2.4 Condylar Plate

Compact Hand Plates

2.4 mm Condylar Plate

  • Patient Preparation :Confirm the patient's identity and the surgical site. Position the patient comfortably on the operating table, ensuring accessibility to the affected hand or finger.

  • Anesthesia : Administer appropriate anesthesia based on the surgical procedure and patient's condition. This may include local, regional, or general anesthesia.

  • Incision:Make a precise incision at the surgical site, allowing access to the affected bone or joint. The incision's size and location depend on the specific procedure.

  • Soft Tissue Handling:Carefully dissect and handle the surrounding soft tissues to expose the bone or joint that requires treatment. Take care to protect nerves, blood vessels, and tendons.

  • Fracture Reduction (if applicable): If treating a fracture, align and reduce the fractured bone fragments to their proper anatomical position using surgical instruments or reduction clamps.

  • Plate Selection: Choose the appropriate 2.4 mm Condylar Plate based on the patient's anatomy and the specifics of the surgical case.
  • Stability Check : Confirm the stability and alignment of the bone or joint fixation with the Condylar Plate in place. Make any necessary adjustments before proceeding.

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

  • Post-Operative Imaging : Conduct post-operative X-rays or imaging studies to verify the proper placement of the Condylar Plate and the alignment of the treated bone or joint.

  • Recovery Room :Transfer the patient to the recovery area, where vital signs are closely monitored, and initial post-operative care is provided.

  • Pain Management : Administer pain medications as prescribed to manage post-operative pain and discomfort.

  • Physical Therapy (if required) : If recommended by the surgeon, schedule physical therapy sessions to assist the patient in regaining hand or finger strength and mobility.

  • Wound Care :Instruct the patient or their caregiver on proper wound care, including dressing changes, hygiene, and any necessary precautions.