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FastExtract® ENR Easy Nail Removal
Ortho Medicor AG
Traumatology - instruments & implants
Rudischhauser Surgical Instruments & Implants Manufacturing GmbH

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Intramedullary nails (bones)

Intramedullary nails (bones)

Orthopedic nails are medical devices used to treat fractures. These surgical devices are inserted inside a damaged or missing bone and act as artificial cartilage. They are made from sterilized stainless steel, titanium, and quality plastic. They are commonly used to stabilize bones in complex situations, and are the best option for patients with fractures, including those requiring open reduction. Intramedullary and proximal fixation are the two main types of orthopedic nails.

In the operating room, orthopedic nails can be a highly customized solution. The modular design allows the surgeon to customize the size, shape, and shape of the nail to meet the patient's specific needs. Flow-Drill, a Class I 510(k)-approved manual drill, places a needle over the guide wire for elegance and precision. The Flow-Screws can be removed with a standard hex head driver.

Flow-FX allows the surgeon to easily customize the length, shape, and color of the nail in the operating room. Flow-FX also includes a proprietary Class I 510(k)-exempt manual drill that is placed over a guide wire. The Flow-Drill provides precision and elegance during surgery. The Flow-Drill is compatible with most commercial driver handles. Flow-Drill's direct attachment of a syringe allows for seamless delivery of biologics.

Intramedullary nails are the gold standard treatment for long-bone fractures, including metaphyseal fractures. Since the 16th century, they have undergone numerous revisions, and the number of novel designs has increased in recent years. The goal of these new IMNs is to improve intramedullary fixation. This article maps the history of IMNs in orthopedic surgery, describes current limitations and complications, and identifies novel IMNs.

The GPC Unreamed Tibial Nail is indicated for open humerus shaft fractures and nonunions. The GPC Unreamed Humeral Nail is an intramedullary femoral nail, and is indicated in tibial fractures. Its marrow cavity is enlarged to allow it to pass through a marrow canal. Moreover, the implanted device is compatible with bone grafts and can be used for arthroplasty procedures.

The TENS nail is a type of fixed-metal implant that is used for diaphyseal fractures of long bones. This type of nail is also known as rush nail. The GPC Reamed Humerus Nail Omni is used for complex fractures. The GPC Reamed Humeral Nail is available in stainless steel and titanium. The implant is removable and is made to last for life.

The first intramedullary implant nails were triangular and 'V'-shaped. The V-shaped shape was considered more stable, and several modifications were made for various bones. The Rusch nail is used for the ulna bone. The V-nails have a chisel-like end and are inserted into the fracture under fluoroscopic control. The Interlocking Nail system is also a type of orthopedic implant.

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