Category: Plates and Screws
LISS (Less Invasive Stabilization System) offers a locking internal fixator construct for use in the distal femur. In addition, the availability of an insertion guide allows percutaneous targeting of screws through stab incisions. The insertion guide also ensures that all screws will be properly inserted and locked to the plate.
For fixation of fractures of the distal femur.
Unicortical locking screws offer angular stability for optimal purchase and reduced stress on bone. Locking screws perform drilling, tapping, and locking to the plate. Optimized screw position in the condyles to avoid intercondylar notch and patellofemoral joint and maximize bone purchase. Anatomic shape of the plate and locked construct makes intraoperative contouring unnecessary. Percutaneous, submuscular insertion of the plate does not disrupt the cortical blood supply.