

From intramedullary nailing to a bone plate we have the solutions to Trauma surgery. A full range of Trauma implants and instrumentation is available alongside the logistical knowledge to supply and equip any size of institution. Our systems are modular, allowing us to specifically tailor to your hospital requirements – large or small.

Signature Orthopaedics Hips and Knees

Signature Evolve™ stem

The Signature Evolve™ stem is manufactured from high nitrogen stainless steel. The highly polished double taper design helps to create compressive radial loading, within the cement mantle and reduce friction between cement and implant.

The system has 4 different offsets (35mm, 37.5mm, 44mm, 50mm) with 2 to 4 stem sizes per offset. This combination of offsets/sizes and collarless design, allows the surgeon to adjust hip offset and leg length independent of each other.

It has a 12/14 taper connection for easy adaption to multiple head and taper sleeve options. The PMMA distal centraliser reduces point loading of the stem onto the cement, while allowing distal migration of the stem within the cement mantle.

Based on a proven design philosophy and well-known size range, the Evolve™ system can be used to treat a wide range of hip anatomies.

Signature Logical Cups

The Signature Orthopaedics Logical™ system is a modular cup system which offers a wide range of cup, fixation and bearing options for maximum intraoperative flexibility*.

The cup is manufactured from titanium alloy and coated with state of the art coating technologies to promote biological cementless fixation. The cups are available in no hole, 3 hole and multi-hole options. Cups may be used with the wide range of crosslinked polyethylene liners, including hooded, lateralised and constrained variants. Ceramic liner options are also available in BIOLOX delta material*.

The Logical™ cup is supported by its own optimised Logical instrument system. The Logical instrument set is comprised of two trays for a streamlined and efficient instrument set. The primary tray contains all of the common base instruments needed for every procedure. The secondary tray serves as an ancillary case that is required only for very small and large statured patients.

Signature World Knee

The Signature Orthopaedics World Knee™ is a versatile and adaptable knee system designed for flexibility and ease of use in a variety of markets. The system offers femoral and tibial combinations in cruciate retaining, posterior stabilising, and medial pivot and is offered in nine sizes of femur and nine sizes of tibia. The innovative femur/bearing/tibia interface allows for greater interchangeability between components to allow never before seen flexibility across the size range. Femoral options are then further enhanced with symmetrical PS versions along with the asymmetrical femurs which are cross-compatible with all metal-backed and all-poly PS and CR bearing options. Femoral and tibial components are offered in cobalt chrome, and bearing options in highly crosslinked polyethylene. Polyethylene bearings are available in insert thicknesses from 10mm to 13mm in 1mm increments, and 15mm and 17mm for all nine sizes.

The World Knee™ instrumentation has been developed to be intuitive and flexible to accommodate a wide range of surgical techniques and preferences. While being versatile, the innovative instrumentation has been designed to be as space and weight efficient as possible with the core system consisting of a single tray. The instrumentation is then extensible to allow tailoring to surgeon preference.