DePuy Synthes Trauma

Foot Fractures

The DePuy Synthes Foot & Ankle portfolio offers solutions for elective, trauma, and soft tissue foot fracture procedures to span the continuum of care.

Foot Fracture Treatments

Foot Fracture Treatment Options

Variable Angle LCP® Forefoot/Midfoot System

2.4 mm/2.7 mm Variable Angle LCP® Forefoot/Midfoot System

Wide range of low-profile plates with variable angle (VA) screw placement and compression system designed within the plates to help minimize additional soft tissue dissection. Available in stainless steel and titanium.

Cannulated Compression Headless Screws

Cannulated Compression Headless Screws (CCHS)

The self-drilling, self-tapping partially threaded titanium CCHS provide interfragmentary compression and stability through different thread pitch of the head and the distal shaft. CCHS offers surgeons precision through an innovative cutting edge for improved cutting efficiency, Cobalt Chrome Guide Wire for less deflection and most comprehensive portfolio on the market.1

Continuous Compression Implants (CCI)

Continuous Compression Implants (CCI)

Unlike traditional fixation technologies, DePuy Synthes Continuous Compression Implants are manufactured from nitinol, a “shape memory“ metal, to continuously and dynamically keep bones compressed throughout the healing process. Implants can be used for Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist and General Trauma.

Variable Angle Locking Calcaneal Plates

Variable Angle Locking Calcaneal Plates

The pre-contoured, low-profile plates with variable angle (VA) screw placement are designed to reduce the likelihood of soft tissue irritation along the lateral calcaneal wall, with VA locking screws seated flush in the plate. Multiple fixation points target dense cortical bone. Available in stainless steel and titanium.

Related Products

Below are some of the DePuy Synthes Trauma products used to treat foot fractures.

Orthopaedic Foot Instruments

Orthopaedic Foot Instruments

 Expert Hindfoot Arthodesis Nail

Expert Hindfoot Arthodesis Nail

Related Video

Promo Video

Cannulated Compression Headless Screw Video

Cannulated Compression Headless Screw Video

Resources

Supporting Documentation

References

1. Faulkner L. & Hirschy F. CCHS Uncompromised Precision Memo. Aug. 6th, 2019.

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