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3.2mm TwinFix Module

Products3.2mm TwinFix Module
Company Stryker Leibinger Micro Implants
Item 3.2mm TwinFix Module
Features 
  • New system concept with modular implant and instrument containers
  • 7 Modules available for 1.2mm, 1.7mm, 2.3mm, 1.7/2.3mm, 2.7mm RRP, 2.7mm Matrix and TwinFix Cannulated Compression Screw System
  • Customized system configurations for Hand- and Plastic surgeons, Trauma, and Orthopedic surgeons, as well as for Private office surgeons
  • Customized system for single surgical indications
  • Modular concept allowing easy system extensions
  • Half and full size packaging options
  • Improved color-coding
  • Lightweight Aluminum design
  • Description Stryker Leibinger offers a variety of different Titanium Implant Systems and special instrument sets, which enable our customers to treat a wide range of indication
    Info Stryker Leibinger Micro Implants
    Customer Service: (269) 324-5346

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