Tibia compression plate 3.7238.60 series
medialdistallocking

tibia compression plate
tibia compression plate
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Characteristics

Applications
tibia
Part of bone
distal, medial
Locking
locking
Materials
titanium
Length

56 mm, 66 mm
(2.2 in, 2.6 in)

Number of holes

4 unit, 5 unit

Description

This surgical technique applies to 5.0ChLP locked plating system used for stabilization of distal tibia fractures. The plates are a part of the ChLP locked plating system developed by ChM.The presented range of implants is made of materials in accordance with ISO 5832 standards. The system includes: • implants (plates and screws), • instrument set used in the surgery, • surgical technique. Plate selection and shaping The plates are available in different lengths.This allows for optimal selection of the implant to the fracture type. Shaping of the plates is allowed. IMPLANT FEATURES This system includes also compatible locking screws.To facilitate their identification, both titanium plate and screws are brown anodized. Design aligned with anatomy • optimized anatomical profile • fit to a wide range of anatomies • facilitated anatomical reduction Tapered plate thickness • minimized soft-tissue irritation in epiphysis • high plate strength in the shaft and metaphysis Chamfered plate borders • minimized soft-tissue irritation • improved stress distribution K-wire holes • provisional plate positioning • mimic periarticular screws trajectory Bottom undercuts of the shaft part • limited bone-to-plate contact • better blood circulation of periimplant tissues Compression hole • oblong hole for plate positioning • compression in two directions possible

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