- Hip Fix facilitates accurate and reproducible positioning of implant components
- Accurate and reproducible patient and component orientation
- Stability of patient position throughout procedure
- Abdomen free from external pressure during procedure.
Total hip replacement is a demanding and exacting surgical technique. Advances in technologies, new materials, and biomechanics have made it increasingly important for the orthopaedic surgeon to be able to accurately orientate the implant components in a reproducible fashion. Hip Fix has more than 20 years of clinical history.
Hip Fix uses a unique 3 point fixation (crista iliaca and sacrum) to make the strong stability of the patient positioning match the surgeons need for space and manoeuverability in the surgical field.
The Hip Fix models are all equipped for use with single use (one set per patient / procedure) pads for increased hygiene, comfort and patient safety.
See a 3D film visualizing our Hip Fix 2015 system below:
Hip Fix 2000 “Classic”
Articel # 2000-182
Classic Hip Fixation
Fixed foam pads, screw mounted
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The Hip Fix mk.1 (The First HF)
Article # 1900-01 (mk.1)
Individual vertical adjustable front pads.
Patient angle to the table variable.
Supports bariatric patients.
Fixed foam pads, screw mounted.
Download IFU here