BPK-S Integration

Brehm Precision Knee System (BPK-S)

A Single System For Every Indication

The addition of new implant components has expanded the BPK-S Integration knee system into a comprehensive full system that provides solutions for nearly every initial setting in total knee arthroplasty. The use of stems is required for the fixation of the components of the Semi-Constrained (SC), Rotating Hinge (RH), and Total Hinge (TH) systems. This manual describes the intramedullary implantation technique for the Semi-Constrained (SC) components and for the Rotating Hinge and Total Hinge (RH and TH) components. The existing Unconstrained (UC) version with the "Fix", "Mobile", and "Deep Dish" insert options has been expanded to include the Semi-Constrained (SC) design. Rotating or Total Hinge (RH, TH) designs are also available with two knee axis versions to address high-grade instability.


Maximum Flexibility and Effectiveness

  • Compatibility between systems and modularity
  • Freely selectable degree of constraint and level of stability
  • Efficient modular implant system

Uncompromised stability

Stable and reliable restoration of joint kinematics

  • Joint stability over the entire weight-bearing articulation
  • No compromise between congruence and freedom of motion
  • Excellent abrasion behaviour

Metal-free solution

Completely metal-free solution for all existing challenges

  • Excellent biologic behavior
  • Greater safety against infection
  • No known allergic reactions
  • Significant reduction in particulate wear



The first implantation of the BPK-S INTEGRATION Ceramic knee prosthesis in Belgium was performed by Christian Quintart, MD, Head of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology, Hospital Jolimont (La Louvière), on 20. February 2019.

Have a look at the video here https://www.rtl.be/info/video/698872.aspx




Efficient and precise surgical technique:

Primary implantation

  • Soft-tissue based surgical technique with constant monitoring of joint space
  • Precise balance of joint space in extension and flexion prior to the first osteotomy
  • No distal reference osteotomy, secondary resection largely avoided


  • Stable and efficient setup for revision cases
  • Joint line reconstruction with reference stems
  • Joint space in extension and flexion balanced prior to the first osteotomy


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