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Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set

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Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set


11200-0301Universal Joint1
21200-0302Drill Sleeve1
31200-0303Open Wrench1
41200-0304Quick Coupling T-Handle1
61200-0306Drill Sleeve1
71200-0307Hex Wrench1
81200-0308Hex Wrench1
91200-0309Drill Sleeve1
101200-0310Drill Sleeve1
111200-0311T-handle Drill Bit2
121200-0312Depth Gague 10-100mm1
131200-0313Drill Bit 5.2*300mm1
141200-0314Drill Bit φ4.0*3001
151200-0315Drill Bit with Limitator φ4.0*3001
161200-0316Reamer 10mm1
171200-0317Reamer 11mm1
181200-0318Reamer 12mm1
191200-0319Reamer 13mm1
211200-0321Guide Wire1
231200-0323Guide Rod1
241200-0324Connctor Rod1
251200-0325Nail Connector1
261200-0326Location Rod1
271200-0327Sighting Device Handle1
321200-0332Fixed Connector1
331200-0333Location Forcep1
351200-0335Distal Guider1
1200-0336Aluminium Box1

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Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set


Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set: Everything You Need to Know

Are you familiar with the femoral intramedullary nail instrument set? If you're a medical professional or a patient undergoing femoral fracture surgery, you may be interested in learning more about this important medical device. In this article, we'll dive into the world of the femoral intramedullary nail instrument set, exploring its components, benefits, and potential complications.

What is a Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set?

A femoral intramedullary nail instrument set is a collection of surgical instruments that are used to place a femoral intramedullary nail into the patient's femur. This type of surgery is commonly performed to treat femoral fractures, which can occur due to traumatic injuries, such as car accidents or falls.

Components of a Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set

A typical femoral intramedullary nail instrument set includes:

  1. Femoral nail

  2. Locking screws

  3. Reamers

  4. Drill bits

  5. Guide wires

  6. Taps

  7. Reduction clamps

  8. Bone holding forceps

  9. Awls

  10. Broaches

These instruments are carefully designed to work together to ensure the proper placement of the femoral intramedullary nail and minimize the risk of complications.

Benefits of Using a Femoral Intramedullary Nail Instrument Set

There are several benefits to using a femoral intramedullary nail instrument set during femoral fracture surgery, including:

  • Minimally invasive: Femoral intramedullary nail surgery is less invasive than traditional open surgery, which can result in less blood loss, shorter hospital stays, and faster recovery times for patients.

  • Strong support: The femoral intramedullary nail provides strong support for the fractured femur, which can help reduce pain and improve mobility during the healing process.

  • Reduced risk of infection: The use of the femoral intramedullary nail can reduce the risk of infection compared to traditional open surgery.

Potential Complications of Femoral Intramedullary Nail Surgery

While femoral intramedullary nail surgery is generally considered safe, there are some potential complications that patients should be aware of. These include:

  • Infection: Although the risk of infection is reduced with femoral intramedullary nail surgery, there is still a risk of infection at the surgical site.

  • Blood clots: Blood clots can form in the leg after surgery, which can be potentially life-threatening if they travel to the lungs.

  • Hardware failure: In rare cases, the femoral intramedullary nail or its components may break or fail to provide adequate support for the fractured femur.

  • Nerve or blood vessel damage: During surgery, there is a risk of damaging nerves or blood vessels near the femur, which can result in pain, numbness, or loss of sensation in the affected area.


Femoral intramedullary nail instrument sets are an essential tool for medical professionals performing femoral fracture surgery. With their carefully designed components and benefits, they can help ensure proper healing and recovery for patients. However, it's important to be aware of the potential complications associated with this type of surgery, so patients can make informed decisions about their treatment options.


  1. How long does it take to recover from femoral intramedullary nail surgery?

  • Recovery time can vary depending on the severity of the fracture and the patient's overall health, but most patients can expect to be up and walking within a few days and fully recovered within 6-12 months.

  1. Can femoral intramedullary nail surgery be performed on elderly patients?

  • Yes, femoral intramedullary nail surgery can be performed on elderly patients, but the risks and benefits should be carefully evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

  1. How long does the surgery typically take?

  • The surgery typically takes 1-2 hours, but the exact time can vary depending on the complexity of the fracture and the patient's condition.

  1. Will I need physical therapy after femoral intramedullary nail surgery?

  • Yes, most patients will require physical therapy to help regain strength and mobility in the affected leg.

  1. Can the femoral intramedullary nail be removed after the fracture has healed?

  • In some cases, the femoral intramedullary nail can be removed after the fracture has healed. This decision should be made in consultation with a medical professional.


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