ACE-Fischer External Fixation System

The ACE-Fischer External Fixation System is a highly versatile frame that can be constructed for applications ranging from simple fractures to complex reconstruction. Over 25 years of successful clinical history has demonstrated its versatility and effectiveness.

The ACE-Fischer external fixation system is indicated for open and closed long bone fracture fixation to include tensioned wire fixation of periarticular fractures, arthrodesis, limb lengthening, osteotomy, reconstruction, non-unions, pseudoarthrosis, correction of bony or soft tissue defects and deformities.

Features and Benefits

  • Connecting rod universal joint design
  • Components may be added/removed independently
  • Carbon fiber rings
  • Minimal componentry and minimal instrumentation
  • Telescoping rod
  • Carbon fiber foot frame
  • Elevator

NOTE: The elevator is provided for use with the foot frame and is NOT intended for weight-bearing applications. The elevator is meant to shield the bottom of the foot to minimize the potential for accidental contact with the floor surface. Whether at rest or ambulation on crutches, the elevator is NOT intended to support the weight of the foot or leg.

Additional Information

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