External Fixator System
External Fixator System is used for the surgical treatment of bone fracture fixation. As the name suggests, External Fixation Device is applied outside the injured area by performing surgery. During the surgery, rods are applied to the bone while having some of their parts outside the skin.
Siora Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. is a renowned manufacturer of External Fixation Devices along with numerous other orthopedic devices. Besides this, our products conform to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 13485:2016 standards. Under this category, we offer different types of external fixators including Tubular Fixators, Ring-type Fixators, Rail Fixators, and Lengthening Fixators.
External Fixator System Manufacturer and Supplier
Siora Surgicals has become a reliable brand name in the field of orthopedic implants and instruments. We own an FDA India-approved manufacturing unit in Sonipat, Haryana, that is well-managed by our team of hard-working professionals. Above all, the unit is set according to WHO-GMP norms and our quality system conforms to ISO 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 standards.
All products falling under the category of External Fixation System are known for its best performance, and that is why we have such a reputed position in the global market. We test our products on stringent quality parameters before approving them to fit for use.
Uses of External Fixator System
External Fixator is being commonly used for limb lengthening surgery, infected nonunions, and treatment of complex & open fractures. This is also known to be effective for phalangeal and forearm open fractures, slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE), osteomyelitis, and septic arthritis.
Advantages of External Fixation System
- External Fixator Device allows direct monitoring of wound and limb status
- Application of the External Fixator is known to be quick and easy
- It is seen that the use of an External Fixator Device ensures minimal risk of infection at the injury site
- With this system, it is easy to perform other activities like dressing changes, skin grafting, bone grafting, and irrigation without disturbing the device or alignment of the fracture