3.5 mm LCP® Superior and Superior Anterior Clavicle Plate

The 3.5 mm LCP Clavicle Plates combine locking screw technology with conventional plating techniques. 

Plates feature COMBI Bone Plate Holes that allow fixation with locking screws in the threaded section for angular stability, and cortex screws in the dynamic compression unit (DCU) section for compression.

A fixed-angle construct provides advantages in osteopenic bone or multifragment fractures where screws do not rely on plate-to-bone compression to resist patient load, but function similarly to multiple, small, angled blade plates.

The wide range of pre-contoured plates allows surgeons to select the plate that will best fit the patient's anatomy.

3.5 mm LCP® Superior and Superior Anterior Clavicle Plate

Features & Benefits

  • 3.5 mm LCP Clavicle Plates with lateral extension



    • Limit plate-to-bone contact to reduce impairment of blood supply

    Positioning Inscriptions

    •  Lateral arrow and sign for right or left

    Lateral Extension

    • Small diverging screws provide fixation for multiple fracture patterns

  • 3.5 mm LCP Clavicle Plates


    K-wire Hole

    • 2 mm K-wire hole on lateral end aids plate positioning

    Rounded plate/screw Profile

    • Minimize the risk of soft tissue irritation

    COMBI Bone Plate Holes

    • Accept 3.5 mm locking, 3.5 mm cortex, and 4.0 mm cancellous bone screws

    Recon Plate Segments

    • Allow contouring of plates to fit patient anatomy

    Tapered Plate Tip

    • Tapered end for submuscular plate inserting may preserve tissue viability

Supporting Documentation


LCP Clavicle Plates System Inventory Control Form


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Indication Statement

The DePuy Synthes Trauma 3.5 mm LCP Clavicle Plate System is indicated for fixation of fractures, malunions, nonunion, and osteotomies of the clavicle, in adults, and both adolescents (12-18 years) and transitional adolescents (18-21 years), in which the clavicular growth plates have fused or in which the growth plates will not be crossed by the plate system.

(according to STG)