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ProductsPennig Wrist Fixator
Company Orthofix, Inc
Item Pennig Wrist Fixator
Features 
  • Allows for the placement of threaded wires parallel to the joint surface and thus requires only minimal space for its application
  • Inventory is reduced, since the threaded wires do not need predrilling and are trimmed to length
  • Indications for its use in the hand include: fractures, aseptic and infected non-unions, corrective osteotomy, lengthening, replantation, soft tissue correction
  • Description External fixation with the Pennig Minifixator, combines the advantage of secure fragment fixation with a minimally invasive procedure. Soft tissue dissection is not necessary, since in general, indirect reduction is employed.

    Until now, external fixation in the hand has required bridging of the joint in more than 40% of cases (Asche and Burny) because of the design of the fixator clamp. The Pennig Minifixator allows for the placement of threaded wires parallel to the joint surface and thus requires only minimal space for its application. Inventory is reduced, since the threaded wires do not need predrilling and are trimmed to length.
    Info Orthofix, Inc
    Customer Service: (800) 535-4492
    Web site: http://www.orthofix.com

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