OUR ORTHOPAEDIC RAIL FIXATORS ARE MADE OF MATERIAL : ALUMINIUM HE30 HARD ANODIZED TOP GRADE.
CATALOUGE ATTACHED BELOW:-
DISTAL RADIUS EXTERNAL FIXATOR
DYNAMIC EXTERNAL FIXATOR
PEDIATRIC RAIL FIXATION SYSTEM
RAIL FIXATION SYSTEM - ADULTS
Advance External Fixtor System For :-
1. Correction Of Deformity
3. Bone Loss
4. Major Soft Tissue Defects
5. Non Unions
7. Joint Destraction
'T' Ball & Socket Clamp
Central Distance Unit
Dynamic External Fixator ( Muiltiplaner )
Compression Detraction Device ( Uniplaner )
Rail Fixation System
Graduated Swivel Clamp
Ball & Socket Clamp
Fracture / Dislocation
Removal of an infected Prosthesis
High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO)
If one part of the joint is worn out, the angle of the leg bone can often be changed to shift stresses onto other areas that are not so worn. This procedure can produce years of pain relief, as an alternative to joint replacement, in appropriate patients.
Purpose of High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO CLAMP)
There are two main reasons to perform high tibial osteotomy. For patients with medial compartment arthritis and a varus knee, its purpose is to provide years of relief prior to knee replacement. This is particularly important in patients too young to be optimal candidates for knee replacement. The other reason it is done is to correct malalignment in patients undergoing another procedure such as Carticel implantation. In these patients the HTO is performed to protect the cartilage replacement from failure due to excessive compressive forces on the graft.
Medial compartment arthritis: It is degeneration of the medial or inside compartment of the knee. Patients experience pain in this area. They also have swelling and reduced function.
Varus knee: It is the knee of a bowlegged person. Some people have this alignment naturally. Others develop it when a knee collapses from arthritis.
Valgus knee and distal femoral osteotomy : Some patients instead of being bowlegged (varus deformity), are knock-kneed or have a valgus knee deformity. To correct this problem, distal femoral osteotomy can be performed. This is similar to the HTO, but instead of cutting and adjusting the tibia, the femur, or bone in the upper leg is cut instead. This procedure is rarer than HTO}
HTO also can be performed by cutting the bone all at once and inserting a plate & the external fixator method instead for two reasons. First, the fixator permits the patient to reach an exact alignment that can be checked with X-rays. With the plate method, the bone is cut, a wedge of bone is removed, and the tibia is straightened all at once. It is difficult to achieve the desired alignment using this method with as high a degree of accuracy as the external fixator method. Second, the external fixator method does not compromise future total knee replacement if that procedure becomes necessary. The plate method is done near the knee joint and in some cases can make future total knee replacement difficult and the ultimate result less successful.