Signature Personalized Patient Care* with the Oxford Partial Knee
The most widely used and clinically proven partial knee system in the world1 is now combined with an industry leading image-based approach to personalized patient care.
The Signature system's partial knee application utilizes MRI imaging to provide a consistent three-dimensional data set of the patient’s anatomy to enhance efficiency, and simplify partial knee arthroplasty. The intuitive layout of the Signature Partial Knee Planning Software provides a multitude of preoperative visualization options to fine-tune implant size and position and generate Signature positioning guides.
Signature Partial Knee Planning Software
- Intuitive user interface and functionality
- Five bone views provide a multitude of visualisation options
- Transparent bone and/or implant views
- Allows for fine-tuning of femoral and tibial implant sizing and position
Surgeon-approved plans dictate the femoral and tibial positioning guide design
Femoral and Tibial Positioning Guides
In the creation of patient-matched instrumentation, Signature femoral and tibial positioning guides embody the preoperative surgical plan as the basis for establishing femoral and tibial instrument positioning.
- Incorporation of standard cutting blocks for intraoperative visualization and bone resections
- Tibial positioning guide provides captured slot for vertical cut
- Ability to adjust resection levels intraoperatively
- Integration of alignment instrumentation for verification
- Bone models, available for each case, represent the patient’s distinct femoral and tibial anatomy and provide the following preoperative and intraoperative features:
- Resection landmarks and values
- Resection lines (representing resection planes)
- Rotational axes of femur and tibia
- Guide registration area
*A collaborative partnership with Materialise N.V.
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- Price, A. and Svard, U. A Second Decade Lifetable Survival Analysis of the Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. Published Online 13 August 2010.