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Cable-Ready® Cable Grip System

Description:... instrumentation with a simple technique. The Cable-Ready Cable Grip system is indicated for general orthopaedic trauma surgery involving: olecranon Fractures, Femur Fractures, Humerus Fractures, Ankle Fractures, Acromioclavicular Dislocations, Prophylactic Banding during Total Joint Procedures, ...
Company:Zimmer, Inc.

Universal Elbow Immobilizer

Features:... Indicated for trauma stabilization, treatment of fractures of the elbow, distal humerus or proximal ulna fractures and chronic olecranon bursitis Constructed of foam laminated to pressure sensitive fabric with three rigid stays for maximum immobilization and a bursa pad for added ...
Company:Corflex, Inc.
Olecranon in Medical Dictionary

Olecranon

... olecranon Bursitis What is olecranon Bursitis ? Most often associated with tennis, ... to the elbow can happen to anyone over time. olecranon : Of or pertaining to the bony tip of the elbow. ...

Triceps

... The triceps muscle tendon of the back of the arm attaches to the olecranon . paradoxical movement of eyelids; paradoxical patella r reflex; ... ), Achilles tendon , biceps tendon , and triceps tendon . The olecranon is that portion of the ulna (lower arm bone) that makes up the bony ...

Cellulitis

... Fluid Fistula ( CSF Leak ) Cerebro vascular Accident ( Hemorrhagic Stroke ) ... Elbow Pain - Elbow pain may be caused by tendinitis , olecranon bursitis , fractures , sprains , arthritis , cellulitis , tumor s, and ulnar nerve entrapment. Cellulitis The inflammation of an area ...

Deltoid

... damage the axilla ry nerve . The most common site for bursitis to occur is the shoulder (sub deltoid ), but it also is seen in the elbows ( olecranon ), hips (trochanteric), knees, heels (Achilles), and toes. ...

Metacarpal

... approved for expanded indications including use in repair of numerous bone fractures (phalangeal, distal radius, metacarpal , radial head, olecranon , ankle), osteotomies, arthrodesis, and correction of hallux valgus . are arranged in two rows and articulate (come together to form a joint ) ...

Movement

... more pressure would flatten the lymph atic vessel and stop the flow of toxins and fluids. The trochlea of the humerus , which joins with the olecranon of the ulna , and actually sets the limits on flexion; the bending movement that can decrease the angle between the bones of the elbow - and ...

Swelling

... ly block, or obstruct, the airway s. This makes it more difficult to push air out of your lungs (exhale). The swelling associated with olecranon bursitis may develop gradually, representing a chronic condition. It may also occur suddenly as the result of infection or trauma tic injury ...

Ulna

... is functional and stable. There may be some degree of deformity in the fingers or thumb. The trochlea of the humerus , which joins with the olecranon of the ulna , and actually sets the limits on flexion; the bending movement that can decrease the angle between the bones of the elbow - and ...

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