Combining strength with a tube/plate junction

The Versa-Fx® Femoral Fixation System may be used for the internal fixation of supracondylar fractures with displaced intra-articular fragments, with vertical intra-articular extension, and in the patient with multiple lower extremity fractures.

The Versa-Fx® II Femoral Fixation System combines the strength of 22-13-5 stainless steel with a tube/plate junction. Anatomically contoured, the plate is designed to provide optimum flexibility in angle fixation.

A wide selection of sizes, tube/plate angles, and screw hole configurations provide the versatility to use the Versa-Fx II System in a variety of indications, including intracapsular, intertrochanteric, and subtrochanteric fractures (Winquist Type Ill comminuted fractures). The tube plate is available in both keyed and keyless options, with a single set of instruments used for both.

Anatomy

  • Hip & Femur

Product Type

  • Plates and Screw

Benefits

Accurate

  • Pin relocator provides accurate reinsertion of guide pin

Variable Options for Optimal Fit

  • System offers a variety of tube angles that range between 130°-150° Compression Tube Plates and 95° or 90° Supracondylar Tube Plates with keyed and keyless tube plate design options. A choice of three thread options combined with a tapered core helps maximize the bone implant interface.

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