- Three head widths: narrow, standard and wide
- Four shaft lengths
- Preloaded with F.A.S.T. Guide inserts
Over the past two decades, DVR® has helped change the treatment of distal radius fractures and has been continually improved and adapted to provide a broad range of surgical options to help surgeons address the needs of their patients.
Leading the way to a new approach, the DVR plate is designed to help restore motion to patients worldwide – in the everyday activities that are driven by the hand and wrist.
Locking, non-locking and multi-directional screw options are available to provide optimal fit for the fracture type. For efficiency, all screw holes accept the 2.7mm screws, requiring a single drill bit and driver. Pegs and locked screws have tapered heads and triple-lead threads to create a stiff construct designed to facilitate easy insertion and removal. Cross-locking oblique screw options are designed to provide three-dimensional fixation in the commuted fractures and osteoporotic bone.
DVR® Portfolio of Plates Surgical Technique
DVR Anatomic Volar Plating System Surgical Technique
DVR Anatomic Volar Plating System Brochure
1. Chung, Kevin C. et al. Treatment of Unstable Distal Radial Fractures with the Volar Locking Plating System. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 88:2687-2693.
2. Orbay, Jorge L. et al. Volar Fixed-Angle Plate Fixation for Unstable Distal Radius Fractures in the elderly Patient. The Journal of Hand Surgery. 29:96-102.
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