GENUS FB cementless tibial tray Ti-Por+HA coated - Coated knee tibia prosthesis

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Adler Ortho Australia Pty Ltd - GENUS FB cementless tibial tray Ti-Por+HA coated - Coated knee tibia


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Adler Ortho Australia Pty Ltd

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PO Box 1770,Capalaba, QLD, 4157


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Medical Device Class III



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- Breaching conditions of the inclusion related to the device of the kind may lead to suspension or cancellation of the ARTG entry; may be a criminal

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1. GENUS FB cementless tibial tray Ti-Por+HA coated - Coated knee tibia prosthesis

Product Type

Single Device Product

Effective date



34198 Coated knee tibia prosthesis

Functional description

Ti6Al4V with porous titanium & HA coating. A fixed-bearing tibial component showing a non-anatomical

shape and a keel to be anchored to the bone. Keel features 2 delta-shaped wings. Central part is

truncated cone-shaped to anchor tibial stems. Locking system for tibial insert - step to be coupled to

flexible clips located in the anterior part of tibial insert; posterior part, stair to be coupled with a groove

located at the base of tibial insert avoids detachment of components.

Intended purpose

A tibial component of a tricompartmental fixed-bearing prosthesis to be used in PCL (Posterior Cruciate

Ligament) retaining/sacrificing TKR (Total Knee Replacement) for primary and revision surgery. Main


- Primary and secondary arthrosis

- Rheumatoid arthritis

- Bone necrosis

- Revisions, where other devices or treatments have failed

Variant information

Size 1-7

Specific Conditions

No Specific Conditions included on Record

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