ASLP 2.4 Adaption Plate

Compact Hand Plates

ASLP 2.4 mm Adaption Plate

  • Patient Evaluation: Conduct a thorough pre-operative evaluation of the patient, including medical history, physical examination, and any necessary imaging studies (X-rays, CT scans, etc.).

  • Informed Consent : Obtain informed consent from the patient, explaining the surgical procedure, potential risks, benefits, and alternatives.

  • Anesthesia Consultation :Collaborate with the anesthesia team to determine the appropriate anesthesia method for the patient (local, regional, or general anesthesia).

  • Implant Selection:Choose the 2.4 mm Adaption Compact Hand Plate (ASLP) based on the specific surgical requirements and patient anatomy.

  • Surgical Planning : Plan the surgical approach, incision location, and necessary tools and equipment.

  • Patient Positioning: Position the patient comfortably on the operating table, with the affected hand or finger appropriately exposed.

  • Anesthesia Administration:Administer the chosen anesthesia method to ensure the patient is pain-free and comfortable during the procedure.

  • Incision and Soft Tissue Dissection:Make a precise incision at the predetermined surgical site, exposing the bone or joint that requires treatment.

  • Stability Check: Verify the stability and alignment of the bone or joint fixation with the plate in place. Make any necessary adjustments.

  • Plate Placement : Securely position the 2.4 mm Adaption Compact Hand Plate (ASLP) over the bone or joint, ensuring it conforms to the anatomical contours.

  • Wound Closure : Close the incision meticulously by suturing the skin and underlying tissues, if required. Ensure proper alignment of wound edges for optimal healing.

  • Dressing and Immobilization : Apply sterile dressings over the incision site and immobilize the treated hand or finger using an appropriate splint, cast, or immobilization method as determined by the surgeon.

  • Recovery and Post-Operative Care:Transfer the patient to the recovery area and provide appropriate post-operative care, including pain management, monitoring, and follow-up instructions.

  • Follow-Up Appointments : Schedule follow-up appointments with the surgeon to assess the patient's progress, monitor wound healing, and address any post-operative concerns.

  • Wound Care and Activity Restrictions:Instruct the patient or their caregiver on proper wound care, dressing changes, hygiene, and activity restrictions to support the healing process.