Exactech today announced the first successful surgeries with its Spartan Stem and Logical Cup systems.
Gainesville, Florida–based Exactech designed the systems for total hip arthroplasty.
The Spartan Stem features three offset options and a tapered, polished distal segment, the company said in a news release. Meanwhile, the Logical Cup is a modular acetabular system that could enable efficient surgical workflow in hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers.
“Our aim is to deliver what physician and institutional customers have been demanding, which is efficient instruments, clinical,ly-advanced implants and ASC-friendly solutions,” said Adam Hayden, chief marketing officer and SVP of large joints for Exactech. “The Spartan Stem and Logical Cup enhance the clinical breadth and depth of our hip offering.”
Dr. Hasham Alvi of Barrington Orthopedic Specialists in Schaumburg, Illinois, was the first in the U.S. to perform the procedure with the Spartan Stem and Logical Cup systems.
“Today’s hip replacement patients demand and deserve the most advanced surgical techniques and implant technologies,” said Alvi. “The Spartan Stem and Logical Cup systems adapt seamlessly to my preferred anterior hip surgical technique and feature a highly customizable construct engineered to assist in advantageous positioning of offset and leg length.”
Exactech has commenced a pilot launch for the Spartan Stem and Logical Cup systems in limited regions across the U.S. during the third quarter of 2022, the company said. It intends to expand its commercial launch into most geographies across the country in the first half of next year.