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Distal Radius Back Plate

  • 4100-14


  • Stainless Steel / Titanium

  • CE/ISO:9001/ISO13485

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Distal Radius Back Plate manufactured by CZMEDITECH for treatment of fractures can be used for trauma repair and reconstruction of Distal Radius Back.

This series of orthopaedic implant has passed ISO 13485 certification, qualified for CE mark and a variety of specifications which are suitable for Distal Radius Back 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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Stainless steel/Titanium alloy
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3-7 days

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Distal Radius Back Plate

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Distal Radius Back Plate: An Overview

The distal radius back plate is a type of orthopedic implant used to treat fractures of the distal radius. These fractures are a common injury, especially among the elderly population, and can be caused by falls or trauma to the wrist. The back plate is designed to be fixed to the back of the radius bone to provide stability and support during the healing process.

Anatomy of the Distal Radius

Before we dive into the specifics of the back plate, let's first take a look at the anatomy of the distal radius. The distal radius is the end of the radius bone that forms the wrist joint. It is located on the thumb side of the wrist and is the most commonly fractured bone in the wrist. The distal radius is a complex structure that includes the following:

  • The articular surface: The part of the bone that forms the joint surface of the wrist.

  • The metaphysis: The wider part of the bone just below the articular surface.

  • The epiphysis: The part of the bone that connects to the ulna bone in the forearm.

Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures

Distal radius fractures can be treated non-surgically with the use of a cast or surgically with the use of a plate and screws. The decision to use surgery is based on the severity of the fracture and the patient's overall health. In cases where surgery is necessary, the distal radius back plate is a common choice for stabilizing the fracture.

What is a Distal Radius Back Plate?

A distal radius back plate is a metal plate that is fixed to the back of the radius bone with screws. The plate is designed to provide stability to the fractured bone, allowing it to heal properly. The back plate is typically made of titanium or stainless steel and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit the patient's individual anatomy.

Procedure for Implantation

The procedure for implanting a distal radius back plate typically involves the following steps:

  1. Anesthesia: The patient is given either general or regional anesthesia, depending on the surgeon's preference and the patient's overall health.

  2. Incision: The surgeon makes an incision on the back of the wrist to access the fracture site.

  3. Reduction: The fracture is reduced, or realigned, to its normal position.

  4. Plate Placement: The back plate is fixed to the bone with screws.

  5. Closure: The incision is closed with sutures or staples.

  6. Postoperative Care: The patient is typically placed in a splint or cast and given instructions for rehabilitation exercises.

Advantages and Disadvantages of a Distal Radius Back Plate

Like any medical intervention, there are both advantages and disadvantages to using a distal radius back plate. Some advantages include:

  • Provides stable fixation for the fracture.

  • Allows for early mobilization of the wrist joint.

  • Can be used for complex fractures or those that have failed non-surgical treatment.

Some potential disadvantages include:

  • Risk of infection or other complications related to surgery.

  • Risk of plate irritation or removal.

  • Requires a longer recovery time than non-surgical treatment.


The distal radius back plate is a common orthopedic implant used to treat fractures of the distal radius. While it is not without its risks, it provides stable fixation for the fracture and allows for early mobilization of the wrist joint. If you have suffered a distal radius fracture, speak with your healthcare provider to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs.


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