Fortunately, new developments in highly cross-linked polyethylene have led to lower initial wear rates.
What does HCLPE stand for?
HCLPE stands for Highly Cross-Linked Polyethylene
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Verilast technology is a combination of the company's Oxinium material and highly cross-linked polyethylene.
These include metal-on-metal (MOM), ceramic, and highly cross-linked polyethylene implants.
The material also provides greater strength when compared to first-generation remelted highly cross-linked polyethylenes, according to the company.