US FDA approval of Stryker’s cementless Mako Total Knee with Triathlon Tritanium
Stryker’s Joint Replacement division has announced that its cementless Mako Total Knee with Triathlon Tritanium has received 510(k) market clearance by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Triathlon Tritanium combines the kinematics of Stryker’s market leading Triathlon knee implant with the latest in highly porous biologic fixation technology for a knee system like no other. The innovation of Tritanium’s tibial baseplate and metal-backed patella components are enabled by Stryker’s proprietary AMagine additive manufacturing technology and are SOMA-designed.
With cementless procedures rising in popularity and becoming a fast-growing trend1, Mako Total Knee with Triathlon Tritanium expands the current robotics offering to provide a cementless solution for orthopaedic surgeons seeking a more predictable surgical experience combined with increased operating room efficiency, biologic fixation and an alternative to bone cement.