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Mathys expands the established leggera portfolio with four new instruments
The medical technology company Mathys presents four new additions to its leggera portfolio
High precision and greater efficiency
The intuitive and ergonomic leggera instruments enable surgeons to carry out precise and efficient operations with implants in knee replacement surgery. The new optional instruments expand the leggera portfolio from Mathys and reinforce this philosophy.
For example, the balanSys Femur Rotation Bearings in two sizes enable simple and secure positioning of the Femoral Sizing and Rotation Guide – even in narrow space. The rotating balanSys Eminentia Shackle, on the other hand, can be used for varus/valgus adjustment in combination with the intramedullary tibia alignment. Finally, the balanSys Positioner for the RP Tibial Plateau assists when implanting the balanSys RP Tibial Plateau. As additions to the leggera portfolio, the four new instruments fit in the existing leggera trays and are offered optionally. All new additions are available from 14 June 2021.
The leggera portfolio: foundation for successful operations
Intuitive, efficient, precise – the foundation for successful implant operations in knee replacement surgery with leggera instruments. The Italian phrase ‘leggera’ means ‘light’ or ‘easy’, and – as the name suggests – the leggera instrument range from Mathys makes the work of operating surgeons easier. The instruments have been developed specifically for operations with balanSys BICONDYLAR implants, with a focus on handling that is as intuitive as possible. The ergonomic design also guarantees logical workflows, thereby supporting efficient prosthesis implantation. Another plus point of the leggera instruments is the precise settings, which facilitate reproducible results.
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