Distal tibia

Distal tibia

Complex intra and extra-articular fractures of the distal tibia.
Osteotomies of the distal tibia.

Description

The medial distal tibia is part of the O’Nil system, characterized by conical coupling between the head of the screw and the bushing, which is pre-assembled on the plate.
Plates realized in diamagnetic steel (AISI 316 LVM – ISO 5832-1) to allow magnetic resonance imaging. Anatomically designed to follow the shape of distal tibia and facilitate their placement, reducing the need for additional models. The seven distal screws allow optimal surgical reduction while having a minimum projection due to the low anatomical profile.

Benefits and advantages
  • Patented screw-plate locking system allows a simple operative technique and eliminates the risk of cross threading between the screw head and the plate
  • Possibility of compression by using the combined slots
  • The angular stability prevents the mobilization of screws; the O’Nil internal fixator also preserves the bone vascularity and allows an early functionality
  • The patented locking system allows a bicortical fixation
  • Reduced surgical times

 

Ref. Plates L. mm Holes
134.1101 Distal tibia plate (L) short 130 7+5
134.1102 Distal tibia plate (R) short 130 7+5
134.1103 Distal tibia plate (L) medium 190 7+8
134.1104 Distal tibia plate (R) medium 190 7+8
134.1105 Distal tibia plate (L) long 250 7+11
134.1106 Distal tibia plate (R) long 250 7+11

 

Autolocking screws Ø 3,5 from 10 to 70 mm
Cortical screws Ø 3,5 from 10 to 70 mm
Materials
Plates and cortical screws: Stainless steel AISI 316 LVM – ISO 5832-1
Bushings and autolocking screws: Titanium Ti6AI4V – ISO 5832-3

 

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