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Reconstruction Plate

  • 4100-67


  • Stainless Steel / Titanium

  • CE/ISO:9001/ISO13485

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Product Description

CZMEDITECH Reconstruction Plate


Reconstruction Plate manufactured by CZMEDITECH for treatment of fractures can be used for trauma repair and reconstruction of Calcaneus.

This series of orthopaedic implant has passed ISO 13485 certification, qualified for CE mark and a variety of specifications which are suitable for 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.

For more detailed information on our products, please contact us at your earliest convenience.

Features & Benefits



Stainless steel/Titanium alloy
4/6/8/10/12 holes
Delivery Way
Delivery Time
3-7 days

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Reconstruction Plate

Popular Science Content


A reconstruction plate is an orthopedic implant used to treat fractures of long bones, such as the femur, tibia, or humerus. These plates are designed to provide stability to the bone during the healing process, allowing for proper alignment and function of the affected limb. Reconstruction plates are typically made of metal and are secured to the bone with screws.

Indications for Reconstruction Plate

Reconstruction plates are indicated for the treatment of fractures that are unable to be stabilized with non-surgical management or with other types of orthopedic implants such as intramedullary nails or external fixators. Indications for reconstruction plate surgery include:

  • Fractures of the shaft of long bones

  • Fractures that are unstable or displaced

  • Fractures with significant comminution or bone loss

  • Fractures associated with other injuries, such as nerve or vascular damage

Types of Reconstruction Plates

There are several different types of reconstruction plates available, each with its own specific use and design. These include:

  • Dynamic compression plates (DCPs): These plates are designed to apply compression to the bone during the healing process, promoting bone union and stability.

  • Locking plates: These plates have screw holes that are designed to accept special locking screws, providing increased stability and resistance to pull-out forces.

  • Limited-contact dynamic compression plates (LC-DCPs): These plates are similar to DCPs but have a lower profile, reducing the risk of soft tissue irritation and allowing for earlier mobilization of the affected limb.

  • Pre-contoured plates: These plates are pre-shaped to match the curvature of specific bones, reducing the need for intraoperative bending and allowing for a more anatomical fit.


The procedure for reconstruction plate surgery involves making an incision over the affected bone and exposing the fracture site. The fracture is reduced, or put back into place, using specialized surgical instruments. The reconstruction plate is then positioned along the bone and secured with screws. The screws are placed in a manner to avoid injury to important neurovascular structures such as nerves and blood vessels.

Postoperative Care and Rehabilitation

After reconstruction plate surgery, patients are typically kept non-weight bearing for several weeks to allow the fracture to heal. Physical therapy and rehabilitation are crucial for regaining strength and mobility in the affected limb. It may take several months for patients to return to their pre-injury level of activity.

Risks and Complications

As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and complications associated with reconstruction plate surgery. These include:

  • Infection

  • Nerve damage

  • Bleeding

  • Hardware failure

  • Nonunion or malunion of the fracture

  • Deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism


Reconstruction plates are a valuable tool for treating fractures of long bones that are unable to be stabilized with non-surgical management or other types of orthopedic implants. They provide stability to the bone during the healing process, allowing for proper alignment and function of the affected limb. While there are risks and complications associated with their use, the benefits outweigh the risks in many cases.


  1. Are reconstruction plates always necessary for the treatment of long bone fractures? No, not all long bone fractures require reconstruction plates. Non-surgical management or other types of orthopedic implants may be sufficient for certain types of fractures.

  2. Can reconstruction plates be removed after the fracture has healed? In some cases, reconstruction plates can be removed after the fracture has healed. This is typically done if the hardware is causing pain or discomfort or if there is an infection or other complication associated with it.


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