TRUE Proximal Tibia Posteromedial Locking Plate
TRUE Proximal Tibia Posteromedial Locking Plates are indicated for internal fixation of posteromedial proximal tibia fractures including buttressing of fractures of the proximal, distal, and metaphyseal areas of the tibia.
Tibia shaft fractures have taken the forefront of long bone fractures, which are the most common today with the advancement of technology and the increase in the number of people involved in sports activities. It accounts for about 15% of all
hole options between 3-7
TRUE Proximal Tibia Posteromedial Locking Plate are
of Ti6Al4V ELI material (ASTM F136)
Combi holes allow locking or compression options.
Limited-contact surface reduces bone-to-plate contact and helps to preserve the periosteal blood supply.
Elongated Combi holes in the neck and shaft facilitate plate adjustment and allow locking or compression options.
Kirschner wire holes accept Kirschner wires (up to 2.0 mm) to temporarily fix the plate to the tibia , to temporarily reduce articular fragments, and to confirm the location of the plate, relative to the tibia.
At the cancellous part of the bone near the joint, 4,0 mm cancellous locking screw option supports plate and screw fit well; prevents it from pull out.