Lateral Proximal Tibia Rail
Fracture of the lateral tibial plateau
Lateral fracture associated with the sinking of the tibial plateau
Bridge fixation with angular stability plates is the most widely used method in the treatment of metadiaphyseal and periarticular fractures of the long bones of the lower limb.
Delayed union, pseudo-arthrosis, breakage of fixation devices and asymmetrical bone callus formation are often caused by the rigidity of the implants, which do not allow proper load transfer to the stumps.
The Rail system is designed to allow use of the most suitable means of fixation for the type of fracture to be treated.
When using the dynamic option system, although resorption and repositioning occur at the level of the fracture rhyme, compression continues to act along the diaphyseal axis, allowing subsequent physiological union and reducing the risk of failure.
|134.4001||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (L) short||102||6+5|
|134.4002||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (R) short||102||6+5|
|134.4003||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (L) medium||142||6+8|
|134.4004||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (R) medium||142||6+8|
|134.4005||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (L) long||181||6+10|
|134.4006||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (R) long||181||6+10|
|134.4007||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (L) extra-long||221||6+12|
|134.4008||Lateral proximal tibia Rail plate (R) extra-long||221||6+12|
Autolocking screws: Ø 3,5 from 10 to 90 mm
Plates and Rail screws: Stainless steel AISI 316 LVM – ISO 5832-1
Autolocking screws: Titanium Ti6AI4V – ISO 5832-3