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Post Market, Retrospective Study to Evaluate Patients Implanted With Medacta Versafit Cup DM ™️ 2 Years Post-op

2019-04-04 09:20:40 | BioPortfolio

Summary

This is a post-market, retrospective with one prospective visit, multi- center study, designed to assess the clinical outcomes, surgical details including Anterior or Posterior surgical approach, and collect all complication data of Medacta Versafit Cup DM used for primary or revision total hip arthroplasty at minimum two year post- operatively.

Study Design

Conditions

Hip Arthritis

Location

Peak Orthopedics
Lone Tree
Colorado
United States
80124

Status

Recruiting

Source

Medacta USA

Results (where available)

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