Proven effective in clinical practice since 1993
PETER BREHM GmbH pride themselves on producing high quality prosthesis, identifying and reducing cost whilst improving theatre efficiencies, to provide orthopaedic surgeons with solutions that are customer focused and innovative.
MRP (Modular Revision Prosthesis) Titan
Proven effective in clinical practice since 1993, the MRP Titan stem has been designed to enable surgeons to find solutions to even the most challenging of anatomy and defects with different combinations being used intra-operatively providing maximum flexibility. The systems’ patented taper connection is adjustable through 360° giving the option of selecting any desired angle of anteversion, minimising the risk of dislocation whilst delivering long-term mechanical stability.
- Distal tapered stems measuring 80, 140, 200, 260 and 320mm in length and from 11 to 30mm diameter in 1mm increments
- Distal locking anchoring system stems measuring 260 and 320mm in length and from 11 to 30mm in diameter
- Total prosthesis lengths from 130 to 420mm in 10mm increments
- Anchoring stems with an anterior bow starting at 250mm overall length
- Four proximal body types
- High offset bodies (+10mm)
- The design allows for intra-operative and post-operative correction of the implant position and angle of anteversion in situ (adjustable through 360°)
- All titanium components therefore no galvanic effect or osteolysis
Broad Spectrum of Indications
MRP Titan is indicated to treat a wide range of indications including Paproski I-III and Charnley Type B & C with severe functional impairment.
High Patient Satisfication
Optimal adaptation to anatomy.
- Angle of anteversion continuously adjustable over 360°
- Optimal leg length adaptation
- Parabolic stem ribs ensure a high degree of initial stability
- Excellent osseointegration
Excellent Long-Term Outcomes
97% survivorship at 10 years follow-up.
- Optimal anatomic reconstruction improves the Harris hip score (HHS) compared with the last follow-up examination.
(Acta Orthopaedica 2014; 85 (6): "Uncemented femoral revision arthroplasty using a modular tapered, fluted titanium stem")