Contouring for the most complex bone surfaces
The F3® Fragment Plating System designed to offer strong, low profile fixation of small bone fragments in a locked plating construct that can be contoured directly to the bone. The system consists of two plate styles: high flex and high strength.
- Hand and Wrist
- The high flex plates offer three-dimensional contouring designed to help facilitate matching of the most complex bone surfaces. Bending is possible in the axial, coronal, and sagittal planes.
- The high strength plates offer two-dimensional contouring, providing increased plate stiffness over the high flex design. Bending is possible in the axial and coronal planes. The system also includes locking peg technology designed to provide a strong and stable construct.
- The plate can be initially fastened to the bone, and then contoured, or may be bent initially to allow for insertion into a concavity such as the neck of the metatarsals.
F3 Flexible Fragment Fixation Surgical Technique
Surgical Approach The F3® Fragment Plating System is designed to offer a low-profile, yet strong fixation in a locked plating construct that can be contoured directly to the bone.
F3® Fragment Plating System
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