August 2020

Large Fragment Cannulated Screw System

OrthoPediatrics recently launched its Large Fragment Cannulated Screw System. The innovative system in indicated to address trauma procedures, as well as treat children with slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE); it includes specific design elements to address the needs of the pediatric population. The system’s design features include screws in 2mm increments for more precision, screw thread run out in the head of the screw to aid in hardware removal, dual lead threads to accelerate screw insertion, and threaded cannulation to facilitate implant removal. Large Fragment Cannulated Screws are available in 6.5mm and 7.3 mm diameters and are intended for pediatric fracture fixation of large bones and large bone fragments such as slipped capital femoral epiphysis, femoral neck fractures, tibial plateau fractures, sacroiliac joint disruption, intercondylar femur fractures, subtalar arthrodesis, and fixation of pelvis and iliosacral joint.

OrthoPediatrics Corp.


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