Category: Nailing Systems
PFNA has improved rotational and angular stability thanks to the PFNA blade as a single head element. The augmentation option is a unique system of controlled cement application through the blade resulting in a greater load bearing surface and significantly increased resistance to cut-out.
For full information on indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions please see the product specific IFU and Surgical Technique DSEM-TRM-0714-0132-2 .
|Medial-lateral angle of 6°||
Allows insertion at the tip of the greater
|Several distal locking options||Static or dynamic locking can be performed via the aiming arm with PFNA standard, small and extra small. The PFNA long additionally allows for secondary dynamization.|
|Optimal stress distribution||
The flexible PFNA tip eases insertion and
reduces stress on the bone at the tip of the
Traumacem V+ Cement requires no waiting time before injectable cement viscosity is reached. The application time of the ready-to-use-after-mixing cement is approximately
27 minutes at room temperature and offers physicians the freedom to use cement without any time constraints.
|Cement placement||Controlled placement of cement around the implant, through the perforated blade with the side-opening cannula.|
|Traumacem V+ Syringe Kit||Traumacem V+ Syringes have wide integrated wings and strong syringe pistons to guarantee excellent force transfer, combined with good tactile feedback. Traumacem V+ Syringe Kit includes a one-way stop-cock for simple, clean and quick filling of the 2 and 1 ml syringes.|
|Traumacem V+ Cement Kit||
For the best possible visual control during cement application, the Traumacem V+ cement contains 40% zirconium dioxide. A further addition of 15% hydroxyapatite means that the
Traumacem V+ cement contains 55% ceramic components and only 45% PMMA.
|Trauma Needle Kit||Side-opening cannula and plunger for controlled cement injection through the standard PFNA instrumentation.|
PFNA. With Augmentation Option. Surgical Technique