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The GV20 is a connector developed with osseointegration prosthesis users in mind. Together with users we developed a unique connector which meets the needs of users in terms of safety, ease of use and comfort. The connector is mainly used below the knee.

The GV20 serves as a lower limb interface between an osseointegrated implant and a standard commercial prosthesis. The device aims to help restore mobility for amputee patients by providing a link of an artificial extension of the patient's amputated limb. Proximally, the connector is attached to the taper sleeve or anti-rotation locking washer cunstruct of the osseointegrated implant system. Distally, the connector features a standard four-hole pyramid commonly used in the prosthetic industry, allowing it to be attached to a standard leg prosthesis.

GV20 connector

The GV20 safety mechanism helps to optimize the torque applied to the bone-anchor by disengaging at a predetermined level. Once disengaged, the device can easilty be re-engaged with the implant. Different types of failsafe safety mechanisms are available to help with the learning process for new users.

GV20 connector
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