The Titanium Wrist Plating System Technique is designed for fixation of intra-articular and extra-articular fractures, osteotomies, as well as nonunions and malunions of the distal radius. The titanium volar plates are available in a wide array of sizes (narrow, standard, and wide) and in multiple shaft lengths. A variety of screw fixation options, aiming guides, and instrumentation allows for customization according to surgeon preference and complexity of the fracture. The Titanium Wrist Plating System is developed to provide the answer to your distal fixation repairs.
Plates are developed to fit the anatomy and contours of the distal radius for a low-profile repair and anatomic reduction of the fracture.
In addition to a comprehensive plate selection, multiple screw options are available including fixed angle locking, variable angle locking, and nonlocking screws.
Fracture patterns create unique challenges and the variety of fixation options included allow multiple solutions for even the most complex fracture patterns.
Separated into individual caddies, the instrumentation for the 2.4 mm and 3.5 mm screws are easy to identify. The screws sit in a graduated tray to ensure the proper screw length is selected, reducing the time needed to measure screws by hand.