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Trauma Devices

Intramedullary nails

Intramedullary nails are used for the surgical treatment of fractures and rheumatoid arthritis. They are mainly composed of an intramedullary nail and some screws. Thick metal lug screws are sometimes used to ensure stronger anchoring.

The intramedullary nail inserted in the center of the bone supports the bone and can tightly anchor the targeted area.

The lug screws facilitate bone adhesion by applying moderate compression on a reduced area.

Screws are used for immobilizing the intramedullary nail in the bone with the main purpose of preventing sinking and rotation.

In order to prevent rotation, Teijin Nakashima Medical has developed a nail with fins that immobilizes the bone with greater force.

What are “Trauma Devices” ?

Trauma devices include metallic plates, screws, and intramedullary nails that are used to temporarily knit fractured or dislocated bones or hallux valguses. They are removed after fusion.

There are various kinds of devices depending on the specific case.

What are “Teijin Nakashima Medical’s Trauma Devices” ?

These trauma devices are artificial materials that aim to reset bones damaged by fracture or dislocation.
By assisting the wounded parts with trauma devices, weakened parts are securely immobilized, providing the prospect of a quicker recovery.
Teijin Nakashima Medical makes trauma devices in various sizes suited to the bone configuration of Japanese people, and they can be fitted to fractures most anywhere on the body. The devices are also shaped to the indicated site, which helps bones to mend faster.

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