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3C44

Rotational diaphyseal deformity (15°) in a short tibia treated with the Sheffield Ring Fixator with Translation Rotation Hinges. Lengthening in progress.

Equipment required
Q.tyCatalogue N.Description
2

81002A

 

2/3 RING INNER DIAMETER 175MM

1

80035

 

SHEFFIELD CLAMP

2

80031

 

3-HOLE WIRE CLAMP SLIDER UNIT

2

80025

 

TWO-HOLE K-WIRE SECURING PIN

4

80112

 

X-WIRE WITH LATERAL OLIVE DIAMETER 2 MM LENGTH 400 MM

1

80074

 

SINGLE SCREW CLAMP

3

99-60144

 

OSTEOTITE BONE SCREW 170/40 MM SHAFT D 6 MM THREAD D 6-5 MM

3

81010

 

TRANSLATION ROTATION HINGE

1

81036

 

THREADED BARS LENGTH 80MM (SET OF 3)

1

81037

 

THREADED BARS LENGTH 120MM (SET OF 3)

3

81025

 

COUNTER NUT

1

81022

 

NUTS & WASHERS (PACK OF 20)

Operative techniques

The Ring Fixation System - Part C: Limb Reconstruction and Complex Trauma

Videos
Pin Site Care
Instructions for use

PQ_EXF - Orthofix External Fixation System

PQ_ISP - Orthofix Fixation System Medical Devices

PQ_SCR - Orthofix Bone Screws for External Fixation System

PQ_SUO - Risks Due to the Re-Use of "Single Use" Device

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Weight bearing and dynamization

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