Aesculap Type External Fixator (Radius / Ulna ) Exporter


Aesculap Type External Fixator (Radius / Ulna ) Manufacturer

For Radius / Ulna / Metacarpal

Connection Rod 04 mm

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Aesculap Type External Fixator (Radius/Ulna) is a medical device used for the treatment of fractures or other conditions affecting the radius or ulna bones in the forearm. The fixator consists of metal rods or wires that are inserted through the skin and into the bone on either side of the fracture. The rods are then connected outside the skin using clamps, which hold the bone fragments in place and promote healing.


  For Radius / Ulna / Metacarpal
S.1102.01 Aesculap Clamp                                         2.5 mm X 4.0 mm
S.1102.02 Aesculap Clamp                                         3.5 mm X 4.0 mm
S.1102.03 Aesculap Clamp                                        4.0 mm X 4.0 mm
  Connection Rod 04 mm
S.1102.04.04 Length                                         04 Inch (100 MM)
S.1102.04.06 Length                                         06 Inch (150 MM)
S.1102.04.08 Length                                         08 Inch (200 MM)
S.1102.04.10 Length                                         10 Inch (250 MM)
S.1102.04.12 Length                                         12 Inch (300 MM)
S.1102.04.14 Length                                         14 Inch (350 MM)
S.1102.04.16 Length                                         16 Inch (400 MM)
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Frequently Asked Questions

The fixator is installed through a surgical procedure. Small incisions are made in the skin on either side of the fracture, and the metal rods or wires are inserted through these incisions and into the bone. Once the rods are in place, the clamps are attached outside the skin to hold the bone fragments together.

The duration of the treatment depends on the severity of the fracture and how well the patient responds to the treatment. In some cases, the fixator may need to be worn for several weeks or even months to ensure the bone is fully healed. The doctor will monitor the patient's progress and determine when it is safe to remove the fixator.

As with any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with the use of the fixator. The most common risks include infection, nerve or blood vessel damage, and pain or discomfort. It is important for patients to follow their doctor's instructions carefully and report any complications or concerns promptly.