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Femoral intramedullary nail CHARFIX2
proximal

femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
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Characteristics

Joint / bone
femur
Part of bone
proximal

Description

CHARFIX2 anatomical femoral nail is a next generation nail that is shaped in several planes to better match the femur anatomy. The nail can be inserted through the lateral insertion point. This makes the implantation easier and results with less trauma to the patient. The nail enables to fix femur applying static, dynamic, compression or reconstructive intramedullary osteosynthesis. Instruments included in the instrument set give several options for opening and preparation of the intramedullary canal. The bone tamping mechanism applied in the two-step drill enables a better stabilization while drilling in the femoral neck. Indications: femur shaft fractures; subtrochanteric and intratrochanteric fractures; femur neck fracture; pathological fractures; pseudarthrosis; malunion and non-union treated with other methods. a new system of intramedullary locking nails designed on the basis of existing CHARFIX system of ChM sp. z o.o,• combines experience of ChM sp. z o.o with up-to-date, innovative design solutions in intramedullary osteosynthesis,• enables complex supply of long bones fractures using methods of intramedullary static, dynamic, compression and reconstruction osteosynthesis.The presented range of implants is made of titanium and its alloys and implantable steel in accordance with ISO 5832 standard. Compliance with the requirements of Quality Management Systems ISO 9001, EN ISO 13485 and the requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices guarantee high quality of the of-fered implants.

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