Exactech expanded its Truliant® Total Knee System with a new porous-coated implant option. Full launch of the Truliant Porous Knee supports surgeons who are interested in a non-cemented approach.
The Truliant Porous Knee enhances the company’s advanced material science platform with a solution that is designed to mimic the trabecular nature of cancellous bone with optimal pore size and porosity. The porous structures integrated into the implant design are designed to facilitate a durable bonding surface to allow for immediate and long-term biological fixation. Peripheral pegs allow for stable initial fixation while the channeled keel is designed with flutes to increase bony-implant engagement for increased stability and resistance to micromotion.
The Truliant Porous Knee integrates with the system’s ergonomically designed mechanical instrumentation and the ExactechGPS® TKA Pro application for a guided, personalized experience. The Truliant Total Knee System includes cruciate-retaining and posterior-stabilized implants, as well as constrained insert options, and integrates with a fully comprehensive revision system that offers metaphyseal cones, stems, tibial augments and offsets.