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Distal Radius: Tips and Tricks: Fracture Reduction Tricks

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Video, 12:32

Dr. Thomas Fischer, M.D. and Dr. Marc Richard, M.D. demonstrate surgical techniques using the DePuy Synthes Variable Angle Locking Hand System in this five-chapter series. In this video watch Dr. Fischer demonstrate the surgical application of the Metacarpal Neck Plate featured in the system. (5 of 5)

Video, 12:21

Dr. Thomas Fischer, M.D. and Dr. Marc Richard, M.D. demonstrate surgical techniques using the DePuy Synthes Variable Angle Locking Hand System in this five-chapter series. In this video watch Dr. Fischer demonstrate the surgical application of the Phalangeal Head Plate featured in the system. (4 of 5)

Video, 16:54

Dr. Thomas Fischer, M.D. and Dr. Marc Richard, M.D. demonstrate surgical techniques using the DePuy Synthes Variable Angle Locking Hand System in this five-chapter series. In this video watch Dr. Fischer demonstrate the surgical application of the First Metacarpal Plate, Lateral approach featured in the system. (3 of 5)

Video, 09:57

Dr. Thomas Fischer, M.D. and Dr. Marc Richard, M.D. demonstrate surgical techniques using the DePuy Synthes Variable Angle Locking Hand System in this five-chapter series. In this video, they focus on explaining the specialty plates available in the set. (2 of 5)

Video, 11:14

Dr. Thomas Fischer, M.D. and Dr. Marc Richard, M.D. demonstrate surgical techniques using the DePuy Synthes Variable Angle Locking Hand System in this five-chapter series. In this video, they provide an overview of the system and focus on the comprehensive instruments available in the set. (1 of 5)

Video, 02:27

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.

Video, 04:25

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.~

Technique Guide

Demineralized Bone Matrix with Delivery System.

Technique Guide

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.~

Technique Guide

Long volar plates for diaphyseal-metaphyseal radius fractures.

foot & ankle

CONFORM Flex Brochure

Brochure

Demineralized cancellous bone.

Video, 11:15

Dr. Donald Sheridan demonstates the utility of DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports MedicineSuture Anchor technology in reattaching soft tissue to bone.

Video, 15:03

Dr. Donald Sheridan utilizes DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine Suture Anchors in the application of hand surgery. DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine suture anchors are commonly used in ulnar collateral ligament repair caused by a fall or abduction injury that tears the ulnar collateral ligament in the thumb.

Video, 03:37

This video demonstrates the technique for using the 2.4 mm Variable Angle Locking Intercarpal Fusion System to fuse small bones of the hand as well as perform revision surgery on partial wrist fusions and patients suffering from pain and loss of function.

Video, 03:59

This video demonstrates the technique for fixing fractures, osteotomies, nonunions, replantations, and fusions in the ulna utizilizing the 2.7 mm LCP® Ulna Osteotomy System.

Video, 10:03

This video demonstrates the fixation of a dorsal displaced extra articular distal radius fracture using the 2.4 mm Variable Angle LCP® Distal Radius System.

Video, 07:07

Michael Redler, MD presents arthroplasty of the thumb joint using the MINILOK™ Absorbable Anchor.

Video, 09:11

Dr. Donald Sheridan demonstrates the use of DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine Suture Anchors in a PIP joint collateral ligament repair.

hand & wrist

Boutonniere Deformity

Video, 11:02

Dr. Donald Sheridan discusses and demonstrates the surgical treatment of a boutonniere deformity using DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports MedicineSuture Anchors.

Video, 00:56

This video demonstrates the insertion of a headless compression screw and reduction of bone fragments.~

Video, 10:12

Karen Simpson, RN demonstrates a modified finger-trap suture technique for preparation of the graft.~

Journal Article

Variable Angle Locking Hand System: AO TK System Innovations

Brochure

Beta-Tricalcium Phosphate ( ?-TCP) bone graft substitute.

Technique Guide

For Fragment-Specific Fracture Fixation using the 2.4mm Variable Angle LCP® Two-Column FVolar Distal Radius Plate with Variable Angle Locking Technology.

Technique Guide

Reduction Technique for repair of the thumb ulnar collateral ligament using the Mitek Sports Medicine “MINILOK® Absorbable Anchor, Michael R. Redler, MD

Technique Guide

For fragment-specific fracture fixation with variable angle locking technology.

Brochure

2.0 mm, 2.4 mm and 2.7 mm instrument and implant modules.

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Last Updated Sep 12, 2018