The AlloAid® Nail is a sterile allograft with osteoconductive properties. Engineered with multiple wedge facets designed to anchor the Nail in the bone. Can be used for fixation and augmentation of small bone osteotomies of the foot.
- Sterile allograft. 10-6 SAL
- Engineered 100% Allograft
- No hardware concerns
- 2 Diameters & 3 Lengths
New Fixation for Chevron/Austin Osteotomies
1. Prep site for Allograft
Following the appropriate osteotomy, select the Drill Guide and corresponding Reamer (see Reamer Size in chart above). A K-wire can be used to stabilize the osteotomy while drilling.
2. Ream to Desired Depth
Use laser-etched depth marks on the supplied Reamers within the Drill Guide to achieve the desired depth.
3. Allograft Placement
Select the corresponding AlloAid® Nail and carefully place the Nail into the reamed hole being certain to not to bend or apply excessive force.
4. Fully seat Allograft
Use the tamp to seat the Nail to the desired depth. Flush placement should be achieved with the proximal surface. Hand pressure on the tamp may be augmented by use of a mallet to gently achieve flush placement of the allograft. The end of the Allografts can be trimmed to achieve a flush surface.
Additional Nails may be used for stability per surgeon preference.