ASLP 2.4 Y Adaption Plate

Compact Hand Plates

ASLP 2.4 Y Adaption Plate

  • Patient Evaluation: Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of the patient's medical history, hand condition, and diagnostic imaging (such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI) to assess the need for surgery and the suitability of the ASLP 2.4 mm Y Adaption Plate.

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

  • Anesthesia Planning: Collaborate with the anesthesia team to determine the most appropriate anesthesia type (local, regional, or general) based on the patient's health and surgical requirements.

  • Surgical Team Readiness: Ensure the surgical team, including the surgeon, nurses, and technicians, is fully prepared with the necessary instruments and equipment.
  • Incision: Make a precise incision over the affected hand or finger area, exposing the fractured or deformed bone.

  • Fracture Reduction (If Applicable): In cases of fractures, carefully realign the bone fragments to their correct anatomical position.

  • Plate Selection: Choose the appropriate size and configuration of the ASLP 2.4 mm Y Adaption Plate based on the surgical requirements and patient anatomy.

  • Plate Placement: Secure the selected plate onto the bone surface using orthopedic screws, ensuring proper alignment and fixation.

  • Screw Insertion: Carefully insert orthopedic screws through the plate holes and into the bone to provide stable fixation. Ensure screws are tightened to the desired tension.
  • Dressing and Bandaging: Apply a sterile dressing and bandage to the surgical site to protect it and absorb any post-operative drainage.

  • Immobilization:Depending on the procedure and surgeon's recommendation, immobilize the hand or finger using a splint, cast, or brace to facilitate proper healing.

  • Pain Management: Prescribe pain medications and provide instructions for pain management to ensure patient comfort during the initial recovery period.

  • Physical Therapy: Recommend or provide guidance for physical therapy to assist the patient in regaining hand and finger mobility and strength. This may include gentle range-of-motion and strengthening exercises.

  • Rehabilitation: Provide ongoing support and rehabilitation recommendations to ensure the best possible functional outcome for the patient's hand or finger.