ASLP 2.0 T-Plate

Compact Hand Plates

2.0 mm T-Plate

  • Patient Evaluation : Confirm the patient's medical history, including any allergies, previous surgeries, or underlying medical conditions.Assess the patient's hand function, range of motion, and overall hand health.

  • Imaging and Diagnosis : Perform X-rays, CT scans, or MRI scans to assess the extent and nature of the hand injury or condition.

  • Implant Selection : Choose the appropriate size and type of Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm T-Plate based on the patient's anatomy and the surgical plan.

  • Surgical Planning : Collaborate with the surgical team to develop a comprehensive surgical plan, including the implant placement, incision site, and anesthesia type.

  • Informed Consent : Obtain informed consent from the patient after explaining the surgical procedure, potential risks, benefits, and alternative treatments.

  • Preoperative Instructions : Advise the patient to refrain from eating or drinking for a specific period before the surgery.

  • Patient Preparation : Administer anesthesia according to the planned method (local, regional, or general) and ensure the patient is adequately sedated or numb.

  • Surgical Incision : Make a sterile incision at the predetermined site, ensuring proper exposure of the affected area.

  • Implant Placement : Prepare the bone surfaces for implant placement by cleaning, reshaping, or removing damaged tissue.Securely fix the "Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm T-Plate" to the bone using appropriate screws and instruments.

  • Closure : Close the incision with sutures, staples, or other closure techniques, ensuring proper wound hygiene.

  • Post-Operation Imaging : Perform post-operative X-rays to confirm the correct positioning of the implant and assess its stability.

  • Immediate Recovery : Monitor the patient in the recovery area until they are conscious and stable.Assess circulation, sensation, and movement in the affected hand.

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

  • Immobilization : Depending on the surgical approach and implant placement, immobilize the hand using a splint, cast, or external fixation device as necessary.

  • Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation : Develop a rehabilitation plan to aid the patient in regaining hand strength and function.

  • Wound Care : Instruct the patient on wound care procedures, including keeping the incision site clean and dry.

  • Long-Term Monitoring : Continue monitoring the patient's progress and assess the long-term performance of the "Compact Hand Plates - 2.0 mm T-Plate" through periodic follow-up appointments and imaging studies.