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Tibial Nail

  • 1100-02
  • Stainless Steel / Titanium
  • CE/ISO:9001/ISO13485
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CZMEDITECH Tibial Intramedullary Nail


A tibial intramedullary nail is a surgical implant used to treat fractures of the tibia, which is the larger of the two bones in the lower leg. The nail is inserted into the central cavity, or medullary canal, of the tibia and secured with screws to stabilize the bone as it heals. The nail is typically made of metal, such as stainless steel or titanium, and can be either solid or hollow, depending on the design. Tibial intramedullary nails are used in a variety of fracture types, including complex fractures that involve the joint surfaces of the tibia.

What are the types of Tibial Intramedullary Nail?

There are several types of tibial intramedullary nails, which can vary in size, shape, and design depending on the specific needs of the patient and the nature of the fracture. Some common types of tibial intramedullary nails include:

  1. Standard tibial nails: These nails are designed for use in relatively straightforward tibial fractures.

  2. Proximal tibial nails: These nails are used for fractures that occur in the upper part of the tibia, near the knee joint.

  3. Retrograde tibial nails: These nails are inserted through the ankle joint and up into the tibia, and are used for certain types of fractures in the lower part of the bone.

  4. Cannulated tibial nails: These nails have a hollow center, which allows for the insertion of a guide wire to help with placement.

  5. Expandable tibial nails: These nails can be expanded to fill the space within the bone, which can be helpful for fractures that involve significant loss of bone material.

  6. Intramedullary screws: These are small screws that can be inserted into the tibia to stabilize fractures. They are sometimes used in conjunction with other types of intramedullary nails.

The specific type of nail used will depend on the location and severity of the fracture, as well as other factors unique to the patient's condition.


Stainless Steel / Titanium
8 / 9 / 10 / 11 mm
240 / 260 /280 /300 /320 /340 /360 /380mm
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Delivery Time
3-7 days

Features & Benefits


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Tibial Interlocking Intramedually Nail



  1. The CZMEDITECH Tibial Nail is intended to provide temporary stabilization of various types of fractures,malunions and nonunions of the Tibial.

  2. The Nails are inserted using an opened or closed technique and can be static, dynamic and compression locked.

  3. Types of fractures include, but not limited to fractures of the Tibial shaft, non-unions, malalignments,pathological humeral fractures, and impending pathological fractures

How to use Tibial Intramedullary Nail?

Tibial intramedullary nails are typically inserted into the tibia through a small incision at the knee or ankle joint. The specific technique for using a tibial intramedullary nail can vary depending on the type of nail and the specific surgical approach used by the surgeon.

Generally, the procedure involves the following steps:

  1. Anesthesia: The patient is given either general anesthesia or regional anesthesia to numb the lower extremity.

  2. Incision: The surgeon makes a small incision in the skin near the knee or ankle joint and uses a surgical tool to create a pathway into the tibia.

  3. Nail insertion: The intramedullary nail is inserted into the tibia and advanced through the length of the bone.

  4. Locking: Once the nail is in place, locking screws or other locking mechanisms are used to secure the nail to the bone and prevent it from moving.

  5. Incision closure: The incision is closed with sutures or staples.

  6. Postoperative care: After surgery, the patient will need to use crutches or a walker for several weeks and undergo physical therapy to regain strength and mobility in the leg.

It's important to note that the specific technique for using a tibial intramedullary nail may vary depending on the patient's individual needs and the surgeon's preferences.

Tibial Nail Contraindications

Physician education, training and professional judgement must be relied upon to choose the most appropriate device and treatment.

Conditions presenting an increased risk of failure include:

1. Any active or suspected latent infection or significant local inflammation in or near the affected area.

2. Damaged blood vessels can inhibit adequate blood supply to the fracture or surgical site.

3. Bone mass damaged by disease, infection, or prior implantation that does not provide adequate support and/or fixation for the device.

4. Obesity. Overweight or obese patients can place loads on the implants that can cause device fixation failure or

5. Failure of the device itself.

6. Patients with insufficient tissue coverage at the surgical site.

7. Use of implants that would interfere with anatomy or physiology.

8. Any psychiatric or neuromuscular disease that creates an unacceptable risk of fixation failure or complications in postoperative care.

9. Other medical or surgical conditions that would preclude the potential benefit of surgery.

How to Buy High Quality Tibial Intramedullary Nail?

When looking to buy high quality tibial intramedullary nails, consider the following factors:

  1. Material: Tibial intramedullary nails can be made of stainless steel, titanium, or a combination of both. Make sure to choose a nail made of high-quality material that is suitable for the patient's needs.

  2. Size and design: The size and design of the nail should be appropriate for the patient's anatomy and the type of fracture being treated.

  3. Manufacturer: Choose a reputable manufacturer with a track record of producing high-quality intramedullary nails.

  4. Sterilization: The nail should be sterilized and packaged in a way that ensures it remains sterile until the time of use.

  5. Price: While price is a factor to consider, it should not be the only factor. Cheaper options may compromise on quality, which can lead to complications and increased costs in the long run.

It's important to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine the best tibial intramedullary nail for a particular patient's needs. The healthcare professional can also recommend reputable suppliers and manufacturers.


CZMEDITECH is a medical device company that specializes in the production and sale of high-quality orthopedic implants and instruments, including intramedullary nails. The company has over 14 years of experience in the industry and is known for its commitment to innovation, quality, and customer service.

When purchasing intramedullary nails from CZMEDITECH, customers can expect products that meet international standards for quality and safety, such as ISO 13485 and CE certification. The company uses advanced manufacturing technologies and strict quality control processes to ensure that all products are of the highest quality and meet the needs of surgeons and patients.

In addition to its high-quality products, CZMEDITECH is also known for its excellent customer service. The company has a team of experienced sales representatives who can provide guidance and support to customers throughout the purchasing process. CZMEDITECH also offers comprehensive after-sales service, including technical support and product training.


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