Femur plates

Proximal lateral femur plate with angle stabilization (titanium) (#1)

Number of holes (right/left): 4-13
Length (mm): 142-304
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cancellous, 7.3 mm cannulated

Proximal lateral femur plate with angle stabilization (titanium) (#2)

Number of holes (right/left): 2-14/6-14
Length (mm): 121-337/178-322
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cannulated

Proximal lateral femur plate with angle stabilization (titanium) (#3)

Number of holes (right/left): 2-14/6-14
Length (mm): 121-337/178-322
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cannulated
Intended use of lateral femur plate: lateral hip fractures, transverse subacetabular femur fractures; acetabular fractures, including transverse ones, inter-acetabular , multi-fragmental and unstable medial fractures; unilateral proximal femur fractures; transcervical and subcapital fractures; proximal femur osteotomy, nonunion and wrong union of femur fractures.
Design features of lateral femur plate: 6 points of fixation in proximal femur provides better rotation stability; multi-axial and multi-planar fixation provides optimal strain distribution and prevents femoral head destruction.

Curved wide femur plate - 1 with angle stabilization (titanium) (#4)

Number of holes (right/left): 11-16
Length (mm): 220.4-310.4
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cancellous

Wide straight plate 2 (for lower extremities) with angle stabilization (titanium) (#5)

Number of holes (right/left): 6-16
Length (mm): 136-316
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cancellous
Intended use: femur shaft fractures.

Lateral-distal femur plate -1 with angle stabilization (titanium) (#6)

Number of holes (right/left): 6-16
Length (mm): 176-376
Screws: 4.5 mm cortical, 5.0 mm blocking, 6.5 mm cancellous
Intended use: epicondylus abarticular, complete articular and periprosthetic femur fractures.

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