Femur compression plate 7.0ChLP

femur compression plate
femur compression plate
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is used to treat the proximal femur. The main objective of the treatment with dynamic femoral plate is reconstruction of anatomical structure of the bone and earlier return of the patient to the public and professional life. INDICATIONS: femoral neck and head fractures; intertrochanteric fractures; pertrochanteric fractures; subtrochanteric fractures; fractures of femur diaphysis; malunions and non-union. Dynamic hip plate [3. 5314] is used for the treatment of the fractures of proximal part of the femur. The plate is a part of the ChLP locking plates system developed by ChM. The presented range of implants is made of titanium and its alloys in accordance with ISO 5832 standard. Quality Management Systems, ISO 9001, EN ISO 13 485 and the compliance with the requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC guarantee high quality of the offered implants.The implant system includes:• implants (dynamic hip plate, telescopic screws, locking screws and cortical screws),• instrument set used for plate implantation and removal,• surgical technique.IndicationThe main objective of the surgical treatment of fractures of the femur with plate [3. 5314] is reconstruction of the anatomical structure of the bone and earlier return of the patient to the public and professional life. The stabilization using this method provides: the possibility of precise fracture reduction, angularly stable immobilization of bone fragments while maintaining the blood supply.The plate is intended for the treatment of:• femoral neck and head fractures,• intertrochanteric fractures,• pertrochanteric fractures.• subtrochanteric fractures,• femoral shaft fractures,• mal-, and non-unions.


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