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Virtual EFORT Congress 2020

Overview and Navigation

Supporting EFORT 2020

The landscape of expert meetings may currently be different, but the latest trends, developments, insights will continue.

As this year’s European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) annual congress goes virtual, we’ve collected some of our key resources, videos, and guidance to keep the discussion moving.

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Explore our content hub

To gain additional insights on key innovations, use our on-demand resources to:

  • Download and keep guides and evidence collections
  • Discuss with your peers
  • Watch and share with virtual connections

Navigate across the website tabs (above) to learn about:

Total and revision hip arthroplasty
Expert peers explain the role and importance of bearing combinations, and how solutions compare for survivorship and stability.

Total and unicompartmental knee arthroplasty
Understand how implant design rational contributes to kinematic function, with supporting clinical evidence and surgeon insights.

Robotics-assistance and enabling technology
Immerse yourself in an evolving digital ecosystem, and learn how handheld robotics-assistance and navigation software may be changing the landscape of orthopaedics.

Trauma fixation
Explore a range of solutions, evidence, and guidance for trochanteric fracture, small fragment plating, and achieving success with external ring fixators.

Post-operative wound care
Examine the limitations of conventional dressings and learn how a change of standard care may help outcomes

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Hip and Enabling Tech

Driving success in total and revision hip surgery

Understanding the science, clinical data, and surgeon insights behind total and revision hip solutions may help outline the correlation with patient outcomes. Learn about:

  • The design rationale behind the REDAPT Revision System and POLAR3 Total Hip Solution
  • Surgical guidance and supporting clinical evidence
  • The role of enabling technology

Choosing the right solution for revision hip arthroplasty

Understand the design rationale behind the REDAPT Femoral System:


Find out how a range of innovative augments facilitate acetabular revision:


Supported by clinical evidence 


Read: How the REDAPT Femoral System compares to modular stems for subsidence.



Read: a comparison of the clinical, health economic, and safety outcomes of modular and non-modular stems.



Read: Focus on subsidence in revision THR, and how the results compare to your current solution.


Read: Highlights of a surgeon masterclass focus on how the REDAPT System helped achieve surgical objectives.

Helping you choose the right solution

Download: Is your fixation ROCKTITE? Learn about our proprietary distal flute design.

Total hip arthroplasty

Learn how a unique bearing composition and a growing body of clinical and joint registry data combine in the POLAR3 Total Hip Solution.

What is the unique OXINIUM bearing material? Prof Edward Davis explains:


Prof Davis outlines how OXINIUM+XLPE performed in joint registry data:


Watch Prof Davis share his key reasons for using OXINIUM+XLPE in total hip surgery

Supported by clinical evidence

 Read the full evidence collection for the POLAR3 Total Hip Solution


 Read: A summary of multiple joint registries compared OXINIUM+XLPE to other bearing combinations for survivorship.

Navigating a path to success – the role of enabling technology

Learn how navigation software supports surgical workflows, data capture, and procedural accuracy in hip arthroplasty.

Watch RI.HIP NAVIGATION in action:


Download the full RI.HIP NAVIGATION brochure, and discover how it contributes to implant alignment, leg length, and offset.

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Knee and Robotics Technology

Rediscovering normal in TKA and UKA

Take a journey through the key considerations of total and unicompartmental knee surgery, and how implant design contributes to kinematic function. Learn about:

  • Our portfolio overview and design rationale
  • Clinical evidence, surgeon insights
  • The use of patient-matched technology

Stay up to date with the latest developments and techniques on our live surgery website. Save it to your favourites.

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Rediscover normal with the JOURNEY II Knee System

Explore the JOURNEY II Knee System portfolio for total and unicompartmental knee arthroplasty, and discover how our solutions contribute to kinematic function, recovery times, and patient satisfaction.

Dr Geller shared his experience of using JOURNEY II UK partial knee arthroplasty:


Read an overview of the key design features and benefits of the JOURNEY II Total Knee System.



For unicompartmental knees: Learn about our partial knee arthroplasty legacy and how implant design has evolved.



