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Foot compression bone screw
handgeneral purposecannulated

foot compression bone screw
foot compression bone screw
foot compression bone screw
foot compression bone screw
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Characteristics

Applications
foot, hand, general purpose
Screw features
cannulated, headless

Description

Z-cannulated screws offer highest convenience und safety during application. All screws are self-drilling and self-tapping. With the development of the cannulated screws, Z-Medical has specifically optimized all known problem areas of systems available on the market (insufficient compression area, insufficient adjustment possibilities and continuation of compression, unnecessary pre-drilling at normal bone density, large number of operational steps which often lead to the necessity of opening a new sterile set for a single screw). Product characteristic: - Only two sets of instruments and two guide wire sizes for 121 types of screws. Ø 3 / 3,5 / 5 / 7,2 mm (manually / machine driven insertion) - Big cannulation for stable guide wire - Big drive for optimal power transmission - Easy insertion with special thread form (without pre-drilling) - Possibility of machine driven insertion (final position manually) _________________________________________________________________________ Screw specific product characteristic "Z-Double-Compression Screw": - Mutually aligned flanks and forces produce maximum continuous compression - Reduced tissue irritation by head shape and optimal sunked head. - Optimum setting high/low compression with one screw - Big cannulation for stable Guide wire - Big drive for optimal power transmission - Ø 3mm, Ø 3,5mm, Ø 5mm, Ø 7,2mm Approvals ECC 93/42 // 510 (k) only in 3mm

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