• CHARFIX2 tibia nail
    Due to the introduced improvements the nail shape and the  nail entry point have been changed. Therefore, the procedure has become safer for the patient.
    Screwing the locking elements at the angle other than perpendicular to the nail axis permits the fixation of complex comminuted fractures.
    The instrument set is supplied with two proximal targeting devices that let the surgeon select a method of nail implantation.
    Indications:
    • tibia shaft fractures;
    • proximal epiphyseal fractures;
    • tibia shaft fractures undergoing both epiphysis
    • pathological fractures;
    • pseudoarthrosis, malunion or non-union treated with other methods.
  • CHARFIX2 anatomical femoral nail is a next generation nail that is shaped in several planes to better match the femur anatomy. The nail can be inserted through the lateral insertion point.
    This makes the implantation easier and results with less trauma to the patient.
    The nail enables to fix femur applying static, dynamic, compression or reconstructive intramedullary osteosynthesis.
    Instruments included in the instrument set give several options for opening and preparation of the intramedullary canal.
    The bone tamping mechanism applied in the two-step drill enables a better stabilization while drilling in the femoral neck.
    Indications:
    • femur shaft fractures;
    • subtrochanteric and intratrochanteric fractures;
    • femur neck fracture;
    • pathological fractures;
    • pseudarthrosis;
    • malunion and non-union treated with other methods.
  • CHARFIX2 humeral nail is a next generation nail that merges the features of reconstructive and compression nail.
    Increased number of holes, their relocation towards the end of the nail and possibility of inserting the locking elements at the angle other than perpendicular to the nail axis – all these significantly broaden the range of indications for use.
    Indicatins:
    • humerus shaft fractures;
    • proximal humerus fractures;
    • pathological fractures;
    • pseudoarthrosis;
    • malunion or non-union treated with other methods.