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TiMAX 3.5/4.0 mm Cannulated Screw System

ProductsTiMAX 3.5/4.0 mm Cannulated Screw System
Company DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.
Item TiMAX 3.5/4.0 mm Cannulated Screw System
Features 
  • One convenient modular case
  • Customizable selection
  • AO quick connect instrumentation
  • Self-drilling, self-tapping 4.0 mm screws
  • New reduced head 4.0 mm screws
  • TiMAX material offers greater head-torque strength than competition
  • Uses 1.6 mm threaded guide wire for reliable positioning
  • Unique thread design provides increased resistance to pull-out
  • Description The 3.5/4.0 mm Cannulated Screw System is part of a series of modular systems developed by DePuy ACE for cannulated screws ranging from 3.5 to 8.0 mm. Matching a combination of screw options with necessary instrumentation, the system provides convenience and flexibility for the orthopaedic surgeon and the OR staff. The 3.5/4.0 mm system may be customized using two of three screw blocks that hold the following screw types: 3.5 mm cannulated cortical; 4.0 mm cannulated cancellous with a standard head; and 4.0 mm cannulated cancellous (full thread or lag) with a reduced head. Consistent with all DePuy ACE implants, the screws offer the TiMAXTM benefits of increased strength, superior biocompatibility and enhanced imaging capabilities.
    Info DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 366-8143
    Web site: http://www.jnjgateway.com/home.jhtml?loc=USENG&page=viewContent&contentId=09008b9880772d01

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