Exactech announced first cases with the TriVerse primary knee system, an evidence-based, streamlined solution.
Orthopaedic surgeons Chris Christensen, M.D., of Bluegrass Orthopaedics in Lexington, Ky., and David Taunton, Jr., M.D., of Texas Orthopedic Specialists in Bedford, Texas, were the first to perform TriVerse knee surgeries.
The TriVerse primary knee system features anterior stabilized and posterior stabilized constructs and is exclusively available with highly crosslinked vitamin E polyethylene. TriVerse implants will launch alongside a full-featured set of mechanical instruments designed to provide the efficiency required in same-day surgical environments.
“For more than three decades, Exactech has continued to push forward total knee replacement innovations that are built on time-tested results,” said Adam Hayden, CMO and SVP, Large Joints Business Unit at Exactech. “TriVerse adds to the company’s advanced portfolio of knee solutions, including the award-winning Truliant® primary and revision systems and integrated Newton® ligament balancing platform, providing yet another tried-and-true system that helps address the challenging health landscape.”
TriVerse has limited availability with a full launch slated for early 2024.