* Study concluded that considering the small case number, the results should be interpreted with caution

  1. Kim, Yeong-Joon, et al. "Mid-Term Results of Oxford Medial Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty in Young Asian Patients Less than 60 Years of Age: A Minimum 5-Year Follow-up." Knee Surgery & Related Research 29.2 (2017): 122.
  2. Xue, H. et al. Up to twelve year follow-up of the Oxford phase three unicompartmental knee replacement in China: seven hundred and eight knees from an independent centre. International Orthopaedics (SICOT). DOI 10.1007/s00264-017-3492-4. Published online: 10 May 2017.
In the United States (US), the Oxford® Mobile Bearing Partial Knee is intended for use in individuals with osteoarthritis or avascular necrosis limited to the medial compartment of the knee and is intended to be implanted with bone cement; it is not indicated for use in the lateral compartment or patients with ligament deficiency. In the United states, the Oxford® Fixed Lateral is intended for use in individuals with osteoarthritis or avascular necrosis limited to the lateral compartment of the knee and is intended to be implanted with bone cement.  Various countries outside of the US offer Oxford partial knees intended for cementless application; these devices are not available for sale in the US.  Please check your local product clearances. Potential risks of knee replacement surgery include, but are not limited to, loosening, dislocation, bone or implant fracture, wear, and infection, any of which can require additional surgery.