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The purpose of the study is the evaluation of the clinical and radiological short- to long-term safety and performance of the RM Pressfit vitamys cup. The data will be used for an ongoing evaluation of the product safety and performance.
Prospective multicenter follow-up study which examines the short- to long-term post-market clinical data on the safety and performance of the RM Pressfit vitamys cup. In total 675 participants in 9 clinics are included in this international multicenter study.
The following parameters will be collected during the regular clinical and radiological follow-up: Harris Hip Score, radiographic evaluation and detection of adverse events.
Arthropathy of Hip
RM Pressfit vitamys
Active, not recruiting
Mathys Ltd Bettlach
Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-03-31T04:03:50-0400
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