Shoulder HemiCAP

Hemiarthroplasty System

The HemiCAP® Contoured Articular Prosthetic implant incorporates an articular component and a taper post component that mate together via a morse taper interlock to provide stable and immobile fixation of the implant and stress bearing contact at the bone/prosthetic interface.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Anatomically matched with 37 implant convexities1,2
    • Multiple diameters and convexities to treat a variety of shoulder pathologies2
    • Minimal bone removal2,3,4,5,6
  • Stemless arthroplasty for Hill-Sachs, AVN, locked dislocators, traumatic lesions, focal chondral defects, and OA7
  • Clinically proven published peer reviewed data
    • Low revision rate6,8
    • Low complication rate5,9
  • Helps restore the anatomic articular surface by maintaining proximal humeral bone stock, restores articular congruity, and minimizes soft-tissue trauma7

Shoulder HemiCAP is available in the U.S.

Shoulder HemiCAP is available in select OUS markets.

Anika products may not be available in all geographies. Product availability is subject to the regulatory clearances in individual markets. Please reach out to your local representative or Contact Us if you have questions about specific market approvals.

For complete product information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, and precautions, please refer to the Instructions for Use found here.

  1. Young, B. and Karas, S. Partial Humeral Head Arthroplasty, Glenoid Allograft Augmentation, and Open Bankart Reconstruction for Critical Bone Loss and Engaging Hill-Sachs Lesion. Video Journal of Sports Medicine (VJSM), 3(3), 2023
  2. Bilge, O., Doral, M. and Miniaci, A. Focal anatomic resurfacing implantation for bilateral humeral and femoral heads’ avascular necrosis in a patient with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and literature review. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, 17 (2015) 128–132
  3. Moros, C. and Ahmad, C. Partial humeral head resurfacing and Latarjet coracoid transfer for treatment of recurrent anterior glenohumeral instability. Orthopedics. 2009 Aug; 32(8)
  4. Visco, A. et al. Surface Arthroplasty for Treating Primary and/or Secondary Shoulder Osteoarthritis by Means of the HemiCAP-Arthrosurface System. Sociedade Brasileira de Ortopedia e Traumatologia. 2012
  5. Uribe JW, Botto-van Bemden A, Partial humeral head resurfacing for osteonecrosis, J Shoulder Elbow Surg (2009) 18, 711-716
  6. Sweet, S. et al. Primary Partial Humeral Head Resurfacing. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 43, No. 3, 2015
  7. Dawson, C. et al. The Management of Localized Articular Cartilage Lesions of the Humeral Head in the Athlete. Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine. Vol. 16, Issue 1, Jan. 2008, Pg. 14-20
  8. Bixby, E. et al. Partial Humeral Head Resurfacing for Avascular Necrosis. Arthroscopy Techniques, Vol 9, No 1 (January), 2020: pp e185-e189
  9. Bessette, M. et al. Partial Resurfacing for Humeral Head Defects Associated with Recurrent Shoulder Instability. Orthopedics. 2017; 40(6):e996-e1003

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