1.7 2.3 3.0 Titanium Herbert Cannulated Screws Double Threaded
Contact Person : Luffy Liu
Phone Number : +86-15062512110
WhatsApp : +8615062512110
|Minimum Order Quantity :||1 pc||Price :||$20-43|
|Packaging Details :||Non sterilized , PE bag , carton package||Delivery Time :||5-15 work days|
|Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T, , D/A, Western Union||Supply Ability :||5000pc/month|
|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu ,China||Brand Name:||Gather|
|Properties:||Implant Materials & Artificial Organs||Licence Number:||ISO,CE|
|Material:||Stainless Steel,Titanium,Stainless Steel/Titanium||Usage:||Orthopedic Surgery,Matched With Locking Bone Plate,Used For Bone Fracture Fixation|
|Name:||Headless Compression Screw,Orthopedic Medical Locking Plate Screw,Orthopedic Medical Spine Pedicle Screw||Oem:||Available,accepted|
|Specification:||6.0 Mm,2.7,Instrument Set For Femoral,16 To 30mm With 2mm Difference|
Orthopedic Herbert Screw,
Cannulated Compression Headless Screw,
Cannulated Screws Bone Implant
The Herbert screw is a variable pitch cannulated screw typically made from titanium for its biocompatible properties as the screw is normally intended to remain in the patient indefinitely. It became generally available in 1978.It is one of the earliest designs of headless compression screws which are used to achieve interfragmentary compression through its differential pitch between the threads at each end of the screw(distance between adjacent threads of screw).
It is used in scaphoid, capitellum, radial head and in osteochondral fractures. Other uses include osteochondritis dissecans & small joint arthrodesis.
The thread design of the Herbert Screw creates compression and provides fracture stability. As the proximal threads engage the bone, the fracture is drawn together, helping to create and maintain stability of the fracture site.
Herbert Cannulated Guide Pins hold the fragment and act as guides for drilling, tapping, and screw placement.
Any additional length sizes of this screw will be made on demand.
Herbert Screw is indicated for fixation of fractures and nonunions of small bones and small bone arthrodeses, including scaphoid fractures; intraarticular fractures of the tarsals, metatarsals, carpals and metacarpals; bunionectomies and osteotomies; arthrodeses of small joints (e.g. phalanges); fractures of the patella, ulna and radial styloid.