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We have manufacturers, suppliers and service providers from the area Plate implants, bone plates, fixation plates, traumatology plates

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Manufacturing of implants
JakuTec Medizintechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Bone plates and screws
HIPP medical AG
Spine - Instruments & Implants
Rudischhauser Surgical Instruments & Implants Manufacturing GmbH
Traumatology - instruments & implants
Rudischhauser Surgical Instruments & Implants Manufacturing GmbH
Deburring bone plates
MAW Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH

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Bone plates

Bone plates

There are two primary types of fixation traumatology plates: those that are nonlocked and those that are locked. External fixators are more rigid than plate-and-screw constructs, but locked plates have some advantages over external fixators. They are easier to apply and less invasive, and they allow more freedom of motion at the fracture site. The study was conducted by Drs. Aaron M. Perdue, Arnold J. Silverberg, and Rachel V. Thakore, BA. They were also joined by Hassan R. Mir, MD, and David J. Polga.

The most common types of plates are the Contour Lock HTO plate and the TomoFix small stature plate. Both have locking screws and are designed to accommodate patients' weights up to 65 kg. The Contour Lock HTO plate is a short and narrow plate with a spacer block. The TomoFix small stature plate has a length of 112 mm, and is designed for people with shorter legs or shorter arms.

The latest developments in trauma fixation have been largely focused on polymeric materials. Carbon Fiber reinforced PEEK polymers are used to create bone fixation components. This can significantly increase the fatigue life of the implanted device. These improvements make the plate more durable, as they are designed to withstand a greater amount of force. It is important to choose a plate that is right for you. You should be able to trust it to hold a broken leg and will last for a long time.

The Centers for Disease Control defines trauma as "a wound caused by a force applied to a living body." It covers fractures and conditions that attack bone tissue. Fixation traumatology plates are essential frontline treatment for bone fractures. Although these devices are among the oldest medical equipment, their advancements are ongoing. High-performance plastics and other innovations have significantly increased the reliability of these devices. This allows them to perform their vital function and prevent reoccurrence of the same injury.

Surgical fixation is one of the most common methods of treatment. It involves the use of a plate to fixate a bone after a fracture has been fixed. It is important to choose the right plate for your patient, as it can affect your results. Choosing the right type of implant will determine the outcome of your surgery. You should ask the surgeon which is more comfortable and more durable. It's important to ensure that the implants are the most appropriate choice for your condition.

This study examined the mechanical strength of a plate for the treatment of fractures of the tibia. Tenth-generation tibial bone composites were evaluated using standard techniques, including a medial open-wedge high tibial osteotomy. Static compression failure was performed on all ten fourth-generation tibial plate composites underwent a cyclic test, which required the surgeon to measure forces and displacements. All tibial bone composites showed a rotation of the tibial head and a fracture of the opposite cortex.

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