ultimate plate position and screw position depends upon the fracture reduction achieved and placement of guide wires into the involved femoral head and neck (Fig. 1). The xed-angle guide wires are threaded to the proximal three holes of the plate, and the plate is approximated to the prox-imal femur. Next, a guide wire was advanced through the mostBiomechanical Analysis of a Novel Femoral Neck Locking femoral neck locking platesBackground The purpose of this study is to determine the biomechanical stability of a novel prototype femoral neck locking plate (FNLP) for treatment of Pauwels type C femoral neck fractures compared with other current fixation methods. Methods Forty femur sawbones were divided into groups and a vertical femoral neck fracture was made. Each group was repaired with one of the following (CS)
PediLoc® Femur Locking Plate System. The PediLoc Femur Locking Plated System is indicated for the treatment of pediatric femur fractures and osteotomies and eliminates the need for intraoperative bending and contouring while also providing superior fixation with either locking or non-locking screws. Fractures of the femur, the largest and strongest bone in the body, are typically treated with surgical Cited by 59Pediatric LCP® Plate System J&J Medical DevicesThe Pediatric LCP Plates have a universal design for the left and right femur. The head of the plate features threaded holes for locking screws that either angle into the femoral neck or angle parallel to the growth plate in the distal femur in place of the traditional angled blade.Cited by 63Factors influencing femoral neck fracture healing after femoral neck locking platesINTRODUCTION The purpose of this study was to determine factors that affect the early failure of femoral neck fracture healing after internal fixation with a dynamic locking plate implant. PATIENTS AND METHODS Retrospective analysis of all cases of femoral neck fracture (FNF) primarily treated with dynamic locking plate implant from 04 2014 to 04 2017 with a minimum of 6 month follow-up.
In recent studies by Aminian et al. and Nowotarski et al. , femoral neck locking plates were reported as the strongest fixation method for vertical femoral neck fracture. It should be noted that the locking plates used in these studies [12, 14] were different from the PFLP employed in this research. In this study, PFLP with two locking screws femoral neck locking platesComparison of Three Fixation Methods for Femoral Neck femoral neck locking platesOct 01, 2015 · In recent studies by Aminian et al. and Nowotarski et al. , femoral neck locking plates were reported as the strongest fixation method for vertical femoral neck fracture. It should be noted that the locking plates used in these studies [12, 14] were different from the PFLP employed in this research. In this study, PFLP with two locking screws femoral neck locking platesDistal Femur Locking Plates Fit Poorly Before and After femoral neck locking platesObjective To evaluate the fit of distal femur locking plates. Secondarily, we sought to compare plate fit among patients with and without a total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Design Retrospective. Setting University hospital. Intervention Standard length precontoured distal femur locking plates from 4 manufacturers were digitally templated onto each patient's pre-TKA and post-TKA radiographs.
