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femoral periprosthetic fracture compression plate / proximal
Iron Lady - 135.100X

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Characteristics

  • Applications:

    femoral periprosthetic fracture

  • Part of bone:

    proximal

Description

PERIPROSTETIC FRACTURES OF HIP
The O’nil Iron Lady plate for periprosthetic fractures of the hip is a self-supporting structure where cerclage can be used simply to fix fragments in place rather than to support the plate. As with other O’nil plates, the unique screw locking mechanism minimises pressure on the bone, helping to preserve the vascularity of the periosteum, allowing early rehabilitation and reducing healing time.
Anatomically pre-shaped low-profile semi-tubular plates
Multi-planar screw holes simplify plate positioning and ensure primary stability
Plates made of steel AISI 316 LVM – ISO 5832-1, to allow MRI, screws and bushings made of titanium Ti6AI4V – ISO 5832-3
Cerclage option using eyelet with conical locking
Ref. 135.1000 - IRON LADY Extra Curved long - Length 300 mm
Ref. 135.1001 - IRON LADY One short - Length 200 mm
Ref. 135.1004 - IRON LADY Plus Curved medium - Length 249 mm
Ref. 130.3200 - Eyelet to be used with Ø 2 mm cerclage wire