The personalized titanium clavicle plate is designed anatomically to match natural shape of individual clavicle bone based on CT imaging. This customized solution allows surgeons to address acute fractures, malunions, and nonunions of the clavicle. Meticuly engineers provide supports in design customization and pre-operative planning to achieve surgery with smaller wound by minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO) technique.
Features & Benefits
- Personalized design
Anatomically pre-contoured fixation plate with optimized plate length to match individual clavicle bone
- Customizable screw configuration
Number and position of holes are fully customizable to serve surgeon pre-operative plan
Facilitates positioning of plate and surgical guides through k-wire insertion
Tapered medial tip
Facilitates percutaneous insertion and prevents risk of soft tissue injury
Personalized and precise design to ensure the best cosmetic appearance outcome
Using 3D mirroring of normal contralateral side of the clavicle acquired from CT imaging, each titanium plate is designed specifically to match natural anatomic of individual clavicle. This to ensure the best outcome in cosmetic appearance after the surgery.
Low profile screw fixation
In-built screw fixtures are designed to secure cranioplasty to skull base, minimizing the need for extra fixation plates. Counter-sink screw holes serve to hide screw heads from bulging above prosthesis’ outer surface which usually results in an unpleasing appearance.
Engineering-proved design ensuring high strength and durability
Personalized titanium plate is designed based on biomechanics and evaluated using finite element analysis to ensure high strength and durability. Verified for mechanical strength following international standards
Specification & scope of customization
*consult the warnings on the label and the instructions for use of the medical device before use.
1. Do not modify the device in any manner. Reshaping the implant using cutters, grinders, burrs, or other means will damage the structural integrity of the device and could result in implant fracture and/or particulate debris.
2. Do not grasp the device with metal instruments, or instruments with teeth, serrations, or sharp edges. Prosthesis is titanium-based material. Mishandling prosthesis could cause surface damage and reduce its physical properties such as strength, toughness and could result in prosthesis fracture.
3. Do not use the device in combination with metal components from other products (except indicated titanium screws). The wear behaviour of titanium against metal component from other products has not been evaluated and could damage the structural integrity of the device and result in prothesis fracture.
4. The implantation of the device must be done by surgeon(s).