IMHS CP SURGICAL TECHNIQUE PDF

In the final analysis, the preferred treatment is that which addresses the needs of the specific patient. The long nails expand indications to include comminuted neck and shaft fractures, and prophylactic nailings of impending pathological fractures. Introduced in with its design, the IMHS system provided a more minimally invasive technique than the traditional Compression Hip Screw. By featuring a Centering Sleeve to enhance Lag Screw sliding and medializing the implant to reduce the moment arm, this design improved implant biomechanics for the treatment of hip fractures.

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Toggle navigation. Table of Contents. IMHS - GMDN GMDN Preferred Term Name GMDN Definition Orthopaedic bone screw, non-bioabsorbable, sterile A small, sterile, threaded rod with a slotted head typically used for internal orthopaedic fracture fixation by being screwed into bone to hold plates or nails to bone or to provide direct interfragmentary stabilization of bone, or it may fasten soft tissue to bone; it is made of a material that cannot be chemically degraded or absorbed via natural body processes includes implant grade metal such as surgical steel, titanium alloy, or carbon fibre.

There are a number of kinds available: cortical, cancellous, malleolar, scaphoid, partially-threaded and fully-threaded, self-tapping, and cannulated.

A "lag screw" can be any of these used to obtain compression across bone fragments. To get metrics for your Hospital, click here.

Get a Demo and know more. LOS 5. LOS NA 2. A small, sterile, threaded rod with a slotted head typically used for internal orthopaedic fracture fixation by being screwed into bone to hold plates or nails to bone or to provide direct interfragmentary stabilization of bone, or it may fasten soft tissue to bone; it is made of a material that cannot be chemically degraded or absorbed via natural body processes includes implant grade metal such as surgical steel, titanium alloy, or carbon fibre.

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IMHS CP Clinically Proven Intramedullary Hip Screw Surgical Technique

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Minimally invasive surgery MIS is fast becoming a preferred choice for patients and surgeons, due to its biological, aesthetic and commercial benefits. The dynamic hip screw DHS is the standard implant for the treatment of fractures of the proximal femur, which is considered to be the most frequent injury in the elderly.

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Embed Size px x x x x The technique description herein is made available to the healthcare professional to illustrate the authors suggested treatment for the uncomplicated procedure. In the final analysis, the preferred treatment is that which addresses the needs of the specific patient. Table of contentsIndications IMHS CP Intramedullary Hip Screw is indicated for fractures of the proximal femur including peritrochanteric fractures, reverse obliquity fractures, and subtrochanteric fractures. The long nails expand indications to include comminuted neck and shaft fractures, and prophylactic nailings of impending pathological fractures.

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Toggle navigation. Table of Contents. IMHS - GMDN GMDN Preferred Term Name GMDN Definition Orthopaedic bone screw, non-bioabsorbable, sterile A small, sterile, threaded rod with a slotted head typically used for internal orthopaedic fracture fixation by being screwed into bone to hold plates or nails to bone or to provide direct interfragmentary stabilization of bone, or it may fasten soft tissue to bone; it is made of a material that cannot be chemically degraded or absorbed via natural body processes includes implant grade metal such as surgical steel, titanium alloy, or carbon fibre. There are a number of kinds available: cortical, cancellous, malleolar, scaphoid, partially-threaded and fully-threaded, self-tapping, and cannulated. A "lag screw" can be any of these used to obtain compression across bone fragments.

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