Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar

Product Overview

Introducing our cutting-edge orthopedic implant, the Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar. Crafted with precision, these plates are designed to provide unparalleled stability and support in hand and wrist surgeries. The unique condylar design ensures a secure fit and optimal alignment, promoting swift healing and recovery. Trust in the precision and reliability of Compact Hand Plates for superior bone fixation and restoration. Elevate your orthopedic practice with this state-of-the-art implant, engineered for excellence.

Product Uses
  • Hand Fracture Fixation : These plates are utilized to stabilize and support fractured or broken hand bones, ensuring proper alignment and rapid healing.

  • Wrist Fracture Repair :Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar are essential for the treatment of wrist fractures, providing stable fixation for effective recovery.

  • Carpal Tunnel Release : Surgeons employ these plates in carpal tunnel release procedures to alleviate pressure on the median nerve and alleviate symptoms.

  • Joint Fusion (Arthrodesis) : In cases where joint fusion is required, these plates facilitate the fusion of hand and wrist bones to address conditions like arthritis or instability.

  • Tendon Repair :Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar offer stability and support for tendon reattachment during tendon repair surgeries.

Product Specification
  • Plate Thickness : 2.0 mm, offering a balance between strength and low-profile design for optimal hand and wrist surgeries.

  • Plate Design : Condylar design that provides versatility and secure fixation, suitable for various hand and wrist surgical applications.

  • Material : Manufactured from high-quality surgical-grade stainless steel or biocompatible titanium, ensuring excellent biocompatibility and resistance to corrosion.

  • Locking Mechanism : May feature locking options to ensure robust stability and prevent screw backout, particularly in high-stress areas.

  • Hole Configuration :Precision-engineered screw holes designed for secure screw fixation, enabling stable implant placement.

Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm Condylar Sizes

  • 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.