CoLag® CS Screws
2.0, 2.5, and 3.0mm Diameter
The CoLag® screw design unites the rotational stability of a headless screw with the compression lag of a headed screw. The differential threads combined with a low-profile head apply a compression lock to the fragment.
Most Significant Screw Innovation in 25 Years
I.B.S. Compression Screws
2.0, 2.5 and 3mm Diameter
INDIVIDUALLY PACKAGED – Compression Screws are delivered in STERILE, cylindrical cases enclosing a series of capped sleeves. Each Screw package includes a series of self-adhesive labels for UDI compliance and comprehensive implant TRACEABILITY for hospital and patient records.
Each sterile screw package has 6 self-adhesive labels per Implant and is easily identifiable by style, diameter and length on the color-coded end cap.
Each blister pack contains all the necessary instruments for implanting: 2.0, 2.5, 3.0 and 3.5mm Compression Screws.
SUPERELASTIC COMPRESSION STAPLE
NeoSpan® SE Compression Staples are designed to deliver constant active compression and feature:
- Low profile
- Inside/outside stepped-tooth design resists pullout
- Available in multiple sizes from 8 to 25mm
NeoSpan® SE is a SuperElastic, compression-ready fixation system designed for fixation of fractures, fusions or osteotomies of the bones in the forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot. NeoSpan® SE’s compressive properties and stepped-tooth design resists pullout.
Sterile, Disposable Implant Kit / Instrumentation
ENGINEERED STERILE ALLOGRAFT
Sterile Cortical Bone With Osteoconductive Properties
New Fixation for Chevron/Austin Osteotomies
Engineered sterile allograft with multiple wedge facets designed to anchor the BioNail in the bone to fix bone segments together.
The AlloAid BioNail™ is a resorbable, sterile allograft with osteoconductive properties, engineered with multiple wedge facets designed to anchor the BioNail in the bone. AlloAid BioNails™ can be used for fixation and augmentation of small bone osteotomies of the foot.
Sterile Single-Use Instrument Kit:
2.4 & 2.9mm Calibrated Reamers, Reamer Guide, Tamp and K-wire
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