- Kits currently available
- Screws available in fenestrated, fully-cannulated design as well as fenestrated, partially-cannulated design for use when the screw tip may penetrate the opposite cortex.
- Screws are sterile packed with sheath assembly in order to facilitate the injection of N-Force Blue.
Designed to provide improved metaphyseal void fill and increase structural support of the implant4
The first augmented fixation system, integrating fenestrated screws and a Bone Substitute Material (BSM) into a single construct to provide metaphyseal bone void fill and structural support to the screw.
The N-Force Fixation System is comprised of fenestrated screws, washers and N-Force Blue Bone Substitute Material (BSM). N-Force Blue is injected directly into the fenestrated screw with the use of a sheath which is designed to help minimize BSM leakage into the soft tissues.
- Tibia, Hip & Femur
- Cannulated Screws
An augmented fixation system, integrating fenestrated screws and a Bone Substitute Material (BSM) into a single construct to provide improved metaphyseal void fill and increase structural support of the implant.
- Kits currently available
- Screws available in fenestrated, fully-cannulated design as well as non-fenestrated, fully-cannulated design.
- Screws are sterile packed with sheath assembly and washer for surgical efficiency and to facilitate the injection of N-Force Blue.
- The system is designed to provide fracture stability and K-wire fixation, when sequential drilling and screw insertion has been performed.
- N-Force Blue BSM is used in conjunction with the N-Force Fixation System® providing a convenient mixing injection system.
- The proprietary nano crystalline calcium phosphate mimics the chemical structure of human bone to facilitate remodeling1-4. N-Force Blue sets hard in a wet environment and may be irrigated after setting allowing for a complete defect fill2.
N-Force System® Surgical Technique
Surgical Approach N-Force Blue is the only FDA cleared BSM that is validated for use with the N-Force Fixation System. Zimmer Biomet recommends that N-Force Blue be used with the N-Force Fixation System.
N-Force Blue Mixing Video
N-Force™ Fixation Femoral Neck Procedure
Zimmer Biomet N-Force Fixation System Animation Tibial
1. Knaack D, Goad ME, Aiolova M, Rey C, Tofighi A, Chakravarthy P, Lee DD. Resorbable Calcium Phosphate Bone Substitute. J Biomed Mater Res. 1998 Winter;43(4):399-409.
2. Colon DA, Yoon BJ, Russell TA, Cammisa FP, Abjornson C. Assessment of the Injection Behavior of Commercially Available Bone BSMs for Subchondroplasty® Procedures. Knee. 2015 Dec;22(6):597-603. doi: 10.1016/j.knee.2015.06.017. Epub 2015 Jul 23.
3. Hernandez, C.J. Keaveny, T.M. A Biomechanical Perspective on Bone Quality. Bone. 2006 Dec; 39 (6): 1173-1181.
4. Internal report, Mart-Test, Inc.: 350% increase in bench-top screw pull-out strength with BSM versus no BSM; funded by InnoVision, August 2009. The material used in this testing is chemically identical to the calcium phosphate found in N-Force Blue.
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