Orthopedic drill bit Freedom™

orthopedic drill bit
orthopedic drill bit
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One step less - Drill and tap combined: Drilling and tapping performed simultaneously with one instrument The additional step of manual tapping removed The operation time significantly reduced Associated Inion FreedomTM Drill Sleeve: The Drill tap is designed to be used with the Drill sleeve instrument The depth markings can be read on the Drill tap shaft at 5 mm increments, when used with the Drill sleeve The Drill sleeve prevents instrument-wobble and protects surrounding soft tissues during drilling Surgical Technique 1. Select appropriate Inion Freedom™ screw(s) for the indication. Review the implant-specific instructions carefully. 2. Use the Drill sleeve instrument with the Drill tap. Press the instruments firmly against the bone. Drill through the fracture/osteotomy line using slow speed on a slow-speed drill, which has a reverse function. Use irrigation. Follow the depth markings on the Drill tap shaft to determine the correct screw length. Use intraoperative X-ray to confirm thelocation of the Drill tap. Set the drill machine to reverse when removing he Drill tap from the bone. Altern atively, use the depth gauge to confirm the needed screwlength. 3. Mark the required screw length on the screw shaft with a sterile marker (measured from the tip of the screw). 4. Insert the screw into the drill hole using approriate screwdriver until the mark reaches the bone surface. 5. Cut and trim the screw using a Low temperature cautery instrument 1–2 mm above the bone surface.
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