CORAIL Hip System
29% Lower Risk of Revision1
The CORAIL Standard Collared femoral stem has been shown to have a 29% lower risk of revision when compared to all other cementless stems on the NJR.
Significantly Reduced Risk of Periprosthetic Fracture2
Periprosthetic Fracture is one of the leading causes of revision for THR in the NJR2 The CORAIL Standard Collared femoral stem has been shown to have significantly lower than expected rates of revision due to periprosthetic fracture when compared to all other cementless stems on the NJR.1
Survivorship in 5456 cases at 15 years. Havelin L. J Bone and Joint Surg 2007.3
Survivorship in 120 consecutive cases at 12 years. Chatelet JC. Rev Chir Orthop Reparatrice Appar Mot. 2004.4
PINNACLE Hip Solutions
At 10 years follow up, survivorship with an end point of reoperation for any reason was 99.2 ±2.9%. Bedard et al. J Arthroplasty 2014.5
In patients aged under 50 years, 100% of cups were well fixed, with no signs of radiological loosening at a minimum 10 years follow up. Greiner et al. J Arthroplasty 2015.6
Medium and long-term performance of 11,516 uncemented primary femoral stems from the Norwegian arthroplasty register.
Femoral bone remodeling in HA coated stems with 20 years follow-up.
Fixation and Wear with Contemporary Acetabular Components and Cross-Linked Polyethylene at 10-Year Follow-Up.
Minimum 10-year Results of a Tapered, Titanium, Hydroxyapatite-Coated Hip Stem, an independent review.
Corail Stem Long-Term Results Based upon the 15-Years ARTRO Group Experience.
Twenty-year results of the cementless Corail stem.
A Prospective Randomized Study of Cross-Linked and Non-Cross-Linked Polyethylene for Total Hip Arthroplasty at 10 –Year Follow Up.
Polyethylene Wear and Osteolysis After Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty with Alumina-on-Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene Bearings in Patients Younger Than Thirty Years of Age.
Fixation and Wear With Contemporary Acetabular Components and Cross-Linked Polyethylene at 10-Years in Patients Aged 50 and Under.
- According to NJR data from 2003 to 2017 where 65,545 CORAIL STD Collared femoral stems were used in primary THR and compared to all other cementless stems in NJR. Hazard ratio adjusted for age, gender, year cohort and indications. Bespoke Implant report CORAIL Stem (Standard Offset Collared) NJR, DSEM/JRC/0118/0999. Report can be accessed at http://www.corailpinnacle.net/supportingevidence/overview
- National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, 14th Annual Report, 2017. Table 3.10. Available from www.njrreports.org.uk.
- Hallan G, Lie SA, Furnes O, Engesaeter LB, Vollset SE, Havelin L. Medium and long-term performance of 11 516 uncemented primary femoral stems from the Norwegian arthroplasty register. J. Bone Joint Surg. 2007;89-B:1574-1580.
- Chatelet J-C. Survivorship in 120 consecutive cases at 12 years. Rev Chir Orthop Reparatrice Appar Mot. 2004;90(7):628-635.
- Bedard N, Callaghan J, Stefl M, Williams T, Liu S, Goetz D. Fixation and Wear with Contemporary Acetabular Components and Cross-Linked Polyethylene at 10-Year Follow-Up. Journal of Arthroplasty. 2014; 29: 1961-1969.
- Greiner J, Callaghan J, Bedard N, Liu S Gao Y, Goetz D. J Arthroplasty. 2015; September 2015 Volume 30, Issue 9, Pages 1577–1585.