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PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation Nail

Optimized anatomical design
The anatomical design guarantees an optimal fit in the femur

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



PAT Proximal Femoral Antirotation 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

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