AltiVate® Anatomic CS EDGE®


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AltiVate Reverse®

The first to market and only 135 degree stem - the AltiVate Reverse® is backed by 10 years of proven clinical data showing NO decline in patient outcomes1. AltiVate Reverse allows for a more anatomic humeral reconstruction in both anatomic and reverse shoulder arthroplasty, while the inlay stem allows for easy conversions without overstuffing the joint. With the addition of the short stem, the AltiVate Reverse is truly one system with expanded treatment solutions for your arthroplasty patients.

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AltiVate® Anatomic

The data-driven design of the AltiVate® Anatomic Shoulder System features a P2™ coated short humeral stem and a canal-sparing 3-fin humeral stem, the CS EDGE®. This system incorporates P2™ porous coating for excellent in-growth results2, e+™ formulated to maintain strength and reduce wear rates3, and a glenoid with patented Drop-and-Go® technology for immediate fixation4, providing surgeons with a versatile offering that addresses the diverse needs of the patient population. The result is a truly anatomical reconstruction with fixation you can feel.

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DJO® Announces New Stemless Shoulder Offering – the AltiVate® Anatomic CS EDGE®

As the latest innovation from shoulder industry leader DJO®, the new system is designed to provide a more bone-sparing solution that is less invasive than traditional shoulder stem offerings. Read More...

DJO® announces release of AltiVate Reverse® Short Stem, the first fully convertible, inlay, short stem shoulder replacement system in the United States

Its bone-sparing short-stem and innovative 135° neck-shaft angle sits entirely within the humerus, allowing for easy conversion from anatomic to reverse shoulder arthroplasty. Read More...

1. Cuff et al. Reverse shoulder arthroplasty for the treatment of rotator cuff deficiency: a concise follow-up, at a minimum of 10 years, of previous reports. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2017
2,3,4 - Data on file at DJO®. Laboratory testing does not necessarily indicate clinical performance.