Intramedullary Interlocking Nail

Siora Surgicals Introduces Wide Range of Intramedullary Interlocking Nail

An intramedullary Nails (IM Nail), also known as intramedullary rod or inter-locking nail is a metal rod pushed into the medullary cavity of a bone.

Interlocking Nail has been used for the treatment of long bone fractures of the body. IM nails are used for the different types of fractures like Fibula Fracture, Tibia Fracture, and femur fracture, etc.

Fibula Fracture: A fibula fracture can happen when there is an injury to the smaller of the two bones of the lower leg (the segment between the knee and ankle), the fibula. The bone just below the knee joint is the fibular bones. The fibula bone does little support for the weight of the body.

Types of Fibula Fractures

There are several different types of injury to the fibula bones:

  1. Fibula fractures that result from injury to the ankle joint
  2. Fibula fractures that occur in conjunction with tibia fractures
  3. Stress fractures of the fibula

Tibia Fracture: The tibia fracture is also known as shinbone fractures. Tibia fracture happens in the long bone of the body. This fracture occurs below the knee and above the ankle. The lower leg is made of two bones fibula and tibia. The tibia is a larger bone among these two bones. Tibia Fracture can happen due to an accident of motor vehicles, car accidents, etc.

Types of Tibial Shaft Fractures

Tibia fractures can be classified as depending on:

  • The location of the fracture (the tibial shaft is divided into thirds: distal, middle, and proximal)
  • The pattern of the fracture (for example, the bone can break in different directions, such as crosswise, lengthwise, or the middle)
  • Whether the skin and muscle over the bone is torn by the injury (open fracture)

Femur Fracture: The femur is the strongest and longest bone in the upper part of the leg. It is also known as thigh bone. The femur bone is strong, so to break it significantly requires high impact. It may break due to car crashes or high impact accidents.

Types of Femur fractures

  • Femur fractures can be classified into three categories:
  • Proximal Femur Fractures
  • Femoral Shaft Fractures
  • Supracondylar Femur Fractures

Treatment Guidelines:For the treatment of the above explain fracture sometimes surgery requires depending on the types of the fracture. In the surgical procedure, the surgeon needs orthopedic implants and an instrument to treat the fracture. Siora Surgicals has a wide range of interlocking Nails and other trauma implants.

Siora Surgicals Product Categories: –

  • Helix Locking Plate System
  • Small & Large Fragment Implants & Instruments (Non- Locking)
  • Cannulated Screws
  • DHS / DCS Implants & Instruments
  • Angled Blade Plates
  • Mini Fragment Implants & Instruments (Non- Locking)
  • Hip Prosthesis
  • Radial Head Prosthesis
  • AURA Spine
  • TFN / PFN Nailing System
  • Tibia & Femur Interlocking System
  • Titanium Elastic Nailing System
  • Adroit Multifix Tibia Nailing System
  • Adroit AFN Nailing System
  • Humerus Interlocking Nailing System
  • Supra Condylar Nailing System
  • PFNA- II (Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation)
  • External Fixator System
  • Large & Small Round External Fixator System
  • Ring Fixator System (PEDIATRIC)

About Company: Siora Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. Is one of the Leading orthopedic implants and instruments manufacturing company in India.  Also, We have Neutral Code from Licensing authorities for operations of OEM manufacturing. Our Corporate Office is in Delhi and the manufacturing unit is in Sonipat Rai Industries. We at Siora Surgicals, have a different range of trauma implant which is used during the trauma surgery.

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