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iKnee Tibia Instrumentation Reference Guide

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iKNEE UNIVERSAL TIBIAL INSTRUMENTATION REFERENCE GUIDE iKNEE UNIVERSAL TIBIAL Instrument Set contains: 001701-01 iKnee Universal Tibial Set Part Number Description 001687-02 2mm Fixed Shim 001647-04 Cut Shim, 4mm 001648-01 Capture for Cutting Guide 001645-01 Extension Guide Assembly 001679-01 Ankle V Mount 001683-01 Ankle Dovetail Slide 001685-01 Ankle Locking Pin 001658-01 Stylus 001660-01 5/16 Drop Rod 001675-01 Drop Rod Support 001662-01 3/8 Hex Connector 001668-01 Spiked Arm Support 001667-01 Spiked Arm Extension 001688-01/02/03/04 O-Ring (3 in./3.5in./4in./5in.) 001678-01 Universal Cutting Guide

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION Ankle V Mount Assembly Cutting Block (choose appropriate cutting block side (right or left). Tibial Arm Assembly Attaching Tibia Spike Arm Assembly 2

Attaching O Ring Band to Ankle V Mount Assembly Attaching Tibial Stylus Attaching Shims and Capture The Hex Connector (white arrow) is used with the capture to secure the capture to the cutting block. The trilobe thumb screw will tighten down onto the Hex Connector. The capture is right and left. Remember to tighten trilobe thumb Screw to secure saw blade capture. 3

Drop Rod Support and Hex Connector The Hex Connector fits into the Drop Rod Support (white arrow). The Hex Connector fits into the cutting block (white arrow). Tighten the trilobe to secure the Hex Connector to the cutting block. Drop Rod B A

POSITIONING iKNEE UNIVERSAL TIBIAL GUIDE 01 Place the ankle mount on the front of tibia. An elastic O-Ring is available if further fixation is needed. Extend the tibial hex rod to the level of the tibial joint line and extend the proximal tibial attachment 02 arm so that it rests on top of the tibia. 03 Place the proximal tibial attachment arm over the top of the tibial spines. Place threaded pin in the first hole so that it enters the bone between the back part of the tibial spines. Note: only a few threads are needed to hold proximal attachment in place. Avoid trauma to posterior blood vessels as noted above trauma to posterior blood vessels. Place a second pin once desired rotation is achieved.

04 Adjust tibia guide to achieve desired slope by using trilobe thumb screw. Note: Correct slope is achieved when the long axis of the tibial guide is parallel to the long axis of the fibula. Tighten tri-lobe screw so position is maintained 05 Adjust tibia guide to achieve desired varus/valgus alignment by using the trilobe thumb screw. Note: Correct varus/valgus alignment is achieved when the shaft of the tibial guide is in the center of the tibia. Tighten tri-lobe screw by hand so position is maintained.

06 The 2 mm tip of the stylus is used when referencing the lowest level of the affected compartment of the tibia. If using the unaffected side use the 9 mm tip. 07 08 Option 1 (leave Extension Assembly in place for tibial cut) OR Option 2 (remove Extension Assembly completely)

09 The surgeon can choose to use the cutting block as an open/non-capture block or use the captured B guide. A Open/Non-captured Guide B A Without the EM tibial guide in place Captured Guide With the EM tibial guide in place

CONTACT INFORMATION For more information or a product demonstration, contact your Operativ sales representative, or call 1-425-284-7262 in the United States. 11321 NE 120th St. Kirkland, WA 98034 425-284-7262 425-968-7555

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