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What is the Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System?

Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System is a medical device used in shoulder replacement surgery. It is designed to provide a customizable, anatomic solution to restore shoulder function and relieve pain. The system includes stemless implants that are minimally invasive, preserving as much of the patient’s natural bone and soft tissue as possible.

Design and Features of Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System

The implants come in a range of sizes, angles, and offset options to ensure a precise fit for each patient. The implants are made from biocompatible materials such as titanium and cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy, which provide durability and longevity.

Benefits of Using Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System

The benefits of using Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System include:

  • Minimally invasive surgical techniques that preserve bone and soft tissue
  • Reduced pain and improved function of the shoulder
  • Customizable implants and surgical techniques for each patient
  • Biocompatible materials for durability and longevity
  • Reduced risk of complications associated with traditional shoulder replacement surgery

Surgical Procedure Using Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System

The surgical procedure using Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System involves several steps, including:

  • General anesthesia or regional anesthesia.
  • Making a small incision in the shoulder area.
  • Removing the damaged or diseased parts of the shoulder joint.
  • Preparing the bone surfaces for implantation.
  • Selecting and inserting the appropriate stemless implant based on the patient's unique anatomy.
  • Closing the incision.

Recovery and Rehabilitation After Surgery with Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System

Recovery and rehabilitation after surgery with Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System involve several stages, including:

  • Hospital stay of 1-2 days
  • Pain management and physical therapy to improve range of motion and strength
  • Use of a sling or brace for several weeks
  • Gradual return to normal activities over several months

Potential Complications of Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System

Potential complications of Catalyst's Archer™ CSR Total Shoulder Stemless Bone-Sparing System include:

  • Infection
  • Dislocation
  • Implant failure
  • Nerve or blood vessel damage
  • Allergic reaction to implant materials
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Albany, NY 12205

250 Delaware Avenue
Suite 200, Delmar, NY 12054

  • UVM med school
  • Brown
  • University of Rochester Medical Center
  • mid Atlantic shoulder and elbow society
  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • The University of Vermont Medical Center
  • Brown University
  • University of Rochester
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • New England Shoulder and Elbow Society
  • American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons