The Stanford-Jaipur Knee, also known as the Jaipur Knee, mimics normal human gait by providing stability in stance and easy movement.
The Jaipur knee is based on the polycentric concept and is designed using the four-bar linkage geometry. It is made from oil-impregnated nylon. It comprises an upper and lower body block, two side linkages and a mid linkage, held together by four steel bolts. The body blocks have segments for socket and pylon attachment.
The Jaipur Knee has been fitted on over 5,000 patients and BMVSS has received a very positive feedback in terms of acceptability, compliance, durability and performance.
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