STABLYX® CMC Arthroplasty System

Designed to restore natural kinematics, power grip and pinch strength while preserving the trapezium

A saddle-shaped implant for a saddle-shaped joint

Stablyx diagram
  1. 30º Redirected Articular Surface: To provide stability
  2. Longer Palmer Lip: To prevent dorsal subluxation
  3. Smooth Edges: To prevent edge loading
  4. Keel: To provide rotational stability
  5. Titanium Plasma Spray
STABLYX Implant

Ball and Socket Implant Designs

Custom instruments for osteophyte removal and trapezial shaping

Curved Osteotome:
For removing Palmar Osteophyte

Trapezial Rasp:
For removing Palmar Osteophyte

Trapezial Finishing Tool:
For trapezial finishing

Trapezial Contouring Tool:
For contouring the volar trapezium

Published patient outcomes at two years

Measured on a 0-100 disability scale at 24 month follow-up
Measured on a 0-100 disability scale at 24 month follow-up
Measured on a 0-10 pain scale at 24 month follow-up
Measured on a 0-10 pain scale at 24 month follow-up
Pinch strength and power grip as a percentage (%) of the contralateral hand at 24 month follow-up
Pinch strength and power grip as a percentage (%) of the contralateral hand at 24 month follow-up
Percentage (%) of trapezial height maintained at 24 month follow-up
Percentage (%) of trapezial height maintained at 24 month follow-up

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PUBLISHED CLINICAL DATA: 1Florez GB, Rubio F. (2017) Carpometacarpal Hemiarthroplasty. Open Access J Surg, 5(4): 555668. DOI: 10.19080 OAJS.2017.05.555668

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