Femoral Recon Nail System (FRN)

The Femoral Recon Nail (FRN) System is an integrated nailing system designed to adapt to multiple surgical approaches.

The FRN System provides the choice of Greater Trochanter (GT) and Piriformis Fossa (PF) entry points and anatomical nail designs to support surgical preferences and facilitate hospital standardisation.

Femoral Recon Nail System (FRN)

Features & Benefits

Comprehensive Surgical Options

Comprehensive Surgical Options

The DePuy Synthes Femoral Recon Nail System offers an extensive range of surgical entry points and locking options to meet more surgeons’ needs for femoral shaft fractures.

Designed for Anatomical Fit

Designed for Anatomical Fit

Nail designed to better fit patient anatomy and help avoid impinging anterior cortex compared to nails with a larger radius of curvature.1,2

Reduced Procedural Complexity

Reduced Procedural Complexity

The FRN Instrumentation includes features designed to reduce surgical complexity facilitating intraoperative visualization, implant positioning and alignment as well as ease of use for OR staff.

Product Resources

Resources

FRN
FRN Features Animation
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FRN Surgical Technique Guide Animation
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Supporting Documentation

Femoral Recon Nail System Resources

FRN Brochure

References

1.DePuy Synthes Trauma. Data on file. Analysis - Anatomical Study. 0000271671. 2017
2.DePuy Synthes Trauma. Data on file. Analysis - Femoral Recon Nail, Proximal Nail End. 0000271887. 2017

Indication Statement

For full information on indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions please see the product specific IFU and surgical technique.

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