Turon Modular Shoulder System

Turon™ Modular Shoulder System
Turon™ Modular Shoulder System

Turon™ Modular Shoulder System

Dial In.

The Turon™ is the first total shoulder system to incorporate the IMIN™ neck technology; a patented clocking feature which provides the ability to dial in the correct neck position to restore individual patient anatomy with increased precision compared to a fixed neck only design, thus providing optimum joint stability and range of motion, without compromising implant fixation.

Adaptability Allowing for Variability

Because, no two patients are alike. The modular humeral necks feature a double Morse taper design and a patented clocking feature to dial in the correct neck position and humeral head tilt to adjust to varying patient humeral neck anatomies. This, combined with neutral and eccentric humeral head sizing options, helps achieve the best implant fit with the optimal neck position and offset.

Flexibility with Ease

The Turon shoulder features a wide variety of intra-operative humeral stem, neck, head and glenoid options designed to suit different patient demands and to address most surgeries without the complexity of instrumentation.

Reduced Proximal Lateral Design

The proximal lateral shoulder of the Turon humeral stem is reduced, which preserves bone, avoids tuberosity interference, and facilitates implantation.

Fixation

The Turon shoulder features a tapered proximal body, anterior and posterior fins, in addition to, a proximal plasma spray finish to provide a locking and rotationally stable metaphyseal fit.

Reduced Stem Geometry

The Turon shoulder has a reduced stem length design that preserves bone and reduces the risk of distal fractures.

Dial in to Motion

The Turon modular total shoulder system is designed to help surgeons dial in to restore patient anatomy, optimize joint stability, and improve range of motion.

Features & Benefits

Humeral Stems

Anatomic Adaptability

  • IMIN™ neck technology – patented (Intrinsic Modular Indexable Neck)


Fixation

  • Anatomic metaphysis, 135° head/neck angle, proximal plasma-sprayed, A/P fins with suture holes, medial hole, Titanium alloy (Ti6Al4V)


Bony Conservation

  • Reduced lateral border - Reduced stem length (110 – 115mm)


Collared design – prevents subsidence Fluted, cylindrical distal segment Indications: Press-fit, Cemented, Fracture Standard: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16mm Revision/Long : 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16mm

Humeral Necks

Anatomic Adaptability

  • Neutral (Straight) Neck: 135° neck-shaft angle
  • 7.5° Angled Neck: 127.5° - 142.5° neck-shaft angle
  • IMIN™ neck technology


Fixation

  • Dual Morse taper


Flexibility with Ease

  • Threaded through hole allows distraction without disrupting well-fixed humeral stem


Dial in to Motion

  • Adapt to variable patient anatomies
  • Adjust neck angle and humeral head tilt

Humeral Heads

Anatomic Adaptability

  • Modular sizing: Neutral and Offset head options in varying head heights



Flexibility with Ease

  • Female Morse taper design facilitates assembly and dialing Offset


Dial in to Motion

  • Offset heads address varying patient anatomies
  • Adjust for soft tissue balance in total shoulder and hemiarthroplasty
  • Compensate for deficient rotator cuffs Cobalt Chrome Alloy (CoCr)

Pegged and Keeled Glenoids

Anatomic Adaptability

  • Modular sizing: Keeled and Pegged in 5 sizes
  • Pear-shaped geometry


Fixation

  • Pegged glenoid – unique compression peg design aids initial fixation
  • Roughened surface promotes cement interdigitation


Dial in to Motion

  • Radial mismatch in A/P and I/S planes optimizes stability while allowing translational articulation


Compression molded polyethylene (UHMWPE) Radiographic markers

Clinical Applicaton

Clinical Challenge
No two patients are alike. A challenge in shoulder arthroplasty is restoring the patient's unique shoulder joint anatomy. This can be achieved through a combination of the implant sizing options, and the ability to adjust the neck position and humeral head tilt. Unfortunately, conventional fixed neck angle shoulder prosthetic designs do not offer this capability.

Clinical Solution
The modular humeral necks feature a double Morse taper design and a patented clocking feature to dial in the correct neck position and humeral head tilt to adjust to varying patient humeral neck anatomies. This, combined with neutral and eccentric humeral head sizing options, helps achieve the best implant fit with the optimal neck position and offset.

Indications
Joint replacement is indicated for patients suffering from disability due to:

  • noninflammatory degenerative joint disease including osteoarthritis and avascular necrosis of the natural humeral head and/or glenoid;
  • rheumatoid arthritis;
  • correction of functional deformity;
  • humeral fracture.

This device may also be indicated in the salvage of previously failed surgical attempts. The glenoid components are indicated for cemented use only.

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