Orthopaedic Implants Suppliers in Africa

The Antegrade Femoral Nail (AFN Nailing System) is designed to treat various fractures of the femur shaft such as Compound and simple shaft fractures, Proximal, metaphyseal, and distal shaft fractures, Comminuted fractures, Fractures with bone loss, Intertrochanteric and subtrochanteric fractures, etc. Different nails are placed through the greater trochanter tip or through the piriformis fossa. Implants such as Locking bolt, Proximal cannulated bolt, and Endcap are placed through the nail to secure the nail in place and maintain alignment and length while healing takes place. The Antegrade Intramedullary Nail has multiple screw holes to allow surgeons to opt for suitable fixation depending upon the type of fracture.

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