To facilitate orthopaedic bone cement handling, Medacta has added to its product portfolio a comprehensive range of options for cement and bone preparation.

MectaCem Bowl

MectaCem Bowl consists of a sterile disposable open bowl and spatula, designed for an easy and fast bone cement mixing.
Designed to mix up to two 40 g packs of all bone cement viscosities, it features proximal grooves to provide an optimal grip while mixing.


The EASYMIX® bowl is a sterile disposable vacuum mixing bowl featuring an optimized design which allows for a thorough mixing of up to 120 g of bone cement. While keeping exposure to monomer fumes to the minimum, the surgical team effort lessly produces a cement mix with minimum porosity. This is proven to be crucial to the long-term success of a joint replacement procedure[1].

Ergonomic design

Easy to operate and the optimized gearing makes mixing effortless.

Shaped Spatula and Curette

The spatula exactly matches the contour of the bowl. Spatula and curette are ergonomically shaped.

Vacuum Tubing with Charcoal Filter

Mixing under vacuum eliminates porosity in the cement mix and reduces exposure to monomer fumes.

Rotational Axis Paddle Design

Mixing from all angles to create a homogeneous cement mix with the least possible amount of unmixed powder.

High capacity

Mixes up to 120 g bone cement of any viscosity.

EASYMIX® pro-single mixing system is a sterile disposable vacuum system for safely mixing and injecting bone cements through dedicated nozzles.

Optimal Mixing Results

Mixing with the EASYMIX® pro-vacuum mixing system generates a homogenous mixed cement dough, reduces the porosity of the cement and the emission of monomer fumes[2].

Easy to Handle

The innovative closing mechanism of EASYMIX® pro ensures a fast setup and easy handling, while ensuring a reliable vacuum level throughout the entire mixing process. The closure with fixation ring does not have to be positioned with a specific orientation and can be locked with low force.


The EASYMIX® pro-single mixing system is composed of:

  1. Mixing cartridge (suitable for 40 to 80 g cement powder)
  2. Funnel
  3. Closure consisting of plunger with fixation ring and mixing rod
  4. Femoral pressurizer
  5. Tubing to connect to the vacuum pump
  6. Break-away

EASYMIX Disposable Nozzles

  1. Nozzle slim (ø8 mm, length 160 mm)
  2. Nozzle (ø11 mm, length 195 mm - already included in set)
  3. Nozzle revision (ø13 mm, length 270 mm)
  4. AMIS Nozzle

The AMIS Nozzle is a disposable curved cannula specifically designed to be used for the anterior approach in hip replacement. It is supplied in a sterile package containing two curved cannulas of ø9 and ø12 mm.


EASYMIX Reusable Instruments

  1. Cement injector
  2. Vacuum pump
  3. Compressed air hose (2 different types available)

The MectaCem BonePrep kit is used for the preparation of the medullary canal and acetabulum prior to placement of bone cement and/or prosthesis.

Reduced risk of infection

The use of single-use instrumentation can potentially reduce the risk of non-sterile instrument occurrences[3].

Fully Disposable, Sterile and Brand New

Time and costs related to instrument checking and collection, washing and sterilization are eliminated, resulting in savings for the hospital.

The MectaCem BonePrep kit is composed of:

  1. Femoral canal brush
  2. Two cement restrictors (ø12-18 mm and ø18-24 mm) and inserter
  3. Femoral canal absorber
  4. Two cement sculps
  5. Femoral pressurizer


MectaCem-X is the Medacta-branded bone cement supplied by Tecres Spa, a leading company in the manufacturing of acrylic resins. MectaCem-X is a safe and reliable bone cement with excellent mechanical performance and more than 30 years of clinical heritage [4,7]. With MectaCem-X, Medacta provides a modern bone cement that is easy to handle in modern vacuum mixing systems.



[1] Wang JS. (2005) The Benefit of Vacuum Mixing. In: The Well-Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasty. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
[2] Horas, U., Seidel, P. and Heiss, C. (2002) Vakuummischsysteme zur Knochenzementfertigstellung: ein Vergleich unterschiedlicher Systeme. Zeitschrift für Orthopädie und ihre Grenzgebiete, 140, 603-610.
[3] Siegel G. W., Patel N. N., Milshteyn M. A., Buzas D., Lombardo D. J., Morawa L. G., M.D., Cost Analysis and Surgical Site Infection Rates in Total Knee Arthroplasty Comparing Traditional vs Single-Use Instruments. The Journal of Arthroplasty 30; (2015): 2271-2274.
[4] Bialoblocka-Juszczyk E, Cristofolini L, Erani P, Viceconti M., Effect of long-term physiological activity on the long-term stem stability of cemented hip arthroplasty: in vitro comparison of three commercial bone cements. Proc Inst Mech Eng H. 2010;224(1):53-65. October 2010. 
[5] Rossi R, Bruzzone M, Bonasia DE, Ferro A, Castoldi F., No early tibial tray loosening after surface cementing technique in mobile-bearing TKA. Knee Surg Sports
Traumatol Arthrosc. 2010 Oct;18(10):1360-5. Epub 2010 Jun 10. 
[6] Li ZJ, Zhang K, Yang H, Liu Y, Lü JQ., Intraoperative monitoring for safety of total hip arthroplasty using third-generation cementing, January 2009.
[7] Söderlund P, et al. 10-year results of a new low-monomer cement: follow-up of a randomized RSA study. Acta Orthop. 2012 Dec;83(6):604-8. doi: 10.3109/17453674.2012.742392. Epub 2012 Nov 1.