DJO Surgical, a surgical division of DJO Global, has launched Turon Modular Shoulder System for shoulder joint replacement surgery.
The Turon uses proprietary intrinsic modular indexable neck (IMIN) technology, a patented clocking feature that provides the ability to dial in the humeral neck shaft angle position.
The clocking feature aids the surgeon to fit the patient’s anatomy without the need for adjunctive screw fixation and complex jigs and back table fixtures.
Steadman Hawkins Clinic orthopedic shoulder surgeon Richard Hawkins said along with the modularity in different humeral head and glenoid sizes, the Turon shoulder enables them to achieve a more anatomic fit and thus better outcomes for their patients.
DJO Global CEO Mike Mogul said the addition of Turon along with Reverse Shoulder Prosthesis demonstrates to move orthopedic technology forward in shoulder replacement surgery.