Scrucan Cannulated Compression System
Manufacturers and Suppliers of SCRUCAN Compression System
With a dedicated team of adroit professionals, Siora Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. is proud to be a trustworthy manufacturer and supplier of orthopedic implants including the SCRUCAN Compression System and Titanium Elastic Nailing System. The company is admired for offering an ISO standard quality of Compression System to its hundreds of clients present across the globe.
Graphic Set (Implant & Instrument) for 4.5/5.5 & 5.5/6.5mm Cannulated Screw (14)Graphic Set (Implant & Instrument) for 4.5/5.5 & 5.5/6.5mm Cannulated Screw
Graphic Set (Implant & Instrument) for 2.7/3.5 & 3.5/4.5mm Cannulated Screw (13)Graphic Set (Implant & Instrument) for 2.7/3.5 & 3.5/4.5mm Cannulated Screw
Cannulated Screw 4.5/5.5mm & 5.5/6.5mm (2)Cannulated Screw 4.5/5.5mm & 5.5/6.5mm
Cannulated Screw 2.7/3.5mm & 3.5/4.5mm (4)Cannulated Screw 2.7/3.5mm & 3.5/4.5mm
The category of SCRUCAN Compression System fabricated by Siora includes Cannulated Lag Screws, Cannulated Compression Screws, Cannulated Cancellous Screws, and instruments used with the SCRUCAN Compression System. Being one of the Top Orthopedic Implant Companies in the world, all trauma implants produced by Siora meet WHO-GMP, ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 13485:2016 standards. We also use ISO standard quality titanium for the manufacturing of this cannulated compression system.
Uses of SCRUCAN Compression System
SCRUCAN Compression System finds its application in the surgical fixation of fractures of both long and small bones along with fusion surgeries and osteotomies. If we talk about Cannulated Cancellous Screws, then they are used for metaphyseal fractures. While on the other hand, Lag Screws are used to fix diaphyseal fractures. When fractures are needed to be stabilized with little to no compression around the fractured area, fully threaded screws are preferred.
Advantages of SCRUCAN Compression System
- Reduced surgical time
- Precise screw placement
- Lower possibility of errors
- Can be used for minimally invasive percutaneous insertion