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|Pack:||1pc/box||Warranty:||3 -5 Years|
|Fuction:||Pnfa Fracture||Instrument Classification:||Class III|
Titanium Proximal Femoral Nail,
Implanted Proximal Femoral Nail,
Antirotation PNFA Intramedullary Interlocking Nail
Product: Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation pnfa intramedullary interlocking nail
1. Indications for UFN/CFN – Locking:
The nail must be inserted carefully so as to limit the distraction on the fractured side (healing promotion). The distal end should be locked first. Before locking the proximal end, ensure that the fracture is not distracted. To close any fracture gap in a simple fracture, knock back the distally locked bone fragment with the slotted hammer. Placing screws in both distal locking holes minimizes screw deformation. In general, the femoral nails must be locked both proximally and distally. Axially stable and rotationally unstable fractures can be locked dynamically in the long slot (primary dynamization). Axially and rotationally unstable fractures should be locked statically both proximally and distally. In cases where stability cannot be assessed, or can only be assessed with difficulty, the more restrictive form of locking should always be selected.
2. Intended Use
Intramedullary Nailing Implants are intended to be used for temporary fixation and stabilization of long bones in various anatomical regions such as proximal femur, femoral shaft, tibia and humerus. Ankle Fusion Nails are intended for tibiotalocalcaneal arthrodesis. TEN and STEN Nails are used as single implant or in pairs for Elastic Stable Intramedullary Fixation (ESIN).
Contact Person: Jerry Meng