Fracture Fixation

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The Pinit Plate® Small Bone Fusion System is a super low profile, modular bone plate and screw system designed to stabilize a bunionectomy with a medial to lateral approach. It is available in multiple size options for fracture fixation, osteotomies, reconstruction or arthrodesis of small bones and joints in the upper and lower extremities. The system consists of 2-hole bone plates made available in three length options (8 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm hole-to-hole), two thickness options (0.8 mm and 1.6 mm) and 2.0 mm diameter bone screws having lengths varying from 8 mm to 24 mm (in 2 mm increments). The bone plate is pre-assembled with a suture loop intended to provide traction force required to achieve compression between bone segments. The bone screws have a snap-off feature designed to work with the plate and/or as a stand alone fixation fastener. All implant components are manufactured from implant grade stainless steel.

Product Features

  • frozen shoulderStrong and stable stainless steel
  • 2-point bicortical screw fixation
  • Avoids Contact with Sesamoids
  • No Splitting/Fracture of Dorsal Cortex
  • No Measuring Through Osteotomy Site
  • All implants and instruments are provided in a complete, sterile, disposable kit
  • Manual, customizable compression and super quick installation
  • Suture loop allows easy handling and can be used to provide traction force to compress the fracture site
  • No temporary fixation, pre-drill or pilot hole required prior to screw placement
  • Measuring guides ergonomically designed to measure bone plate and screw lengths in a simple step
  • Self-drilling and self-tapping power driven snap-off screw designed to be used with or without the plate
  • Custom screwdriver for manual screw placement or for cases of revision surgery

Surgical Technique

knee injuriesUse the Measuring Guide over the implant site to determine appropriate Bone Plate size and Bone Screw length. Insert the Snap-Off Screw into a self-retaining pin/wire driver to engage it at the shaft. Place the Screw inside the Plate hole not containing the suture (distal hole). Power drive the Screw into distal bone segment while keeping the suture in tension proximally. Bend or tilt the pin/wire driver away from the centre axis to snap-off the shaft from the Screw head once the Plate is in contact with bone, and the Screw head is seated flush with the Plate. Apply traction or compression force proximally with help of suture to close gap between the two bone segments across the osteotomy site. Drive the second appropriate length Snap-Off Screw using a pin/wire driver into proximal Plate hole while maintaining tension on the suture until the Screw head is seated flush with Plate. Snap-off the shaft from the Screw head and use the hand held Screw Driver to adjust screw position if necessary. Remove the suture from final construct and discard. Intra-operative fluoroscopy is recommended to confirm final device placement.

Foot/Ankle Surgical Procedures

meniscus tear1. Akin Osteotomy

2. Bunion Repair

3. Weil Osteotomy

4. Youngswick Osteotomy

5. Lapidus Arthrodesis*

6. Navicular-Cuneiform Arthrodesis*

7. Lisfranc Arthrodesis*

8. Metatarsal Fracture

9. Calcaneal-Cuboid Arthrodesis*

Hand/Wrist Surgical Procedures

neck and shoulder pain1. DIP Arthrodesis

2. PIP Arthrodesis

3. Phalangeal Fracture

4. Metacarpal-Phalangeal Arthrodesis

5. Metacarpal Fracture

6. Metacarpal-Carpal Arthrodesis

7. Carpal Arthrodesis