Large Joints (Hip and Knee)
Mechanical testing for large joints is multifaceted, with standards to address fatigue properties of load bearing members, disassembly forces between mating components, range of motion between articulating and sliding components, and wear debris generated from relative motion. Contact us today to discuss the requirements for your specific device. Some commonly tested devices are listed below.
Hip stems (cemented, press fit, modular)
Acetabular shells and liners
Tibial trays and liners
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Standard Test Method for Determination of Total Knee Replacement Constraint
Standard Practice for Cyclic Fatigue Testing of Metallic Stemmed Hip Arthroplasty Femoral Components Without Torsion
Standard Test Method for Cyclic Fatigue Testing of Metal Tibial Tray Components of Total Knee Joint Replacements
Standard Test Method for Determining the Axial Disassembly Force of a Modular Acetabular Device
Standard Test Method for Determining the Axial Disassembly Force of Taper Connections of Modular Prostheses
Standard Test Methods for Determination of Static and Cyclic Fatigue Strength of Ceramic Modular Femoral Heads
Standard Test Method for Evaluating Knee Bearing (Tibial Insert) Endurance and Deformation Under High Flexion
Implants for surgery — Partial and total hip joint prostheses Part 4: Determination of endurance properties and performance of stemmed femoral components
Implants for surgery — Partial and total hip joint prostheses Part 6: Determination of endurance properties of head and neck region of stemmed femoral components
Implants for surgery — Partial and total hip-joint prostheses Part 10: Determination of resistance to static load of modular femoral heads