2.0 Condylar Plate ASLP

Compact Hand Plates

2.0 mm Condylar

  • Patient Evaluation : Conduct a thorough patient evaluation, including a medical history review, physical examination, and assessment of any potential contraindications for surgery.

  • Surgical Planning : Determine the surgical approach, specific procedure, and the exact location for implanting Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar based on the patient's condition.

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

  • Informed Consent : Obtain informed consent from the patient, ensuring they understand the procedure and its associated risks.

  • Implant Selection : Ensure that the appropriate size and type of Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar are selected based on the surgical plan.

  • Sterility Check : Verify that all surgical instruments, including Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar, are properly sterilized and ready for use.
  • Patient Positioning : Position the patient on the operating table, ensuring accessibility to the surgical site while maintaining comfort.

  • Surgical Site Preparation : Thoroughly clean and sterilize the surgical area to minimize the risk of infection.

  • Anesthesia Administration :Administer the chosen anesthesia to ensure the patient's comfort and pain control during the procedure.

  • Incision and Exposure : Make a precise incision to access the affected area of the hand or wrist.

  • Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar Placement : Carefully position the Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar in accordance with the surgical plan.

  • Screw Fixation : Insert screws through the screw holes in the plates to secure them to the bone.
  • Recovery Room : Transfer the patient to the recovery area or post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) for monitoring.

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

  • Immobilization and Rehabilitation : Prescribe or provide appropriate immobilization devices (splints, casts) based on the surgical procedure.

  • Complication Monitoring : Be vigilant for potential complications such as infection, implant-related issues, or delayed healing.

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

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