More natural motion
In a healthy knee, the meniscus serves as a shock absorber between
the ends of the bones. The Oxford Partial Knee is the first
partial implant with an artificial meniscal bearing designed to glide
freely throughout the knee's range of motion, more closely replicating
normal movement. The free-floating nature of the device potentially
provides for a more natural motion.
New research reports that Oxford Partial Knee patients
are more likely than total knee patients to be satisfied with their
ability to perform activities of daily living, and to report that
their knee replacement “felt normal.”**
Patients receiving the Oxford Partial Knee at a minimum
of one year post-operation were:
- 1.81 times more likely than total knee replacement recipients
to report that their knee felt normal.**
times more likely to be satisfied with their ability to perform
activities of daily living.**
The Oxford Partial Knee is the most widely used and
clinically proven partial knee in the world. Published long-term
clinical results on the Oxford® Partial Knee demonstrated a
92.4% survivorship at 10 years,*8-14 94.0% at 15
years,*11,13-14 and 91% at 20 years,*11 proving
The Oxford® Partial Knee the most widely used and
clinically proven partial knee in the world.
There is no guarantee that any implant will successfully function
for a specific length of time, as there are a multitude of variables
that affect the life of an implant.
Not all patients are candidates for Oxford Partial Knee
replacement. You should discuss your condition and treatment options
with your surgeon. Zimmer Biomet offers the broadest range of partial
knee replacements available, providing your surgeon with unparalleled
flexibility to address your condition. All provide the option of
minimally invasive surgery.