The Antegrade Femoral Nail (AFN Nailing System) is used for the surgical fixation of different types of fractures of the femur shaft including compound and simple shaft fractures, Proximal, metaphyseal, and distal shaft fractures, combination fracture with the patella, fractures in the subtrochanteric region, etc.
The entry point for Antegrade Nail during the fixation of femur shaft fracture are the greater trochanter tip or the piriformis fossa. Implants such as the Locking bolt, Proximal cannulated bolt, and Endcap are placed through the nail to secure it in place and maintain alignment & length while healing takes place. The ADROIT Antegrade Intramedullary Nail has multiple screw holes to allow surgeons to opt for suitable fixation depending upon the type of fracture.
Siora Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. is a renowned orthopedic manufacturer of Antegrade Femoral Nails along with other trauma implants like TFN/PFN Nailing System. Our Antegrade Nails are available in different sizes and lengths (Diameter- 9.0, 10.0 & 11.0mm with lengths ranging from 340 mm to 440 mm). ISO Standard quality Titanium or Stainless Steel is used for the manufacturing of Antegrade Interlocking Nail.
The company has more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing international standard quality trauma implants. While in these years, SIORA has established a strong position in both national and international markets.
Antegrade Intramedullary Nail finds its use for the surgical treatment of distal femur fractures. Besides this, the AFN Nailing System is also indicated for femoral shaft fractures. Plus, this orthopedic implant is also found to be useful when femur shaft fracture occurs in combination with the patella, floating knee conditions, combination fractures with femoral neck, pelvis, or acetabulum, during pregnancy, and also in case of polytrauma.
Siora Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. is a manufacturer and exporter of orthopaedic implants and instruments for over three decades. We have a comprehensive portfolio of trauma products numbering more than two thousand.