Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty

Dynamic simulation of RSA

Project Info

Start date:
January 2017

End date:
December 2017

Funding:
Hirslanden Clinique La Colline

Coordinator:
Artanim

Summary

The goal of this project is to simulate reverse shoulder prostheses (RSA) to evaluate the variability of several biomechanical factors and the impact on the range of motion. In particular, we are interested in evaluating the effect of glenoid lateralization, humeral inclination and critical shoulder angle (CSA). These computer-assisted simulations will provide operating parameters which aim to minimize the onset of articular conflicts and luxations.

In this project, Artanim is responsible for dynamically simulating reverse shoulder prostheses from kinematic data.

Partners

Artanim
Simulation of reverse shoulder prostheses

Hirslanden Clinique La Colline – Division of Orthopedic and Trauma Surgery
Clinical tests

Related Publications

A. Läderman, E. Tay, P. Collin, S. Piotton, J.C.H. Chiu, A. Michelet, C. Charbonnier. Effect of critical shoulder angle, glenoid lateralization and humeral inclination on range of motion in reverse shoulder arthroplasty, Bone Joint Res, 8:378-386, 2019.
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C. Charbonnier, E. Tay, P. Collin, S. Piotton, J.C.H. Chiu, A. Michelet, A. Läderman. Effect of critical shoulder angle, glenoid lateralization and humeral inclination on ROM in reverse shoulder arthroplasty, Swiss Med Wkly, 149(Suppl. 236):2S, 2019.
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