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Pink Hip Kit

Postless Hip Positioning System


Go postless

Reduce groin-related complications post-operatively1-2

Zero groin related injuries3

As shown in a recent study of 1000 patients3. Did you know if you go postless, our Pink Hip Kit reduces the risk of perineal post pressure injuries in the groin compared to reported incidence?1-2

Potential pain reduction5: Potential for reduced post-operative pain and improved recovery times compared to standard distraction.

Easier access*: Removal of the post allows for a greater range of motion and may make complex procedures easier* while improving C-arm visualization.

Less costs5**: Are incurred when combined with our Hip Positioning System, fact. And guess what, for current users, there's no need to invest in new captial and there's no training required.

*compared to standard techniques
**compared to other postless devices


1. Harris JD, McCormick FM, Abrams GD, et al. Complications and reoperations during and after hip arthroscopy: a systematic review of 92 studies and more than 6,000 patients. Arthroscopy. 2013;29(3):589-595.
2. Habib et al. Pudendal nerve injury is a relatively common but transient complication of hip arthroscopy. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthroscopy. 2018;26:969-975
3. Mei-Dan O, Kraeutler MJ, Garabekyan T et al. Hip Distraction Without a Perineal Post; A Prospective Study of 1000 Hip Arthroscopy Cases. AJSM. 2018;46(3):632–641
4. McConkey MO, Chadayammuri V, Kraeutler MJ et al. Simultaneous bilateral hip arthroscopy in adolescent athletes with symptomatic femoroacetabular impingement. J Pediatr Orthop. 2019;39(4):193-7
5. Kollmorgen RC, Ellis T, Lewis BD, Harris JD. Achieving Post-Free Distraction in Hip Arthroscopy With a Pink Pad Patient Positioning Device Using Standard Hip Distraction Tables. Arthroscopy Techniques: Technical Note. 2019; 8(4): 363-368.

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72205286   Pink Hip Kit

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