Distal Femur

  1. Conventional or minimal-invasive technique
      • Conventional Bridge Plating Technique
      • Minimally Invasive Technique: Percutaneous and submuscular insertion of the plate does not disrupt the cortical blood supply.
  2. Angular stability
    • Locking screws offer angular stability for optimal purchase and reduced stress on the bone.
    • Optimized screw position in the condyle maximizes the bone purchase and avoids penetrating into the intercondylar notch and atellofemoral joint.
  3. Anatomically pre-contoured plate
    • Anatomical shape of the plate and locked construct avoid intraoperative contouring.
  4. Low profile plate, proximal tapered end
    • Highly polished smooth edges and proximal tapered end for minimized soft tissue irritation.
  5. Instrumentation set for minimal invasive surgery
    • Minimally invasive insertion handle available.


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