The implant was developed at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom in 1976 and some independent studies since then have shown a 91 percent success rate. The device is still the only fully mobile-bearing partial knee system approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
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Biomet's Oxford Partial Knee System Turns 35Written by Laura Miller | October 12, 2011
Biomet recently celebrated the 35th anniversary of its Oxford Partial Knee System, which is still used today for patients with knee arthritis, according to a Biomet news release.
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