Cemented Müller straight stem
The cooperation with Prof. M. E. Müller and Robert Mathys Senior led to the development of one of the most successful implants of the past 40 years – the Müller straight stem. Even today, it is among the most widely used stem concepts and, as the CCA stem, it is a key portfolio component at Mathys.
The design of the CCA stem according to the Müller philosophy is a self-centring wedge (AP), allowing the implant to independently centre and lock in the femur. This can reduce the risk of the stem being implanted in a varus or valgus position.1
Additional anchoring is achieved by the cement mantle being equally divided ventrally and dorsally due to its flat stem cross-section. The rib structure supports the rotation stability of the implant.2
The Müller straight stem is still important today in the field of hip replacements due to its good to excellent clinically proven medium and long-term results.1,3,4,5,6 Registry data7,8 of the CCA stem and clinical data9 demonstrate the reliability of this concept in practice.
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