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6.5MM Cannulated Full-threaded Locking Screw

  • 5100-44

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6.5MM Cannulated Full-threaded Locking Screw

name REF Length
6.5 Cannulated Full-threaded Locking Screw (Stardrive) 5100-4401 6.5*50
5100-4402 6.5*55
5100-4403 6.5*60
5100-4404 6.5*65
5100-4405 6.5*70
5100-4406 6.5*75
5100-4407 6.5*80
5100-4408 6.5*85
5100-4409 6.5*90
5100-4410 6.5*95
5100-4411 6.5*100
5100-4412 6.5*105
5100-4413 6.5*110


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1. Introduction

The 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw is an important orthopedic implant used in various surgical procedures. This type of screw offers several advantages over other types of orthopedic implants, including improved stability and reduced risk of screw pullout. In this article, we will discuss the properties of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw, its surgical applications, and its advantages over other orthopedic implants.

2. Properties of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw

The 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw is a type of orthopedic screw that has a cannulated design and a fully threaded shaft. This type of screw is made of high-strength materials such as titanium or stainless steel and is designed to provide maximum stability and strength. The screw's cannulated design allows for easy insertion over a guide wire, while the fully threaded shaft provides better purchase and pullout resistance than partially threaded screws.

The locking mechanism of the screw is achieved by a threaded sleeve or a threaded plate that is fixed to the bone using screws. This creates a fixed-angle construct, reducing the risk of screw pullout and providing excellent stability. The 6.5mm diameter of the screw is suitable for larger bone structures, making it ideal for use in surgeries such as plate fixation of long bone fractures, arthrodesis, and joint fusions.

3. Surgical applications of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw

The 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw is used in various surgical procedures, including:

  • Plate fixation of long bone fractures

  • Arthrodesis

  • Joint fusions

  • Correction of deformities

  • Fixation of non-unions and malunions

In plate fixation of long bone fractures, the screw is used in conjunction with a plate to provide stability and support to the fractured bone. In arthrodesis and joint fusions, the screw is used to provide rigid fixation and promote bone fusion. In the correction of deformities, the screw is used to hold the bone in the correct position while it heals. In the fixation of non-unions and malunions, the screw is used to provide stability and promote bone healing.

4. Advantages of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw

The 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw offers several advantages over other types of orthopedic implants, including:

  • High stability and strength

  • Reduced risk of screw pullout

  • Cannulated design, allowing for easy insertion over a guide wire

  • Fully threaded shaft, providing better purchase and pullout resistance than partially threaded screws

  • Suitable for larger bone structures

  • Fixed-angle construct, reducing the risk of screw pullout and providing excellent stability

These advantages make the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw an ideal orthopedic implant for use in various surgical procedures.

5. Surgical technique for inserting 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screws

The surgical technique for inserting 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screws includes the following steps:

  1. Identifying the location and size of the fracture or deformity

  2. Making an incision over the fracture or deformity site

  3. Preparing the bone surface by removing any soft tissue or debris

  4. Drilling a pilot hole for the screw using a drill bit of the appropriate size

  5. Inserting the guide wire through the pilot hole

  6. Inserting the cannulated screw over the guide wire

  7. Inserting the locking mechanism, such as a threaded sleeve or plate, over the screw and fixing it to the bone using screws

  8. 8. Tightening the locking mechanism to create a fixed-angle construct

6. Complications associated with the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw

Like any surgical procedure, the use of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw may be associated with some complications, including:

  • Screw breakage

  • Screw migration

  • Infection

  • Nerve or blood vessel damage

  • Loss of reduction

  • Non-union or delayed union

However, these complications are rare and can be minimized by careful surgical technique, appropriate patient selection, and close postoperative monitoring.

7. Conclusion

The 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw is an important orthopedic implant used in various surgical procedures. Its properties, surgical applications, and advantages over other orthopedic implants have been discussed in this article. The surgical technique for inserting the screw and the complications associated with its use have also been outlined. With careful surgical technique and appropriate patient selection, the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw can provide excellent stability and promote bone healing in various orthopedic procedures.

FAQs

  1. How does the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw compare to partially threaded screws?

  • The fully threaded shaft of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw provides better purchase and pullout resistance than partially threaded screws.

  1. What are the surgical applications of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw?

  • The screw is used in plate fixation of long bone fractures, arthrodesis, joint fusions, correction of deformities, and fixation of non-unions and malunions.

  1. What are the advantages of the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw?

  • The screw offers high stability and strength, reduced risk of screw pullout, cannulated design for easy insertion over a guide wire, suitability for larger bone structures, and a fixed-angle construct.

  1. What are the complications associated with the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw?

  • Complications may include screw breakage, migration, infection, nerve or blood vessel damage, loss of reduction, and non-union or delayed union.

  1. How can complications associated with the 6.5mm cannulated full-threaded locking screw be minimized?

  • Complications can be minimized by careful surgical technique, appropriate patient selection, and close postoperative monitoring.


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