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Last $24.32 USD
Change Today +0.43 / 1.80%
Volume 189.2K
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Prins Bernhardplein 200

Amsterdam, 1097 JB

Netherlands

Phone: 31 20 675 4002

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Tornier N.V., a medical device company, provides solutions to surgeons that treat musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, ankle and foot. The company sells to these surgeons a line of joint replacement, trauma, sports medicine and biologic products to treat extremity joints. In certain international markets, the company also offers joint replacement products for the hip and knee. Product Portfolio The company engages in the design, manufacture, marketing and sales of orthopaedic products. The company offers a product portfolio of approximately 90 extremities products that are designed to provide solutions to its surgeon customers with the goal of improving clinical outcomes for their patients. Upper Extremity Joints and Trauma The upper extremity joints and trauma product category includes joint implants and bone fixation devices for the shoulder, hand, wrist and elbow. Its shoulder joint implants are used to treat painful shoulder conditions due to arthritis, irreparable rotator cuff tendon tears, bone disease, fractured humeral heads or failed previous shoulder replacement surgery. The company’s shoulder products include the following: The company’s total joint replacement products have two components—a humeral implant consisting of a metal stem or base attached to a metal head, and a plastic implant for the glenoid (shoulder socket). Together, these two components mimic the function of a natural shoulder joint. The company’s products in this area include the Aequalis Ascend, Aequalis Primary, Aequalis PerFORM and Simpliciti shoulder systems. The Simpliciti minimally invasive, ultra short stem shoulder is available in certain international markets and subject to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance. The company’s hemi joint replacement products replace only the humeral head and allow it to articulate against the native glenoid. These products include its PYC Humeral Head and Inspyre. PYC stands for pyrocarbon, which is a biocompatible material. The PYC Humeral Head is available in certain international markets. The company’s reversed joint replacement products, which include the Aequalis Reversed II shoulder, are used in arthritic patients lacking rotator cuff function. The components are different from a traditional total shoulder in that the humeral implant has the plastic socket and the glenoid has the metal head. This design has the biomechanical impact of shifting the pivot point of the joint away from the body centerline and recruiting the deltoid muscles to enable the patient to elevate the arm. The company’s convertible joint replacement products are modular implants that can be converted from a total or hemi shoulder implant to a reversed implant at a later date if the patient requires it. Its Aequalis Ascend Flex convertible shoulder system provides anatomic and reversed options within a single system and offers precise intra-operative implant-to-patient fit and conversion to reversed if necessary. The company’s resurfacing implants, which include the Aequalis Resurfacing Head, are designed to preserve bone. Trauma devices, such as plates, screws and nails, are non-articulating implants used to help stabilize fractures of the humerus. The company’s upper extremity trauma products include the Aequalis IM Nail, Aequalis Proximal Humeral Plate, Aequalis Fracture shoulder and Aequalis Reversed Fracture shoulder. The company also offers joint replacement and trauma products, including implants, pins, plates and screws that are used to treat the hand, wrist and elbow. One of its distinctive product offerings for these smaller, non-load bearing joints are implants made from pyrocarbon, which has low joint surface friction and a high resistance to wear. The company offers a range of pyrocarbon implants internationally and has begun to introduce some of these products into the United States. Its Latitude EV total elbow prosthesis gives surgeons the ability to reproduce the natural flexion/extension axis and restore natural kinematics of the elbow with its anatomic design. Lower Extremity Joints and Trauma The lower extremity joints an

 

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