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The BSC-Cup pressfit
(closed/ 3 hole)

The spherical BSC Hip Cup developed in collaboration with Prof. Dr. med. G. Biehl, has the purpose to achieve the optimal restoration of the anatomical cup function of the hip joint under physiological load. The press-fit cup is slightly flattened at the pole and is larger in diameter than the prereamed acetabular bed in the bone. 11 diameter sizes from 46 to 66 mm allow an optimal adaptation to the anatomical conditions. A good secondary stability is achieved through a rough surface coating of pure titanium with a roughness value of Ra 30-35 μm so that a good osseointegration is ensured. In addition, bone screws may be used.

Both polyethylene and ceramic liners are available. 4 liner sizes cover all 11 cup sizes. The polyethylene liners are also available in a 10° dysplasia version with an anti-dislocation shoulder.

It‘s possible to use ballheads with 36mm diameter from cup size 50 with ceramic liners. From cup size 54 it‘s possible to use 40 ballheads in ceramic.

  • Material: The BSC-Cup consists of pure titanium ISO 5832-2.
  • Surface structure of the prosthesis: The outer shell of the cup has a pure titanium coating which achieves a roughness grade Ra 30-35µm.
  • Cup shape: The pressfit cup is slightly flattened on the pole and is larger in diameter than the prereamed cup bed. If necessary the primary stability can be increased by attaching additional screws.
  • Size classification: The product range offers 11 sizes, from a diameter of 46 to 66 mm and allows optimal adaptation to the anatomical conditions.
  • Cup inserts: The inserts are available both in ceramic and polyethylene inserts. The polyethylene inserts are also available in a dysplasia model with luxation-securing shoulder.

An easy-to-handle instrument allows convenient and proper implantation of the BSC-Cup pressfit. Once the cup bearing has been milled, it is possible to determine the right size with the test-cup. Exact coordination between the instrument and the implant allows secure, efficient and precise work.