Femoral intramedullary nail Navy-S A/R
titanium

femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
femoral intramedullary nail
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Characteristics

Joint / bone
femur
Materials
titanium
Length

Min.: 280 mm
(11 in)

Max.: 460 mm
(18.1 in)

Distal diameter

Min.: 10 mm
(0.4 in)

Max.: 13 mm
(0.5 in)

Description

Navy A/R - S(Universal) Femoral Nail Navy-S is a titanium nail designed for the treatment of femoral fractures. Thanks to its novelty design, the same nail can be used both of Antegrade and Retrograde operating techniques of both left and right femur. With its wide range of indication lengths of femur, Navy-S gives flexibility for the surgeon to choose the most appropriate approach to reach fracture. The nail has a fully cannulated body, compatible with guide-wire applications, and offers a 10 mm compression range. Indications Femoral Shaft Fractures Ipsilateral hip/shaft fractures Ipsilateral femur/tibia fractures (floating knee) Supracondylar fractures including those with intraarticular extension Fractures proximal to a knee implant Osteoporotic fractures Pathologic / impending pathologic fractures Malunions / nonunions Nail's key figures Nail length 280 mm to 460 mm in 20 mm increment Proximal Diameter 13 mm Distal Diameter 10 mm to 13 mm in 1 mm increment Compression Range 10 mm End Cap Length 0 mm to 10 mm in 5 mm increments Internal thread to secure the cap to the Smm Hex Driver Compression and Cortical Screws' key figures Length 30 mm to 1 20 mm in 5 mm increment Diameter 5 mm Internal thread to secure the screw to the Smm Hex Driver. Compression Screw with threaded tip and 5 mm shaft to withstand compression load
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