Anatomical width variance considering distal, middle, and proximal parts of ulna.
Benefits of Locking Plate System
Locking plate and screw system provides more stable fixation than conventional plate and screw system.
Locking screws will not loosen from the plate during the healing process.
Locking screws do not rely on bone to plate compression.
A fixed angle construct can be created by using locking screws in osteopenia bone or multi-fragmentary fractures where secure bone purchase with conventional screws may be compromised.
Minimal Soft Tissue Irritation
Anatomic arch design for less irritation Low overall profile of the plate and screw construct for minimal soft tissue irritation
Compression Oblong Holes
Solid Compression by Ulna Reduction Forceps
Additional Compression using Compression Holes
Easy Plate Identification
Plate size information is marked on plate such as Small or Large
Torx Design Screw Head
Allows Higher Torque Application
Locking Variations Available
Easy Sawing Guide
The Easy Sawing Guide offers the ability to make adjustments needed to perform the first and second cuts without the need for numerous guides.
Additionally, allowing continuous adjustment from 1 mm to 10 mm, the osteotomy guide allows resection of the desired amount
Dual-Purpose Peg Screw
• Compression & Fixation
The Reduction Clamp utilizes a speed-lock wheel designed to maintain a hands-free compression of the osteotomy.
The multipurpose temporary Reduction Peg is partially threaded to help ensure that the far cortex is not tapped prior to it being replaced by a screw.
The Reduction Peg is designed to stabilize the ulna and help maintain rotational alignment while creating the osteotomy prior to being used with the Reduction Clamp.