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Tibia Locking Plate Narrow

  • 5100-22



Product Description

What is Tibia Locking Plate Narrow?

This plate is made to be used for treatment of fracures that happen at the shaft place of long bones. It is particularly used for tibia bone.


Products REF Specification Thickness Width Length

Tibia Locking Plate Narrow 

(Use 5.0 Locking Screw/4.5 Cortical Screw)

5100-2201 7 holes 5.0 15 139
5100-2202 8 holes 5.0 15 157
5100-2203 9 holes 5.0 15 175
5100-2204 10 holes 5.0 15 193
5100-2205 12 holes 5.0 15 229
5100-2206 14 holes 5.0 15 265

Tibia Locking Plate Narrow

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Distal Fibular Locking Plate


Tibia Locking Plate Narrow: An Overview

If you have suffered a fracture or other injury to your tibia bone, your orthopedic surgeon may recommend the use of a tibia locking plate narrow as part of your treatment plan. In this article, we will provide an overview of this surgical tool, including its benefits, risks, and recovery process.

What is a tibia locking plate narrow?

A tibia locking plate narrow is a surgical device that is used to stabilize and support a fractured or injured tibia bone. The plate is made of metal and is attached to the bone using screws. The locking mechanism of the plate provides additional stability to the bone, allowing for proper healing and function.

Benefits of a tibia locking plate narrow

The use of a tibia locking plate narrow provides several benefits, including:

  1. Increased stability: The locking mechanism of the plate provides additional stability to the bone, reducing the risk of further injury.

  2. Reduced healing time: The use of a locking plate can help speed up the healing process, allowing for quicker return to normal activities.

  3. Minimal scarring: The incision required for the placement of the plate is small, resulting in minimal scarring.

  4. Improved function: With proper healing, the use of a tibia locking plate narrow can help restore full function to the affected leg.

Risks and complications

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and complications associated with the use of a tibia locking plate narrow. 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. 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.

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

  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 surgery take?

The surgery usually takes around 1 to 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. Can I drive after the procedure?

It is important to follow your surgeon's instructions regarding activity levels after the procedure. You may be advised to avoid driving for a period of time to allow for proper healing.

  1. Will I need physical therapy after the procedure?

Physical therapy may be prescribed to help restore strength and function to the affected leg.

  1. What is the success rate of a tibia locking plate narrow procedure?

The success rate of a tibia locking plate narrow procedure is generally high, with most patients experiencing successful outcomes and improved function of the affected leg.


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