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Category:Trauma Implants

Locking screw 4.9 mm is a type of screw used in orthopedic surgery to stabilize and fix fractures in bones. It is a larger diameter screw compared to standard screws and has a locking mechanism that engages with the plate or the nail, providing additional stability to the bone. The screw is made of titanium or stainless steel and has a threaded shaft with a threaded head. It is commonly used in the treatment of fractures in long bones, such as the femur, tibia, and humerus.The use of locking screws provides several benefits over traditional screws, such as increased resistance to bending and pull-out forces, decreased risk of screw migration, and improved fixation in osteoporotic bones. The larger diameter of the locking screw allows for better load distribution and reduces the risk of fracture at the screw-bone interface. The locking mechanism also eliminates the need for the screw to rely on the friction between the screw and the bone for fixation, which can be affected by bone quality and patient factors.


S.1502.16 16mm T.2202.16
S.1502.18 18mm T.2202.18
S.1502.20 20mm T.2202.20
S.1502.22 22mm T.2202.22
S.1502.24 24mm T.2202.24
S.1502.26 26mm T.2202.26
S.1502.28 28mm T.2202.28
S.1502.30 30mm T.2202.30
S.1502.32 32mm T.2202.32
S.1502.34 34mm T.2202.34
S.1502.36 36mm T.2202.36
S.1502.38 38mm T.2202.38
S.1502.40 40mm T.2202.40
S.1502.42 42mm T.2202.42
S.1502.44 44mm T.2202.44
S.1502.46 46mm T.2202.46
S.1502.48 48mm T.2202.48
S.1502.50 50mm T.2202.50
S.1502.52 52mm T.2202.52
S.1502.54 54mm T.2202.54
S.1502.56 56mm T.2202.56
S.1502.58 58mm T.2202.58
S.1502.60 60mm T.2202.60
S.1502.62 62mm T.2202.62
S.1502.64 64Mm T.2202.64
S.1502.66 66mm T.2202.66
S.1502.68 68mm T.2202.68
S.1502.70 70mm T.2202.70
S.1502.75 75mm T.2202.75
S.1502.80 80mm T.2202.80
S.1502.85 85mm T.2202.85
S.1502.90 90mm T.2202.90
S.1502.95 95mm T.2202.95
S.1502.100 100mm T.2202.100
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Genius Ortho Private Limited was found in 2008 by a group of entrepreneurs after having a decade of experience in the field of orthopaedic implants manufacturing. Genius Ortho Private Limited now is the leading company in India specialize in the Orthopaedics Industry. Genius Ortho Private Limited will always achieve this position by professional pursuing excellence and by dedicating ourselves in improving the quality and serving all our customers.

All implants are exclusively made of Stainless Steel 316L, LVM & Titanium Grade V Ti-6Al-4v-ELI.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A locking cancellous screw is a type of surgical implant used to fix fractures in the bone. It is a specialized screw designed for use in the spongy or cancellous bone, which is found at the ends of long bones like the femur or humerus. It is unique in that it has a threaded end that engages with the bone, and a locking mechanism that prevents the screw from backing out of the bone.

A locking cancellous screw works by first being inserted into the bone using a specialized drill. As the screw is driven into the bone, the threads engage with the cancellous bone, creating a secure hold. Once the screw is in place, a locking mechanism is engaged, which prevents the screw from backing out of the bone. This creates a stable fixation of the bone fragments, which can then heal together.

The benefits of using a locking cancellous screw include increased stability of the bone fragments, which can lead to improved healing and faster recovery times. The locking mechanism of the screw prevents the screw from backing out of the bone, which can reduce the risk of implant failure or the need for revision surgery. Additionally, the specialized design of the screw allows it to be used in a variety of different fracture types and locations, making it a versatile tool for orthopedic surgeons.