Proximal Femur

Proximal Femur

  1. Small Plate
    Small design in size of the locking plate provides the feasibility of less invasive surgery.
  2. Locking Mechanism
    • Avoids pulling out of the cannulated locking screws.
    • Effectively prevents postoperative rotation of femoral neck.
  3. Cannulated locking Screws
    Cannulated locking screws with long and short self-cutting thread for intraoperative compression choice, depends on the fracture site.
  4. Angular Stability
    Angular stability can be achieved on fracture site by using three cannulated locking screws.
  5. Two Holes Design with Guide Wire
    For temporary fixation of the plate.
  6. Anatomical Design of the Locking Plate
    Provides a well-fi t to lateral wall of proximal femur.
  7. Matrix Arrangement of the Guiding Holes
    Matrix arrangement of the guiding holes on aiming block provides a one-to-one correspondence mechanism for accurate guide wire positioning, brings an ideal fixation of 7.3mm cannulated locking screws.

 

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