Supported by clinical evidence

View the interactive collection of clinical evidence, and compare JOURNEY II Total Knees to your current solution.


The freedom of handheld robotics

As evolving enabling technologies and robotics-assistance continue to reshape the landscape of orthopaedic surgery, learn how they influence clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction in knee arthroplasty.

Download the full information booklet to learn about image-free planning, patient-specific surface mapping and data capture, and the impact on implant accuracy.

What does the evidence tell us?

Clinical evidence continues to examine how handheld robotics-assistance contributes to clinical outcomes, health economics, and patient satisfaction.

Browse the full clinical evidence compendium


Visit here to learn more about the NAVIO Surgical System

Navigating a path to success

Take control. Get better.
Download the full RI.KNEE NAVIGATION brochure
to learn about gap balancing, soft-tissue management, and patient outcomes.


Watch RI.KNEE NAVIGATION in action:


The advantages of patient-matched technology

Clinical evidence assessed the accuracy, efficiency, and overall impact on patient outcomes when using VISIONAIRE Cutting Guides in knee arthroplasty.

Read the full collection here

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Trauma and Extremities

Finding success in complex trauma fixation

How are surgeons approaching the most complex trauma cases? Explore various solutions, how to use them, and their potential contribution to patient outcomes in:

  • Intertrochanteric fracture
  • Small fragment fracture
  • Deformity and traumatic cases
  • Foot and ankle external fixation

Comparing solutions for intertrochanteric fracture

Learn how the TRIGEN INTERTAN Intramedullary Nailing system compares to single-blade devices in this sort animation:


 Read the clinical evidence to learn how TRIGEN INTERTAN IM Nails contribute to the risk of implant failure, postoperative pain, and fracture union.

When and how to use small plating systems

For small fragment plating - including ankle, pilon, and proximal tibia - find out why the EVOS SMALL System is simply advanced.


Download and keep: Learn about an all-inclusive, expansive solution that aims to simplify and unify small fragment plating systems.


Watch Dr Daniel S Chan carry out an ORIF distal radius fracture fixation with the EVOS WRIST System:


Discover what’s possible with the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME

For over 20 years, the TAYLOR SPATIAL FRAME External Fixator has been used to treat deformity and traumatic injury. Learn how it works, and why it’s the most widely used hexapod in the world.

For adult patients: Read about success rates and how it influenced the need for further surgery.



 For paediatric patients: Discover how we always innovating, never imitating, and how this contributes to achieving treatment objectives.

Take control of foot and ankle external fixation

 Read: Enjoy complete control with the ILIZAROV External Fixator – a solution specifically designed for foot and ankle surgery. Learn how it may help outcomes, your OR experience, and education.

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Post-operative Wound Care

The importance of post-operative wound care

Surgical site complications, such as infection and dehiscence, have the potential to impact clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction, and costs. Use the resources below to discover how a change to standard care beyond conventional dressings may impact readmissions and clinician workloads.

The role of PICO sNPWT in orthopaedics

Download and explore the PICO Single Use Negative Pressure Wound Therapy System, and how it compares to conventional dressings on closed surgical incisions.


Read: Clinical evidence examined the impact of PICO sNPWT on superficial surgical site complications, dressing changes, and length of stay.


Watch Mr Sudheer Karlakki share his experience of using PICO sNPWT

How to use the PICO System

Watch how to apply a PICO Dressing on a closed surgical incision following hip arthroplasty:


Supported by NICE for high-risk patients

The UK’s National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE) supported the adoption of PICO sNPWT for high-risk patients with closed surgical incisions.

Learn more

Moving beyond standard care

Continue reading about how the PICO System may help improve clinical and economic outcomes in your practice, compared to standard care.1

Find out more

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1. Saunders, C., Buzza, K. and Nherera, L. 2019. A single use negative pressure system reduces surgical site complications compared with conventional dressings in closed surgical incisions: a systematic literature review with meta-analysis. Poster presented at the European Wound Management Association annual meeting, June 5-7, 2019, Gothenburg, Sweden.

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