Challenge: Radiation Exposure
TRIGEN SURESHOT* Distal Targeting System
Achieve perfect circles without the use of radiation. Real-time video feedback ensures the proper screw orientation relative to the distal interlocking holes.
Distal locking was 100% successful on 50 procedures using the TRIGEN SURESHOT System.1
Distal locking time was reduced by an average of 48% compared to the standard fluoroscopy technique.1
Regarding radiation emission, fluoroscopy time was reduced by an average of 31 seconds which is the equivalent to approximately 0.663 rad.1
Nails that utilize TRIGEN SURESHOT technology
TRIGEN META-NAIL Tibial
TRIGEN FAN Femoral Antegrade Nails
TRIGEN TAN Trochanteric Antegrade Nails
TRIGEN META-NAIL Retrograde Femoral Nail
TRIGEN Humeral Nail (long)
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1. Michael Hoffmann, MD, MBA, Malte Schroder, MD, Wolfgang Lehmann, MD, PhD, Michael Kammal, MD, Johannes Maria Rueger, MD, PhD, and Andreas Herrman Ruecker, MD. Next generation distal locking for intramedullary nails using an electromagnetic X-ray-radiation-free real-time navigation system. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012; 73: 243-248.
2. Ashmore JP, Krewski D, Zielinski JM, Jiang H, Semenciw R, Band PR. First analysis of mortality and occupational radiation exposure based on the National Dose Registry of Canada. Am J Epidemiol 148(6): 564, 1998.
3. Freedman EL, Johnson EE. Radiographic analysis of tibial fractures malalignment following intramedullary nailing. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 1995:25-33.
4. Tornetta P, Patel P, Tseng S, Whitten A, Ricci W. Distal locking using an electromagnetic field guided computer based real time system. Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA) Annual Meeting Poster No. 98, 2009.