2.7 MM MINI L LOCKING PLATE manufactured by CZMEDITECH for treatment of fractures can be used for trauma repair and reconstruction of finger and metatarsal bone fractures.
This series of orthopaedic implant has passed ISO 13485 certification, qualified for CE mark and a variety of specifications which are suitable for trauma repair and reconstruction of finger and metatarsal bone fractures. They are easy to operate, comfortable and stable during use.
With Czmeditech's new material and improved manufacturing technology, our orthopaedic implants have exceptional properties. It is lighter and stronger with high tenacity. Plus, it is less likely to set off an allergic reaction.
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|2.7S Mini L Locking Plate (Thickness:1.5mm, Width: 7.5mm)||021181003||3 holes L||32mm|
|021181004||4 holes L||40mm|
|021181005||3 holes R||32mm|
|021181006||4 holes R||40mm|
Fractures of the distal radius are common injuries, especially in elderly patients. The goal of treatment is to achieve stable fixation and restore normal alignment of the fracture fragments. The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate is a type of implant used for internal fixation of distal radius fractures. In this article, we will discuss the advantages, indications, and surgical technique of using the 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate has several advantages over other types of locking plates. These advantages include:
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate is designed to fit the anatomy of the distal radius, making it an ideal option for the treatment of distal radius fractures. Its low profile and anatomic design provide an excellent fit, which minimizes the risk of implant-related complications such as irritation and discomfort.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate provides enhanced stability due to its locking mechanism, which prevents screw back-out and maintains a secure fixation of the fracture fragments. This reduces the risk of implant failure and allows for early mobilization of the wrist joint, leading to a faster recovery.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate requires minimal soft tissue dissection, which minimizes the risk of soft tissue complications such as wound healing problems, infection, and nerve injury. This is especially important in elderly patients who may have reduced tissue healing capacity.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate is versatile and can be used for different types of distal radius fractures, including intra-articular and extra-articular fractures, as well as fractures with metaphyseal or diaphyseal involvement. This makes it a useful option for orthopedic surgeons.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate is indicated for the treatment of distal radius fractures, including:
Fractures with metaphyseal or diaphyseal involvement
Fractures in elderly patients
The surgical technique for using the 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate involves the following steps:
The patient is positioned supine on the operating table with the arm on a hand table. The operative arm is prepped and draped in a sterile fashion.
The fracture is approached through a dorsal or volar approach depending on the location and nature of the fracture. The fracture fragments are reduced and held in position with a clamp.
The 2.7 mm Mini L Locking Plate is contoured to the shape of the distal radius and placed on the volar surface of the bone. The plate is fixed to the bone with screws, which are inserted in a locking fashion to provide enhanced stability.
The locking screws are inserted through the plate and into the bone. The screws are tightened to provide compression and secure fixation of the fracture fragments.
The wound is closed in layers, and a sterile dressing is applied.
The 2.7mm Mini L Locking Plate is a versatile and effective method for the treatment of fractures in the wrist, forearm, ankle, and foot. Its minimal invasiveness, stability, and reduced healing time make it an excellent option for patients seeking a rapid and successful recovery. As with any surgical procedure, it is important for patients to be aware of the risks and potential complications associated with the procedure, and to discuss these with their surgeon prior to undergoing surgery.
A1. Recovery time can vary depending on the severity of the fracture and other individual factors. However, the stability provided by the mini locking plate allows for early weight-bearing, which can reduce the time required for bone healing and rehabilitation.
A2. The stability provided by the 2.7mm Mini L Locking Plate allows for early weight-bearing in many cases. However, this will depend on the specific circumstances of the individual case and should be discussed with the surgeon prior to surgery.
A3. The use of the mini locking plate can damage nerves in the affected area, leading to loss of sensation or movement. This risk can be minimized through careful surgical technique and proper post-operative care.
A4. Yes, the 2.7mm Mini L Locking Plate can be used in conjunction with other fixation methods, depending on the specifics of the individual case.
A5. Recovery will vary depending on the specifics of the individual case. However, patients can generally expect to wear a cast or brace for a period of time, and to engage in physical