Foot compression bone screw TWIN CF

foot compression bone screw
foot compression bone screw
foot compression bone screw
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WIN CF Screw System For the treatment of neuropathic deformities such as Charcot foot TWIN CF stabilization screw Cannulated screw for individual compression The TWIN CF screws are used to stabilize the medial and lateral column, also in combination with osteotomies and arthrodeses in the midfoot and rearfoot. With the stabilisation screw variant, a stepless compression can be produced via the instrument set. The compressed state is then stabilized via the screw. TWIN CF compression screw Cannulated screw for automatic compression The two different thread pitches at the proximal and distal end provide compression directly during screw insertion TWINCF – DIAMETER OF 7,5 UP TO 5,0 MM For the medial and lateral column the screws are available with a diameter of 7,5 and 5,0 mm and in lengths of 60 up to 170mm CLEAR COLOUR CODING Blue for TWIN CF stabilization screws; gold for TWIN CF compression screws CANNULATED SCREWS All TWIN CF screws are cannulated to to make insertion easier and more precise. MICRO STRUCTURED THREAD SURFACE The surface structure of the screw threads is created by subtractive corundum blasting. The enhanced roughness supports osseointegration and leads to an enlarged implant surface which results in increased primary stability. GOOD POWER TRANSMISSION, SECURE ANCHORING Self-retaining hexalobe T27 STABILIZATION OF THE INDIVIDUALLY ADJUSTED COMPRESSION Identical thread pitches of head and shaft thread COMPRESSION SCREW DRIVER Enables insertion of the TWIN CF stabilization screw and compression of the medial column. DIRECT COMPRESSION Different thread pitches of head and shaft thread to achieve direct compression during driving in.


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