Featuring CoreLock™ Technology
A preassembled embedded locking mechanism
The Phoenix Tibial Nail System features CoreLock Technology that offers a preassembled, locking mechanism for locking all proximal oblique screws and for inboard compression up to 5mm.
- Hip and Femur
- Intramedullary Nails
- The system is designed to facilitate easy insertion through the 3.5mm inserter connector that retains head of end cap.
- Streamlined workflow enabled through color-coded screw and end cap options.
Phoenix Suprapatellar Approach Surgical Technique Addendum
Surgical Approach:The tibial nail is available in outer diameters of 7.5mm, 9mm, 10.5mm, 12mm and 13.5mm at lengths from 240mm-420mm in 10mm increments. The system features a strong, lightweight Radiolucent Targeting Arm that permits radiographic visualization in multiple planes. With its easy to use color-coded instrumentation conveniently contained in a single tray and its innovative implant design, the Phoenix Tibial Nail System is designed to address both patient and surgeon needs.
Phoenix Tibial Nail Distal Fracture Pattern
Phoenix Tibial Nail Proximal Fracture Pattern
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