2.0 mm Adaption Plate

Compact Hand Plates

2.0 mm Adaption

  • Patient Evaluation : Thoroughly assess the patient's medical history, current health status, and any potential contraindications for surgery.Review imaging studies (X-rays, CT scans, MRI) to understand the extent of the condition and plan the surgery accordingly.

  • Surgical Planning : Determine the surgical approach, including the specific procedure and location of implantation.Select the appropriate size and type of Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm adaption based on the patient's anatomy and surgical requirements.

  • Patient Education :Inform the patient about the surgical procedure, expected outcomes, potential risks, and post-operative recovery.Obtain informed consent for the surgery.

  • Anesthesia Consultation : Collaborate with an anesthesiologist to assess the patient's suitability for anesthesia and determine the anesthesia plan (local, regional, or general).

  • Pre-operative Instructions : Provide the patient with pre-operative instructions, including fasting guidelines and medication management.
  • Patient Preparation : Position the patient on the operating table, ensuring access to the surgical site while maintaining comfort.

  • Surgical Site Preparation : Thoroughly clean and sterilize the surgical area.Drape the patient with sterile drapes to maintain aseptic conditions.

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

  • Incision and Exposure : Make an appropriate incision to access the affected area of the hand or wrist.Use surgical techniques to expose the bones and soft tissues in the surgical area.

  • Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm adaption Placement : Carefully position the Compact Hand Plates in accordance with the surgical plan.Use surgical instruments to secure the plates to the bone.Ensure proper alignment and fixation.

  • Screw Fixation : Insert screws through the screw holes in the plates to secure them to the bone.Use fluoroscopy or other imaging methods to verify screw placement and alignment.
  • Recovery Room : Transfer the patient to the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) or recovery area for monitoring. Monitor vital signs, pain levels, and anesthesia recovery.

  • Pain Management : Administer pain medication as needed to ensure patient comfort.

  • Immobilization and Rehabilitation : Prescribe or provide appropriate immobilization devices (splints or casts) based on the surgical procedure. Plan post-operative rehabilitation exercises and therapy as necessary.

  • Follow-up Care : Schedule follow-up appointments to monitor the patient's progress and assess wound healing.

  • Rehabilitation :Initiate or coordinate a rehabilitation program to restore hand and wrist function gradually.

  • Long-Term Follow-up : Continue monitoring the patient's progress and addressing any concerns during subsequent appointments.