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Intramedullary Nails

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Intramedullary nails are used to align and stabilize long bone fractures. They are inserted into the bone marrow canal in the centre of the long bones of the extremities (e.g. femur and  tibia).

 

One of the significant advantages of intramedullary nails over other methods of fixation is that Intramedullary nails share the load with the bone, rather that entirely support the bone. Because of this, patients are able to use the extremity more quickly.

 

BIOTEK offers a wide range of intramedullary nails in titanium for femur and tibia.

 

Our product range includes:


·         Proximal Femoral Nail-Antirotation

·         Antegrade-Reconstruction Femoral Nail

·         Proximal Femoral Nail

·         Femoral Interlocking Nail

·         Tibial Interlocking Nail

Intramedullary Nails


Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation
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Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation

PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail Optimal Fit:

the anatomical design guarantees an optimal fit in the femur

 

The PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail has a medial-lateral

angle of 6°: this allows insertion at the tip of the greater trochanter

 

Optimal stress distribution: the flexible PAT Proximal Femoral

Antirotation Nail tip eases insertion and reduces stress on the bone

at the tip of the PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail

 

Several distal locking options: static or dynamic locking

can be performed via the aiming arm

 

Indications:

·       Pertrochanteric fractures (31-A1 and 31-A2)

·       Intertrochanteric fractures (31-A3)

·       High subtrochanteric fractures (32-A1)

 

Contraindications:

  • Low subtrochanteric fractures
  • Femoral shaft fractures
  • Isolated or combined medial femoral neck fractures



Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail Blade

PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail-Blade

 

Rotational and angular stability achieved with one single element

 

Compaction of cancellous bone: inserting PAT Proximal Femoral

Antirotation Blade compacts the cancellous bone providing additional

anchoring, which is especially important in osteoporotic bone.

 

Large surface and increasing core diameter guarantee maximum compaction and optimal hold in bone: increased stability caused by

bone compaction around the PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Blade

has been biomechanically proven to retard rotation and varus collapse.

Biomechanical tests have demonstrated that the PAT Proximal Femoral

Antirotation Blade had a significantly higher cut-out resistance in

comparison with commonly-used screw systems.

 

Lateral locking - fast and reliable insertion of the PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Blade: all surgical steps required

to insert the PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Blade are performed

through lateral incision. The PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Blade is

automatically locked to prevent rotation of the blade and femoral head




Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail Blade
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Antegrade Reconstruction Femoral Nail
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Antegrade Reconstruction Femoral Nail

OPTIMIZED ANATOMICAL DESIGN

·        Shorter learning curve

·        Easier surgical procedure due to streamlined instrumentation

·        Easier insertion and extraction

·        Easier and safer access to entry side

·        Less soft tissue damage

·        Lower risk of avascular necrosis

·        Accurate distal targeting device to save surgical time

 

IMPROVED LOCKING OPTIONS

·        Higher angular stability through multiplanar screws

·        Less damage of soft tissues

·        Improved mechanical resistance

 

RECON LOCKING INDICATIONS

·        The PAT Femoral Nail with recon locking is indicated for fractures in the femoral shaft in case of combination with femoral neck fractures 32-A/B/C combined with 31-B (double ipsilateral fractures)

·        Additionally the PAT Femoral Nail is indicated for fractures in the subtrochanteric section: 32-A[1-3].1 and 32-B[1-3].1

 

STANDARD LOCKING INDICATIONS

·        The PAT Femoral Nail with standard locking is indicated for fractures in the femoral shaft: 32-A/B/C (except subtrochanteric fractures 32-A[1-3].1 and 32-B[1-3].1

 

·        Proximal locking - greater trochanter to lesser trochanter




Proximal Femoral Nail

·       The PAT Proximal Femoral Nail is available in titanium alloy

·       Total Length: 240 mm

·       Anatomical 6° ML angle

·       A choice of static and/or dynamic interlocking

·       Flexible distal nail end minimizes stress concentration

·       Distal diameters 9, 10, 11 and 12 mm to enable unreamed insertion

·       Proximal diameter 15.0 mm

·       Self-tapping Hip Pin Ø 6.3 mm for true rotational stability

·       Self tapping Femoral Neck Screw Ø 9.0 mm

·       Distal Locking Bolt Ø 4.9 mm

 

INDICATIONS:

·       Pertrochanteric fractures

·       Intertrochanteric fractures

·       High subtrochanteric fractures

 

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

·       Low subtrochanteric fractures

·       Femoral shaft fractures

·        Isolated or combined medial femoral neck fractures




Proximal Femoral Nail
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Femoral Interlocking Nail
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Femoral Interlocking Nail

  •  Indicated for simple and multifragment fractures of the femoral shaft.  
  •  Available in Titanium alloy (As per ISO 5832-3) & Stainless Steel AISI 316 L. 
  •  Length: 300mm to 480mm.
  •  Nail dia.: 10.0mm to 15.0mm.
  •  Proximal dia: 13.0 to 15.0mm.

 

Screw sizes

 

Proximal locking                                 4.9mm

Distal locking                                      4.9mm




Tibial Interlocking Nail

ADVANCED NAIL DESIGN:

·       New anatomic bend for ease of nail insertion

·       Titanium alloy for improved mechanical and fatigue properties

·       Cannulated nails (from Ø 8 mm to Ø 11 mm), enabling nail insertion over guide wire

·       The 2.5 mm or 3.0 mm ball tipped guide wires may be removed through the nail and insertion handle assembly

 

VERSATILE PROXIMAL LOCKING OPTIONS:

·       Three unique and innovative locking options increase the stability of the proximal fragment for proximal third fractures

·       Two state of the art medio-lateral locking options enable primary compression or secondary controlled dynamization

 

ADVANCED DISTAL LOCKING OPTIONS:

·       Extreme distal locking option to prevent soft tissue damage and increase stability of the distal fragment

·       Two medio-lateral and two antero-posterior locking options for stability of the distal fragment

 

STANDARD LOCKING SCREWS:

Ø 3.9 mm for distal locking in Ø 8 mm and Ø 9 mm tibial nails

Ø 4.9 mm for distal locking in Ø 10 mm to Ø 11 mm tibial nails

Ø 4.9 mm for proximal locking in Ø 8 mm to Ø 11 mm tibial nails




Tibial Interlocking Nail
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Biotek (Chetan Meditech Pvt. Ltd.)
Ms. Shweta Patel (Director)
Opposite V. S. Hospital, Ellisbridge
Ahmedabad - 380006, Gujarat, India

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