Features & Benefits
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Are you looking for an efficient and reliable way to perform intertrochanteric femur fracture surgery? Look no further than the PFNA nail instrument set. This innovative medical device has revolutionized the way surgeons approach femoral fractures, providing numerous benefits for both patients and doctors. In this article, we will explore the features and benefits of the PFNA nail instrument set, how it works, and why it is a superior choice for intertrochanteric femur fracture surgery.
The PFNA nail instrument set is a surgical device used to treat intertrochanteric femur fractures. It consists of a hollow, titanium intramedullary nail, a proximal and distal locking mechanism, and a variety of specialized instruments to facilitate insertion and positioning of the nail. The device is inserted into the femur, from the greater trochanter to the femoral head, stabilizing the fracture and providing support for the patient’s weight-bearing activities during recovery.
The PFNA nail instrument set has numerous benefits over other surgical devices used to treat intertrochanteric femur fractures. Some of these benefits include:
Improved implant stability and reduced risk of implant failure
Faster recovery times for patients
Less pain and discomfort for patients post-surgery
Reduced risk of complications such as infection, blood loss, and nerve damage
Lower revision rates compared to other surgical devices
The PFNA nail instrument set works by stabilizing the fractured bone through an intramedullary approach. Once the bone is properly positioned, the nail is inserted into the femur through the greater trochanter, and then into the femoral head. The locking mechanism at the proximal and distal ends of the nail provide additional stability and support. The insertion of the nail is aided by specialized instruments included in the set, such as a reamer and insertion handle.
The insertion of the PFNA nail instrument set requires proper technique and skill. First, the patient is positioned on their back on the surgical table. A small incision is made in the lateral aspect of the greater trochanter, and a guide wire is inserted through the femoral neck and into the femoral head. The reamer is then used to enlarge the intramedullary canal, and the nail is inserted into the femur. The locking screws are then inserted at the proximal and distal ends of the nail, providing additional stability.
The PFNA nail instrument set is an excellent choice for intertrochanteric femur fracture surgery. It provides numerous benefits over other surgical devices, including improved implant stability, faster recovery times, and reduced risk of complications. The insertion technique requires proper skill and technique, but when performed correctly, the PFNA nail instrument set can provide superior results for patients.
Is the PFNA nail instrument set suitable for all types of intertrochanteric femur fractures?
No, the PFNA nail instrument set is specifically designed for stable and unstable intertrochanteric femur fractures.
How long does the surgery take when using the PFNA nail instrument set?
The surgery typically takes between 45 minutes to 1 hour.
How long does recovery take after surgery with the PFNA nail instrument set?
Recovery time varies depending on the patient and the severity of the fracture, but most patients can begin weight-bearing activities within 24 hours of surgery.
Can the PFNA nail instrument set be used in other types of fractures?
No, the PFNA nail instrument set is specifically designed for intertrochanteric femur fractures and is not recommended for other types of fractures.
Overall, the PFNA nail instrument set is a highly effective and reliable medical device for the treatment of intertrochanteric femur fractures. Its benefits over other surgical devices, such as improved implant stability and faster recovery times, make it a popular choice for both patients and surgeons. With proper technique and skill, the PFNA nail instrument set can provide superior results and help patients recover quickly and safely.