The NES (Norway Elbow System) Elbow System is a non-constrained ulno-humeral elbow joint replacement which has been in successful clinical use since 1978. There have been more than 230 implantations in Norway alone since 1994.
The system has been designed to facilitate soft tissue preservation as well as minimal bone resection. This means that the largely intact soft tissue envelope is the main factor influencing stability hence the range of motion is potentially unrestricted.
The cemented humeral implants are available in 4 different sizes and can be freely combined with the 3 cemented ulnar sizes.
The UHMWPE trochlea articulates with a TiAl6V4 axle which is TiN-coated to reduce the polyethylene wear.
Suture holes in the side flanks of the humeral components allow the fixation of bone fragments.
The axle of the preassembled humeral components is secured by a torque wrench.
implavit®; CoCrMo according to ISO 5832-4 (humeral and ulnar components)
implatan®; TiAl6V4 according to ISO 5832-3 with TiN-coating (axle of humeral com ponents)
UHMW-PE according to ISO 5834-2 (PE-spindle of humeral components)
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