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Orthopaedic Implants 5 - 16 Holes Narrow Dcp Plate For Broken Femur Recovery

Orthopaedic Implants 5 - 16 Holes Narrow Dcp Plate For Broken Femur Recovery

Categories Non - Locking Plate
Brand Name: XRBEST
Model Number: 4115
Certification: CE/ISO
Place of Origin: China
MOQ: 10pcs
Price: negotiation
Payment Terms: T/T or western Union
Supply Ability: 3,000pcs per month
Delivery Time: 15 working days after received your payment
Packaging Details: Locking plate is packed by plastic package. Usually it have two-tier package. And also we can pack the product following your request.
Product Name: DCP For Femur Plate
Size Of Panel: 5-16 Holes
Standard: CE/ISO
trauma implants: trauma plates
Matched screws: HA 4.5 screws
Type: Trauma
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    Orthopaedic Implants 5 - 16 Holes Narrow Dcp Plate For Broken Femur Recovery

    DCP For Femur Plate of orthopaedic implants in XRBEST- 4115



    Product No.HolesPlate length*Width*Thickness
    Pure TitaniumStainless Steel
    4115-30054115-5005596*17*5
    4115-30064115-50066112*17*5
    4115-30074115-50077128*17*5
    4115-30084115-50088144*17*5
    4115-30094115-50099160*17*5
    4115-30104115-501010176*17*5
    4115-30114115-501111192*17*5
    4115-30124115-501212208*17*5
    4115-30134115-501313224*17*5
    4115-30144115-501414240*17*5
    4115-30154115-501515256*17*5
    4115-30164115-501616272*17*5

    Note:used for femur with HA4.5 cortex screws

    Pearl: preparation of the plate tunnel


    Three options are in use for preparation of the plate path along the distal main fragment:

    • Insert a long pair of scissors, spread them, and then pull backwards.
    • Insert a periosteal elevator and slide it extraperiosteally along the distal main fragment. The tip of the plate can be used in a same manner.
    • A soft-tissue retractor is available which serves the same purpose.

    Reduction

    Principle

    When preliminary reduction is already optimal with respect to axis, length and rotation, the main fragments are held in this position using an external fixator, choosing the optimal screw positions in order not to conflict with the bridging technique.




    Most often, the preliminary reduction still needs some final adjustment for an optimal alignment. In such cases, the final reduction will be achieved using the implant and further multi-step reduction techniques. The following procedure describes one possible solution to achieve final reduction.




    Image showing the AP view.


    Lateral alignment and rotation

    As an initial step, rotation and lateral alignment must be addressed.

    Screw placement

    Positioning of first screw

    The order of screw insertion depends on the direction of the plate insertion. In the following, we show the procedure for a plate inserted through a proximal approach.

    The first cortical screw should be inserted through the approach used for the plate insertion, into the last plate hole. The plate should be positioned optimally in the lateral aspect.

    Alternatively, when a LCP is used, a K-wire through a trocar can be chosen.




    Image showing the AP view.


    Positioning of second screw

    The second screw will assure that the plate is in the correct lateral position on the proximal fragment.

    To achieve the correct alignment between the plate and the bone, a K-wire / Schanz screw can be used to push the proximal fragment into position. Alternatively, this can be achieved directly through a second approach, using a periosteal elevator to push the bone into position.

    Then, the second cortical screw is inserted.




    Image showing the AP view.



    Assessment of rotation

    Prior to insertion of the third screw (first screw in the other main fragment), the rotation has to be checked again and the plate must be aligned to the distal lateral aspect of the distal fragment.

    The shape of the lesser trochanter is compared with the contralateral side (lesser trochanter shape sign).



    Correction of rotation

    After the proximal plate fixation, the distal fragment is rotated with the patella facing anteriorly, as on the uninjured, contralateral side, by adjustment of the fracture table or by manual traction.

    After the rotational relationship has been optimized, the lateral position of the plate must be checked.



    Insertion of third screw

    Insert the third screw through the most distal plate hole into the second main fragment.

    One way to control the correct lateral position is to place a finger on the ventral aspect of the distal fragment and palpate the upper edge of the plate.




    Image showing the AP view.



    Insertion of fourth screw

    If the distal fragment needs some final adjustment on the lateral aspect, the following reduction techniques may be helpful before inserting the fourth screw:

    • placement of a linen bolster under the distal fragment;
    • using a periosteal elevator inserted through the approach in order to push the fragment into the correct position; or
    • using a percutaneous K-wire / Schanz screw.


    Image showing the AP view.



    Alignment in the AP-view

    By tightening the screws, the fragments are pulled towards the implant, and final reduction is achieved.




    Final screw insertion

    At the end, at least three bicortical screws must be inserted into each main fragment.


    Internal fixator - locking plate system


    Preliminary fixation

    An internal fixator has the advantage that an optimal reduction can be achieved even if the plate is not correctly precontoured. The previously described multi-step approach should also be followed by using two K-wires and two conventional (non-locking) screws in this alternative technique.



    Reduction

    By tightening the two conventional screws, reduction is achieved (even with a gap between the bone and the implant).




    Alternative: use of clamps


    In cases where reduction is difficult a Verbrugge or collinear clamp (illustrated) can be used via a small incision.




    Final screw fixation

    The final reduction is then fixed by inserting locking head screws according to the preoperative plan after removal of the temporary conventional reduction screws.



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