- National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man, 14th Annual Report, 2017. Table 3.9. Available from www.njrreports.org.uk
Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry. Annual Report. Adelaide: AOA; 2017. Available from URL: https://aoanjrr.sahmri.com/annual-reports-2017. Extracted from Table TY1.
- WHO Guidelines for Safe Surgery 2009. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; 2009.
- 2012-2014 CORAIL Hip System sales, data on file, DePuy International Ltd.
- Using the CORAIL® PINNACLE® Total Hip Replacement System could reduce the financial and healthcare burden associated with revision hip arthroplasty. DSEM/JRC/1216/0729.
- CORAIL® PINNACLE® National Joint Registry Summary. DSEM/JRC/0115/0233(4).
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Using the CORAIL PINNACLE Total Hip System could reduce the financial burden associated with revision hip arthroplasty
The CORAIL PINNACLE Hips System is the most widely used single company cementless construct in several registries, including Australia and the UK. Robust registry results illustrate CORAIL PINNACLE Hip System delivers excellent clinical results with a broad surgeon and hospital user base.1,2
With its comprehensive and high quality evidence base, surgeons and providers can be confident they are using a proven construct that has the potential to limit the cost burden associated with revision hip arthroplasty.5
Orthopaedic joint replacement surgeries are among the most commonly performed procedures. By working on reproducibility, we aim to the higher standards of survivorship.
There are over 175,000 documented cases included on registries worldwide with recorded survivorship up to 97.22% and 94.8% at ten years in the NJR and AOANJRR respectively.6
With an aging population and increasing sports injuries, the number of procedures is expected to rise, presenting providers with the challenge of driving down costs.
Complications, such as surgical site infections (SSIs), during these procedures can have a great economic impact due to additional hospital costs and extended hospital stays.3
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Driving ongoing innovation on our core hip brands, the CORAIL PINNACLE Hip System, we are proud to provide a comprehensive yet enhanced solution for hospitals and surgeons.
The CORAIL Pearl instrument trays have been developed to streamline the number of instruments required in the OR for a standard THR procedure. 92% of cases can be done with just the Core Kit.4
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