Division: Shoulder Reconstruction
The patented Anchor Peg Glenoid achieves immediate stability with the three minimally cemented peripheral pegs and provides a proven method3 of fixation through an interference fit of the central peg. The central peg facilitates bony integration around the flutes for increased fixation strength and resists “rocking horse” loosening1. A study by Wirth et al. showed that mean fixation strength increased significantly within three months and remained strong six months postoperatively in a weight-bearing animal study1.
The Anchor Peg Glenoid is available in PREMIERON™ X-Linked Polyethelene - the brand name for our moderately cross-linked polyethylene.
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1. Wirth MA, Klotz C, Deffenbaugh DL, McNulty D, Richards L, Tipper JL.Cross-linked glenoid prosthesis: a wear comparison to conventional glenoid prosthesis with wear particulate analysis. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2009;18:130-137.
2. Data on file at DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc. WR#030290.
3. Wirth MA, Korvick DL, Basamania CJ, Toro F, Aufdemorte TB, Rockwood CA, Jr. Radiologic, mechanical, and histologic evaluation of 2 glenoid prosthesis designs in a canine model. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2001;10:140-148.