Integra LifeSciences Launches Integra® Titan™ Reverse Shoulder System-S
The new glenoid baseplate was designed with advanced imaging analysis to improve fit and stability for patients of varying anatomy. In reverse shoulder arthroplasty, strong fixation in the patient’s bone is key for long-term success of the implant construct. The new RSS-S baseplate was designed to achieve immediate fixation with an independent central screw, and the porous-coated central post allows the patient’s bone to grow onto the implant to further maximize the potential for long-term fixation.
“We designed the Titan Reverse Shoulder System-S to leverage the latest data on glenoid morphology in various patient populations, while streamlining the instrumentation to improve the flow of each case,” said Dr.
“The Titan Reverse Shoulder System is the foundation of our shoulder portfolio and a key growth driver in our Extremity Orthopedics franchise,” said
The Titan Reverse Shoulder System-S was developed with the following industry thought leaders:
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