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Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate-I

  • 5100-28

  • CZMEDITECH

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What is Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate?

The Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate are part of the CZMEDITECH Locking Compression Plate (LCP®) System, merging locking screw technology with conventional plating techniques. These anatomically shaped plates are available in stainless steel or titanium alloy with 5-13 hole configurations.

Plate Features:

Distal locking screws provide support for the articular surface

Anatomically shaped

Tapered tip for submuscular insertion

316L stainless steel or titanium alloy

Anatomic reduction: Anatomic plate profile and four parallel screws near the joint assist reduction of metaphysis to diaphysis to restore alignment and functional anatomy. Anatomic reduction is mandatory for intra-articular fractures to restore joint congruency.

Stable fixation: The combination of conventional and locking screws offers optimum fixation regardless of bone density.

Preservation of blood supply: Limited-contact plate design reduces plate-to-bone contact and helps to preserve the periosteal blood supply.

Indications:

The LCP Anterolateral Distal Tibia Plate is indicated for fractures, osteotomies, and nonunions of the distal tibia, particularly in osteopenic bone.

Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate

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Products REF Specification Thickness Width Length

Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate-I 

(Use 5.0 Locking Screw/4.5 Cortical Screw)

5100-2801 5 holes L 3.6 16.5 122
5100-2802 7 holes L 3.6 16.5 154
5100-2803 9 holes L 3.6 16.5 186
5100-2804 11 holes L 3.6 16.5 218
5100-2805 13 holes L 3.6 16.5 250
5100-2806 5 holes R 3.6 16.5 122
5100-2807 7 holes R 3.6 16.5 154
5100-2808 9 holes R 3.6 16.5 186
5100-2809 11 holes R 3.6 16.5 218
5100-2810 13 holes R 3.6 16.5 250


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Distal Lateral Tibial Locking Plate: A Comprehensive Guide

The distal lateral tibial locking plate is a medical device that is used in the fixation of fractures of the distal tibia. This device provides stable fixation of the fractured bone and allows for early mobilization of the patient. In this article, we will discuss the distal lateral tibial locking plate in detail, including its design, indications, surgical technique, complications, and outcomes.

1. Introduction

The distal lateral tibial locking plate is a type of plate that is used in the treatment of fractures of the distal tibia. This plate is designed to provide stable fixation of the bone fragments and allows for early mobilization of the patient. The plate is made of titanium and has multiple holes for the placement of screws.

2. Design

The distal lateral tibial locking plate has a unique design that allows for stable fixation of the distal tibia. The plate has a proximal end and a distal end, and it is contoured to fit the shape of the tibia. The plate has multiple screw holes, and the screws are inserted in a locking fashion. The locking mechanism of the screws prevents the screws from backing out and provides stable fixation of the bone fragments.

3. Indications

The distal lateral tibial locking plate is indicated for the treatment of fractures of the distal tibia. The plate is particularly useful in the treatment of fractures that are difficult to stabilize with traditional methods. This includes fractures that are comminuted or have multiple fragments. The plate is also useful in the treatment of fractures that are near the ankle joint.

4. Surgical Technique

The surgical technique for the distal lateral tibial locking plate involves an open reduction and internal fixation of the fractured bone fragments. The plate is contoured to fit the shape of the tibia and is positioned on the lateral aspect of the bone. The screws are inserted in a locking fashion, and the plate is secured to the bone.

5. Complications

Complications associated with the use of the distal lateral tibial locking plate include infection, nonunion, malunion, and hardware failure. Infection can occur at the site of the surgical incision or around the hardware. Nonunion and malunion can occur if the bone fragments do not heal properly. Hardware failure can occur if the screws or plate break or back out.

6. Outcomes

The use of the distal lateral tibial locking plate has been shown to be effective in the treatment of fractures of the distal tibia. The plate provides stable fixation of the bone fragments and allows for early mobilization of the patient. Studies have shown that the use of the plate results in high rates of union and good clinical outcomes.

7. Conclusion

The distal lateral tibial locking plate is a useful device in the treatment of fractures of the distal tibia. The plate provides stable fixation of the bone fragments and allows for early mobilization of the patient. However, the device is associated with a risk of complications, and careful patient selection and surgical technique are important for optimal outcomes.

FAQs

  1. What is a distal lateral tibial locking plate? A distal lateral tibial locking plate is a medical device that is used in the fixation of fractures of the distal tibia.

  2. How does a distal lateral tibial locking plate work? A distal lateral tibial locking plate provides stable fixation of the fractured bone and allows for early mobilization of the patient. The plate is made of titanium and has multiple holes for the placement of screws.

  3. What are the indications for a distal lateral tibial locking plate? The distal lateral tibial locking plate is indicated for the treatment of fractures of the distal tibia. It is particularly useful for fractures that are difficult to stabilize with traditional methods, such as comminuted fractures or fractures near the ankle joint.

  4. What are the potential complications of using a distal lateral tibial locking plate? Complications associated with the use of the distal lateral tibial locking plate include infection, nonunion, malunion, and hardware failure. Careful patient selection and surgical technique are important for optimal outcomes.

  5. What are the outcomes of using a distal lateral tibial locking plate? Studies have shown that the use of the distal lateral tibial locking plate results in high rates of union and good clinical outcomes. However, individual outcomes may vary depending on the specific patient and fracture characteristics.


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