Patents

Distal Radius Y Dorsal Plate

The plate is used for the fixation of the multiple fractures of the distal radius, correction osteotomies and as a support in case of displaced fractures. The plate fits to the dorsal of distal Radius with its  low profiled and anatomcally designed ‘’Y’’ shape.

MAMEF (Multifunctional External Fixator)

Multifunctional External Fixator called as MAMEF is a next generation fixator that stabilizes the bone and enables repositioning on the desired level and various planes at the same time. As MAMEF provides an axial corection, it also enables rotational reduction, angular deformity correction and segmental transportation...

Pelvic Acetabulum Anatomic Support Plate System

 Pelvic Plates are used for pelvic fractures without an extra bending which are perfectly fit to the pelvic anatomic form. It enables to fix fractures with only one plate. Pelvic Plates are designed as Antero Postero Superior Acetabulum Anatomic Support Plate (Narrow & Standard), Supra Acetabular-Ichial...

Femur Intramedullary Nail (DSBLS)

Specially designed femoral nail provides a distal locking on condylar area by a DSBLS (Distal Supportive Bolt Locking Screw). It minimizes radiography usage and provides maximum resistance (multiplanar stability) against axial weight, rotation, translation and angulation forces without any nail or screw failure.

MISS LC Proximal Femoral Plate

MISS Proximal Femoral Plate provides bone union by fixating the proxial femoral multiple fractures. The plate applied with minimally invasive system with compression and locking holes. There are different angles of locking options available as 50°-70°, 90°-110°, 125°-135°.

Miss A CHS

The tension band technique converts a tensile force into a compressive force. This enables improved fracture healing, as stability is improved when tensile forces are reduced at the fracture site. Tension banding is particularly useful in the setting of fractures where a muscle pull  produces distraction of the...

Tension Band System

The tension band technique converts a tensile force into a compressive force. This enables improved fracture healing, as stability is improved when tensile forces are reduced at the fracture site. Tension banding is particularly useful in the setting of fractures where a muscle pull  produces distraction of the...