Stryker officially introduced the Tornier shoulder arthroplasty portfolio and launched its first new Tornier product, the Perform™ Humeral Stem.
Stryker completed its acquisition of Wright Medical/Tornier in late 2020.
Elevated by Blueprint™ planning software and the Perform anatomic and reverse glenoid, the new Tornier Perform Humeral Stem offers clinical solutions for the simplest to most complex shoulder arthroplasty cases. It is intended for use in anatomic, reverse and hemiarthroplasty of the shoulder. It also allows for conversion from an anatomic to a reverse shoulder prosthesis in the case of revision.
The Tornier Perform Humeral Stem was designed with four collar diameters and is available in multiple lengths to optimize humeral fit and give surgeons the power to perform and the options to choose. The focus on smaller stem options make it ideal for addressing smaller patient anatomies that present unique challenges.
The Tornier Perform Humeral Stem is compatible with the full line of standard and augmented Perform glenoid options—for anatomic and reversed procedures—to fit the patient’s anatomy.
Blueprint planning software allows surgeons to plan their Perform cases in advance and provides real-time virtual surgery for added confidence prior to stepping foot in the operating room.
“The Tornier shoulder arthroplasty portfolio will set Stryker apart in the shoulder market,” said Mike Panos, President of Stryker’s Trauma & Extremities division. “We are proud to offer surgeons one of the most robust, comprehensive product lines available. We’re delivering on our mission to make healthcare better—for surgeons and the patients they serve.”