Category: Hip & Pelvis
In-situ bending instruments adjust the precontoured reconstruction plates on the bone to match the relevant patient anatomy during a surgical procedure. Use of these instruments helps to decrease surgical time by reducing the need of repeated cycles in plate positioning until plate shape is sufficiently contoured.
The In-situ bending instruments are designed for use in the following plate systems:
These instruments are not designed for plates with locking and coaxial Combi holes.
|Three In-situ Bending and Twisting Handle options: straight, 90°, 120°.||Additional options to bend or twist the plate to the appropriate contour.|
|In-Situ bending pliers are designed with a unique nose and counter-bearing mouth.||The pliers can grasp the preliminarily fixated plate while the handles are squeezed to bend the plates as required.|