Simplicity, Efficiency, Performance
From simple primary to complex revision arthroplasty, Zimmer Biomet’s G7® Acetabular System is a modular system offering a comprehensive portfolio of shell, fixation and bearing options to establish a stable joint in THA. The G7 acetabular system is specifically designed to simplify implant and instrumet delivery for optimized operative efficiency and maximized clinical performance.
The G7 Acetabular System is specifically designed to simplify implant and instrument delivery for optimized operative efficiency and maximized clinical performance.
G7 PPS® Shell100%
Survivorship at 2 years1
Large range of Sizing Combinations2.7 million2
System combinations with one instrument platform
With PPS and BoneMaster
The G7 Acetabular System is compatible with ONE Planner Hip, a web-based preoperative planner for primary total hip arthroplasty. Using the auto-plan mode, surgeons can create a preoperative plan within five minutes.
ONE Planner Hip features an optional spinopelvic mobility assessment tool if both a sitting and standing lateral x-ray are provided with the AP X-ray. This web-based planner requires no onsite installation and adds no extra steps to the workflow.
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From joint preservation to complex revision arthroplasty, Zimmer Biomet offers a comprehensive portfolio of hip products that combine rich clinical heritage with modern technological advancements.
G7 Acetabular System Surgical Technique
The G7 System is designed to streamline the process from pre-surgical prep, to surgery, through cleaning and sterilization in order to minimize hospital costs and common OR frustrations.
Acetabular G7 Acetabular System Animation
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