The Klassic ONE® instrumentation set can support 90% of cases with no patient-specific customization, templating, additional imaging, or disposables.
Utilization of the auxiliary tray which includes micro/macro sizing allows 100% of primary cases to be performed. Our ability to deliver such a streamlined system is due to the innovative, patented design developed by our engineers, resulting in a tray system that meets AORN standards for weight and are fully validated for cleaning and sterilization.
To deliver such a streamlined system our engineering team redesigned every instrument from the ground up. In doing so we could re-think how and why tools were being used by surgeons. The result was that our engineers designed functionality, aesthetics, and ergonomics into every element of the process. Delivering high quality, lightweight, intuitive and effective instruments for the physician and patient.
With no shortage of sizes or options, the Klassic® ONE system comprises intuitive, carefully designed instruments to provide predictable, reproducible results.
Primary and Auxiliary tray layouts are designed to standardize instrument locations across CR/Ultra-PS® and PS-Post™ systems. Standardization allows faster location of instruments when they are needed.
Klassic® ONE eliminates excess waste and extraneous steps while streamlining the surgical technique; we call this Efficiency by Design.
Michael P. Bolognesi, MD
Durham, North Carolina
"To use a system that's simple, that's efficient, that doesn't require an excessive amount of trays, that has evolved as the TJO engineers have heard surgeon feedback; It's just made it a very rewarding opportunity and an easy situation to deliver care in your clinic or OR."
Christopher E. Pelt, MD
Salt Lake City, Utah
“One of the big advantages with TJO is they thought not just about the implant, but also about the instrumentation. The engineering that goes into the instrumentation side of the implants with TJO is really well thought out even to the scale of reusing the same instruments for multiple purposes and decreasing the number of instruments on the field.”
STRIVE FOR EFFICIENCY
Most modern implant companies vary in the trays and instrumentation needed to perform the surgery with some needing up to 9 trays of instruments per case. A decrease in surgical trays allows for faster set up and turn around as well as decreased sterilization and storage costs. This added savings from reduced surgical trays comes with no detriment to the patient and if these benefits are extrapolated over a year in a high-volume practice, the returns in cost reduction are significant. This increased efficiency can reduce preparation time by 20 minutes per case (Tibesku et al. 2013a). Fewer instruments may lead to clinical benefits as well. If fewer instruments are opened and OR preparation time is reduced, instruments spend less time exposed, thereby reducing potential contamination and increasing patient safety (Dalstrom et al. 2008).8