ulna bone is on the medial side of the forearm relative to the anatomical
position, it becomes narrower as it extends towards the distal.
Distal Ulna Anatomic Locking Plate is designed to stabilize fractures and deformities occurring distal to the ulna.
It has 2 types, right and left, and has 5 different hole numbers from 3 to 7.
According to the surgeon's preference, Ø2.7mm, Ø3.5mm and Ø4.0mm locking cortical or cancellous screws can be used in the shaft part. In the distal part, 2.3mm locking cortical screws are used.
The plate has an anatomical shape and profile. It is designed to minimize soft tissue irritation. Thanks to the conical end of the plate, its placement on the bone is easier.
Combi holes allow axial compression. With the Kirschner wire holes, the plate can be temporarily fixed to the ulna, fracture parts can be reduced and the position of the plate relative to the bone can be adjusted.