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FNS (Femoral Neck System)

  • 3300-01



Product Description

Intended Use

The Femoral Neck System (FNS) is intended for temporary fixation, correction or stabilization of bones in the femoral neck.


• Femoral neck fractures


• Pertrochanteric fractures

• Intertrochanteric fractures

• Subtrochanteric fractures

Additionally, this system should not be used for cases where there is a high incidence of:

• Sepsis

• Malignant primary or metastatic tumors

• Material sensitivity

• Compromised vascularity

Adverse Events

As with all major surgical procedures, risks, side effects and adverse events can occur. While many possible reactions may occur, some of the most common include:

Problems resulting from anesthesia and patient positioning (e.g. nausea, vomiting, dental injuries, neurological impairments, etc.), thrombosis, embolism, infection,

excessive bleeding, iatrogenic neural and vascular injury, damage to soft tissues incl. swelling, abnormal scar formation, functional impairment of the musculoskeletal system, Sudeck’s disease, allergy/hypersensitivity reactions and side effects associated with hardware prominence, malunion, non-union, device breakage, device loosening. Additional device specific adverse events that may occur: Pain, device migration (e.g. wire migration and penetration into the pelvic cavities), bone damage and bone fracture.



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FNS Locking Plate (130° CCD angle)    (Use 5.0 Locking Screw) 3300-0101 1 hole
3300-0102 2 holes
FNS Bolts+Antirotation Screws 3300-0201 75mm
3300-0202 80mm
3300-0203 85mm
3300-0204 90mm
3300-0205 95mm
3300-0206 100mm
3300-0207 105mm
3300-0208 110mm
3300-0209 115mm


FNS (Femoral Neck System): An Overview

The femoral neck is the part of the thigh bone that connects to the hip joint. Injuries to this area can be severe and may require surgery. One surgical option is the Femoral Neck System (FNS), a medical device used to treat fractures of the femoral neck. In this article, we will provide an overview of FNS, including its benefits, risks, and recovery process.

What is FNS?

FNS is a medical device designed to provide fixation and stabilization of femoral neck fractures. The device consists of a plate and screws, which are used to stabilize the broken bone. The system is designed to be minimally invasive, which means that it requires smaller incisions and causes less trauma to the surrounding tissue compared to traditional open surgery.

Benefits of FNS

The use of FNS provides several benefits, including:

  1. Faster recovery: The minimally invasive nature of the procedure means that patients can recover more quickly than with traditional open surgery.

  2. Reduced pain: The smaller incisions and less traumatic procedure can result in less post-operative pain.

  3. Lower risk of complications: FNS has a lower risk of complications such as infection, nerve damage, and blood loss.

  4. Improved mobility: FNS can help restore mobility and function to the affected area more quickly than traditional open surgery.

Risks and complications

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with the use of FNS. These include:

  1. Infection: There is a risk of infection at the site of the incision or around the screws used to attach the plate.

  2. Implant failure: The plate may loosen or break over time, requiring additional surgery.

  3. Nerve or blood vessel damage: The surgical procedure can damage nerves or blood vessels in the surrounding area, leading to numbness or tingling in the leg or foot.

  4. Allergic reaction: Some patients may have an allergic reaction to the metal used in the plate.

Your orthopedic surgeon will discuss these risks and complications with you prior to the procedure and will take steps to minimize the risk of complications.

Recovery process

After the procedure, you will be instructed to keep weight off the affected leg for a period of time. You may be given crutches or a walker to assist with mobility. Physical therapy may also be prescribed to help restore strength and function to the affected leg. Recovery time can vary depending on the extent of the injury and the individual patient, but in general, it takes several weeks to a few months to fully recover.


  1. How long does the FNS procedure take?

The procedure typically takes around 1-2 hours.

  1. Will I need to have the plate removed after the bone has healed?

In some cases, the plate may be removed after the bone has fully healed. Your surgeon will discuss this with you prior to the procedure.

  1. How long does recovery take after FNS?

Recovery time can vary depending on the extent of the injury and the individual patient, but in general, it takes several weeks to a few months to fully recover.

  1. Can FNS be used for all types of femoral neck fractures?

FNS is typically used for certain types of femoral neck fractures. Your surgeon will determine if FNS is an appropriate treatment option for your specific injury.

  1. What is the success rate of FNS?

The success rate of FNS is generally high, with most patients experiencing successful outcomes and improved function of the affected leg.



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