Kirschner orthopedic pins
De Soutter Medical range of K-wires include double trocar, single trocar, threaded and wire guides Our Stericut® range is constantly expanding, please contact us if you would like details of our K-wire range.
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... of arthrodesis, osteotomies , consolidation disorders such as pseudarthrosis or malunion, or lengthening of long bones. The pins can also be used as a guide when installing other osteosynthesis equipment.
GENERAL ACCESSORIES Kirschner Wires, Trocar/Round 17.02.01.09100 17.02.01.09150 17.02.01.10150 17.02.01.11100 17.02.01.12100 17.02.01.12150 17.02.01.13150 0.9 x 100 mm 0.9 x 150 mm 1.0 x 150 mm 1.1 x 100 mm 1.2 x 100 ...
Kirschner needle: Using Kirschner needles is the most traditional method of fixing pins in the use of less than 3 mm.
Arthrex offers a comprehensive plate and screw system designed to help treat all clavicle fracture classifications.
Threaded Kirschner wire Material: steel
Indikation: Temporary and definitive fixation of bone fragments
Micromed Kirschner Wire Our Kirschner wire consists of 1.4441 implant steel. Micromed Kirschner wires are generally delivered non-sterile and each packaging unit contains 10 pieces. Our ...
... single use K-wires & pins are available K-Wires – trocar tip and double trocar from 0.8mm to 3.0mm in a variety of lengths. Fully threaded and thread tips. Stainless steel and titanium options. Steinmann ...
... safety in the first place Kirschner wires from LZQ are certified top quality at the highest level. Our wires are not simply "sharpened", the production of the K-Wires is celebrated in the highest quality. Every single ...
INDICATIONS ■ Long bone fractures of the upper and lower limbs (diaphyseal and epiphyseal fractures), carpal, tarsal and metacarpal bones, metatarsal, bones, phalanges and treatment of osteotomies
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