OMNI Total Hip Solutions
The OMNI range of implants all have a common goal, to utilize state of the art engineering to produce implant designs with long term success while restoring joint biomechanics. Whether using our modular designs, or the one-piece constructs, OMNI implants are designed to optimize fit and stability.
Over the years OMNI has made significant advances in the field of total hip reconstruction, including:
- Bone and soft tissue preserving hip stems
- Modular solutions to restore patient anatomy
- Advanced cup designs to restore motion
- Optimized tools for surgeons
OMNI implants are also designed with surgeon's approaches in mind. Click here to read about the different approaches.
Why Choose an OMNI Implant
OMNIHIP™ implants can offer many significant patient benefits including:
• Significant pain reduction
• Improved ability to walk and perform other daily activities
• Decreased joint stiffness
• Enriched quality of life
Ask your surgeon if an OMNIHIP implant is right for you.
Bone Preserving Technology
By preserving healthy bone & soft tissue, new hip implants have the potential for a quicker recovery.
The ARC's conservative mid-neck resection preserves bone and blood supply to the top of the femur, while providing a stable hip replacement construct. By not disrupting certain muscle groups, ARC patients could potentially experience an easier recovery process. Studies have shown that the strength of the femoral neck is not compromised in the osteoarthritic hip, and thus preserving the neck reduces the bending and twisting forces on the implant and bone, helping to keep a stable hip joint1,2,3.
1. Nunn D, Freeman MAR, Tanner KE, Bonfield W. Torsional stability of the femoral component of hip arthroplasty: response to an anteriorly applied load. J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 1989;71-B:452-5.
2. Freeman MAR. Why resect the neck? J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 1986;68-B:346-9.
3.Braud P, Freeman MAR. The effect of retention of the femoral neck and of cement upon the stability of a proximal femoral prosthesis. J Arthroplasty 1990;5:s5-10.
Modular hip systems help surgeons better match patient anatomy.
The modular stem design is based on the fundamental goals of hip arthroplasty: to replace diseased bone with prosthetic implants while restoring natural hip anatomy. A two piece hip stem gives surgeons the option to independently select femoral neck length (distance from the leg to the ball & socket), vertical height (leg length) and angle at which the neck goes into the pelvis.
The independent adjustments of the femoral neck allows precise targeting of the head center into the acetabular component, without compromising overall fit of the hip stem in the bone. Restoring the natural anatomy is critical to the success and longevity of a total hip replacement.
OMNI offers products that allow a greater range of motion, while decreasing the potential risks of wear or dislocation.
Several options are available for addressing the components to fit the pelvis' "socket", or acetabulum. As with the stem, the goal of the acetabular component is to maintain hip stability and longevity. Advances in hip technology has also enabled the benefit of increased range of motion, meaning the hip can move more freely.
OMNI carries the original 'dual mobility' SERF Novae Cup System. These dual mobility shells have proven to provide increased range of motion and reduce the risk of dislocation, versus the traditional two piece shell and liner system.
In addition to the advanced cup properties, OMNI offers an advanced material for the polyethylene liners. ApeX-LNK is a wear-resistant polymer created through our own patented cross-linking process that provides significant wear reduction compared to standard polyethylene. In testing simulations, these liners have been proven to reduce wear by up to 88% compared to standard polyethylene*.
*Data on File at OMNIlife science, inc.
Providing Solutions to Young, Active Patients
Products designed to meet the demands of patients who wish to remain active.
As more young patients experience hip joint disease, technological advances strive to maintain quality of life and mobility and preserve bone and soft tissue. The surgeon's goal is to offer patients minimally traumatic, soft tissue and bone-sparing procedures, promoting a quicker recovery time, and return to an active lifestyle.
The femoral neck preserving ARC implant is designed to meet this criteria, by sparing healthy bone stock, and instrumentation that works for surgeon's preferred techniques. By preserving bone the ARC implant may reduce the potential for a more traumatic revision surgery.