CONQUEST FN Femoral Neck Fracture System is a dynamic locking hip fracture fixation system. The system includes a comprehensive product offering dedicated to treating femoral neck fractures. Proximal Femoral Locking Plate Design The CONQUEST FN Locking Plates are designed to provide both angle and length stability for hip preserving fixation.Femoral Neck Fracture Types, Symptoms, Treatment, and femoral neck locking platesDec 11, 2018 · The femoral neck is the most common location for a hip fracture. Your hip is a ball and socket joint where your upper leg meets your pelvis. Your hip is Femoral Neck System (FNS) J&J Medical DevicesThe Femoral Neck System (FNS) is indicated for femoral neck fractures, including basilar, transcervical, and subcapital fractures, in adults and adolescents (12
The Femoral Neck System (FNS) is indicated for femoral neck fractures, including basilar, transcervical, and subcapital fractures, in adults and adolescents (12-21) in which the growth plates have fused or will not be crossed. Contraindications The specific contraindications for the Femoral Neck System (FNS) include Pertrochanteric fracturesIncreased torsional stability by a novel femoral neck femoral neck locking platesJun 01, 2018 · As torsional stable fixation promotes femoral neck fracture healing, the Hansson Pinloc® System with a plate interlocking pins, was developed from the original hook pins. Since its effect on torsional stability is undocumented, the novel implant was compared with the original configurations.LCP PEDIATRIC PLATE SYSTEMThe head of the plate features threaded holes for locking screws that either angle into the femoral neck in the proximal femur or parallel to the growth plate in the distal femur in place of the tradi- tional angled blade. In the proximal femur plates, an additional diverging c alcar screw ensures increased
of the proximal femur Plates specically designed for left or right femur to accommodate average femoral neck anteversion Plate lengths allow spanning of the entire diaphysis in segmental fracture patterns Use of locking screws provides the option of an angular stable construct independent of LCP® Distal Femur Plate LISS Plate J&J Medical DevicesDistal Femur Plate with LISS technique option. The LCP Distal Femur Plates are part of the Large Fragment LCP System. LCP Distal Femur Plates feature Combi holes along the shaft and threaded locking holes in the plate head. Instructions for use are found in the information that accompanied the product packaging.Locking Attachment Plate. For treatment of The Locking Attachment Plate for LCP 4.5 5.0 is used with LISS LCP DF, LCP Condylar Plate 4.5 5.0, LCP 4.5 5.0 broad and broad curved and VA-LCP Condylar Plate 4.5 5.0 The Locking Attachment Plate for LCP Proximal Femoral Plates, with its slightly rounded shape is used with LCP Proxi-mal Femoral (Hook) Plates. They are marked with the letters
All plates offer the ability to insert three screws into the femoral neck and dynamically compress the osteotomy site, thereby creating a stable construct. Also, instruments and implants are cannulated to enable the surgeon to maintain control of bony fragments throughout the entire procedure. This product may not be available in all markets.Locking plates versus retrograde intramedullary nails in femoral neck locking platesIntroduction Biomechanical studies demonstrated the superiority of retrograde supracondylar intramedullary nails (RIN) against locking plates (LP) for the treatment of periprosthetic supracondylar femoral fractures (PSFs); however, clinical results are still conflicting. This study aimed to compare LP and RIN, as well as, cemented and uncemented nails in the treatment of PSFs regarding femoral neck locking platesOpen reduction, pediatric hip locking plate for 31-M 3.2 femoral neck locking platesGenerally, a 130° angled plate is appropriate for fracture fixation as it corresponds most closely to the child's femoral neck-shaft angle. It offers the possibility of three parallel screws into the neck. Plate length depends on the extension of the fracture down the femoral shaft.
Abstract Objectives The purpose of this study was to compare the postoperative radiologic and clinical outcomes of telescopic femur neck screws and small locking plate device (Targon FN) (group 1) with multiple cancellous screws (group 2) for displaced intracapsular femoral neck fractures. Design Comparison of a prospective collected data to a historical control group (retrospective).PERILOC PFP 4.5mm Proximal Femur Locking Plate Smith femoral neck locking platesLocking, 6.5mm Cancellous, 6.5mm Cannulated Conical and or 6.5mm Cannulated Locking Screws 2.0 m anatomic bow beginning at the sixth hole to maximize plate coverage extending down the femoral shaft Radiolucent targeter available for percutaneous fracture fixationTargeter System for 4.5mm Distal Femur Locking Platekeeping the proximal end of plate against the femur during insertion. Position Plate Position the PERI-LOC 4.5mm Distal Femur Locking Plate by matching the contour of the plate to the distal portion of the lateral femur. Insert the screw guide with the red color-coded 3.5mm drill guide into one of the distal holes. Tighten the screw guide to the base and tighten the red drill guide to the plate.
Nowotarski PJ, Ervin B, Weatherby B, Pettit J, Goulet R, Norris B. Biomechanical analysis of a novel femoral neck locking plate for treatment of vertical shear Pauwel's type C femoral neck fractures. Injury, 2012, 43 802806. [Google Scholar]