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PERI-LOC Periarticular Locked Plating Upper Extremity

Product Information

Upper Extremity Product Information

Features of Clavicle Locking Plate

  • Four (4) plate options: Superior Medial, Superior Distal, Inferior Medial and Inferior Distal
  • Superior plates available in left and right for precise contour
  • Pre-contoured to reduce need for additional intraoperative contouring
  • Recon plate segments aid additional contouring if necessary
  • Low profile plate and screws reduce the potential for soft tissue and tendon irritation
  • Different plate lengths to accommodate a variety of fractures
  • 316L stainless steel for strength
  • Beveled plate tip for percutaneous insertion
  • Locking and non-locking option in every hole for custom screw configurations

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Features of Distal Humerus Locking Plate

  • Three (3) plate options: Lateral, Medial and Posterolateral
  • Low profile plate and screws reduce the potential for soft tissue and tendon irritation
  • Compression-to-recon plate profile transition facilitates additional intraoperative contouring
  • System configuration allows for either 90°-90° or 180° plating techniques
  • Left and right specific plates available in a variety of lengths for precise implant contour
  • 316L stainless steel for strength
  • Beveled plate tip for percutaneous insertion
  • 2.7mm distal locking screws provide optimal, low profile articular fixation
  • Helical plate design maximizes shaft coverage while avoiding sensitive neuro-anatomy
  • Locking and non-locking option in every hole for custom screw configurations

Features of Proximal Humerus Locking Plate

  • Left and right specific plates available in a variety of lengths for precise implant contour
  • Curved plate design avoids excessive stripping of the deltoid muscle and neuro-vascular damage while maximizing shaft coverage
  • Low profile plate and screws reduce the potential for soft tissue and tendon irritation
  • 3.5mm and 4.5mm versions available when surgically indicated
  • 316L stainless steel for strength
  • Beveled plate tip for percutaneous insertion
  • Locking and non-locking option in every hole for custom screw configurations
  • Divergent proximal screw trajectories for optimal articular reconstruction
  • Suture holes in plate head to facilitate rotator cuff repair
  • Limited contact shaft portion to reduce the risk of periosteal damage
  • Elongated holes in the plate shaft facilitate plate translation

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Features of Olecranon Locking Plate

  • Low profile plate and screws reduce the potential for soft tissue and tendon irritation
  • Compression-to-recon plate profile transition facilitates additional intraoperative contouring
  • Coronal bend of longer plates accommodates ulnar anatomy
  • Locking and non-locking option in every hole for custom screw configurations
  • 2 articular tines provide additional stability in the triceps tendon
  • 316L stainless steel for strength
  • Beveled plate tip for percutaneous insertion
  • Two (2) 2.7mm locking screws provide dual points of articular fixation

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Features of Volar Distal Radius Plate

  • Low profile plate and screws reduce the potential for soft tissue and tendon irritation
  • 26° distal volar tilt allows for optimal anatomic fracture reduction and restoration of the articular surface
  • Pre-contoured standard and wide plates available in lefts and rights and a variety of lengths
  • Locking and non-locking option in every hole for custom screw configurations
  • Unique 5 distal screw configuration
  • 2 points of radial styloid fixation
  • K-wire holes for provisional fixation and joint surface reconstruction
  • 316L stainless steel for strength
  • Elongated holes in the plate shaft and head facilitate plate translation
  • Beveled plate tip for percutaneous insertion

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