Femur Proximal Anatomical Plates


The upper end of the femur; is the bone structure that includes the femoral head, neck, and 5 cm distal to the lesser trochanter. Subtrochanteric femur fractures account for 7% to 20% of femoral fractures. It is caused by high-energy trauma at a young age and by a simple fall at an advanced age. Trochanteric fractures account for 55% of femoral upper-end fractures and are mostly seen in elderly, osteoporotic patients. Locking anatomical plates are designed for proximal femur fractures as an alternative to existing fixation methods for both trochanteric and subtrochanteric region fractures.


  • Fracture repairs in the metaphyseal and diaphyseal areas of the clavicle
  • Proximal humerus fractures, osteotomies, and nonunions
  • Humeral diaphyseal fractures and fractures in the metaphyseal region of the humerus
  • Intraarticular and supracondylar fractures of the distal humerus
  • In the surgical treatment of olecranon fractures
  • In fractures of UlnaRadius bones
  •  For fractures and corrective osteotomies of the carpal and metacarpal region associated with the distal radius
  • In posttraumatic cases of the wrist joint, wrist deformities requiring correction operation, fractures of carpals, metacarpals, and phalanges
  • Simple and reverse intertrochanteric fractures
  • In the surgical treatment of metaphyseal fractures of the tibia region
  • In the treatment of distal femur shaft fractures, intraarticular fractures, femoral intertrochanteric region fractures
  • In calcaneus comminuted fractures
  • In case of poor union and lack of union
  • Fractures of the pelvis region
  • Clavicle region fractures
  • Plates and screws are used in tarsal, metatarsal, phalanx, and calcaneus fractures and treatments



Diameter    5.0 mm
Width    18 mm
Hole Type    Combihole
Material    Titanyum Gr5 Eli ( Tı6al4v Elı )


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