Designed to Perform

The hand is one of the most complex and most frequently utilized parts of the human musculoskeletal system. It is composed of a multitude of closely balanced structures, e.g. bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, and nerves. The goal of hand surgery is to minimize the impact of hand diseases and injuries on daily activities and to restore and obtain as much function as possible.

TriLock 1.5

One of the smallest polyaxial locking systems in the hand.

Unexpected Solutions

Scaphoid Plate 1.5  & Hookplate.

No fracture untreated

The complete Hand System 1.2 - 2.3  provides tools to face any fracture, regardless of complexity.

TriLock

Patented TriLock locking technology provides multidirectional locking of the screw in the plate.

Treatment Concept

Over the past decades, locking plates have established themselves in the treatment of fractures in the hand and wrist. The increasing number of hand fracture systems that include locking plates reflect the trend of hand surgeons to use internal fixation systems, especially for complex fractures. The treatment with angular stable systems has the advantage of achieving a more stable fixation in fractures with bone loss and of having a reduced risk of secondary displacement. Additionally, they offer the possibility of indirect reduction of metaphyseal fractures. Due to the complex anatomy of the hand in general and the phalanges in particular, the plates should be as small as possible to spare soft tissue, but strong enough to bridge a defect zone. The aim of an osteosynthesis on the hand is to achieve an exercise-stable fracture treatment. This enables early mobilization of the hand.

TriLock T-Plate, 5/4 Hole 1.2/1.5

Design Highlights

  • Internal fixator principle for early mobilization

  • Double bars between screw holes for increased torsional stability

  • Double row T-plate: more screw options for support in the subchondral area

  • Low plate profile with 0.8 mm thickness

Features

TriLock Scaphoid Plate 1.2/1.5

Highlights

  • High degree of stability due to grid structure and up to three TriLock screws on each side of the non-union

  • Anatomically preshaped to correct humpback deformity

  • Two middle bars to keep the bone graft in place

  • Completion of the scaphoid portfolio for non-compressible fractures e.g. humpback deformities, non- unions etc.

Features

Compression Hook Plate 1.2/1.5

Design Highlights

  • Improved anatomical fit.

  • First distal screw row for support of the central aspect of the radio carpal joint.

  • Second distal screw row provides stabilization of the dorsal rim.

Features

Grid Plates 1.2/1.5

Design Highlights

  • Improved anatomical fit.

  • First distal screw row for support of the central aspect of the radio carpal joint.

  • Second distal screw row provides stabilization of the dorsal rim.

Features

Condylar Plates 1.2/1.5

Design Highlights

  • Improved anatomical fit

  • First distal screw row for support of the central aspect of the radio carpal joint.

  • Second distal screw row provides stabilization of the dorsal rim.

Features

TriLock Rotation Correction Plate 2.0/2.3

Hightlights

  • Transversal oblong hole allows up to ± 25° of rotational correction and is close to the joint to perform the osteotomy near the metaphyseal area

  • Separate screw holes (“frog design") simplify contouring in the periarticular area

Features

TriLock Y-Plate, 2.0/2.3

Design Highlights

  • Improved anatomical fit.

  • Radiolucent drill guide block available for rapid and easy angulation of screws.

  • Stabilization of the sigmoid notch and lunate facet.

MC Compression Plate 2.0/2.3

Highlights

  • Several design options: straight, L-/Y-shape

  • Low plate profile with 1.3 mm thickness

  • Broader bars in bridging zones

Features

Grid Plates 2.0/2.3

Design Highlights

  • Fractures in metacarpals and proximal phalanges

  • Comminuted fractures

  • Simple and complex intraarticular and extraarticular fractures

Features

TriLock T-Plates 2.0/2.3

Design Highlights

  • Reduction of articular fracture fragments and fractures close to the joint

  • Broader bars in bridging zones

  • Low plate profile with either 1.0 or 1.3 mm thickness: choice of construct stability

Features

Screws

Non-locking
1.2 Cortical Screws,
HexaDrive 4

Non-locking
1.5 Cortical Screws,
HexaDrive 4

Non-locking
2.0 Cortical Screws,
HexaDrive 6

Non-locking
2.3 Cortical Screws,
HexaDrive 6

Locking
1.5 TriLock Screws,
HexaDrive 4

Locking
2.0 TriLock Screws,
HexaDrive 6

Designed to Simplify

Holding and Positioning Instrument

The ball tip end of the 1.2/1.5 plate holding and positioning instrument (A-2350) facilitates positioning, moving and holding the implant on the bone and can be used with all system sizes.

Plate Cutting

Ensure that there are no remaining plate segments in the cutting pliers (visual check). Insert the plate from the front into the open cutting pliers. Always ensure that the labeled side of the plate is facing upwards. Hold the implantable plate segment with your hand during and after cutting.

K-Wire Cutting

Shorten the K-wires by inserting the wire through the opening located on the side of the plate cutting pliers. Cut the wire by pressing the pliers.

Technological Milestones in Osteosynthesis

TriLock

Multidirectional and angular stable locking, screws can pivot freely by ± 15° in all directions

TriLockPLUS

TriLockPLUS screw holes offer the advantage of locking and compression in one step

HexaDrive

Simplified screw pick-up thanks to self-holding system

Designed to Organize

  • Compact system
  • Easy to use 
  • Lightweight components 
  • Validated cleaning and sterilization of the implants

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