P.f.n A-ii Blade Exporter


P.f.n A-ii Blade Manufacturer

Category:Trauma Implants

P.F.N A-II Blade is a surgical implant used in orthopedic surgery to treat femoral fractures. It is a part of the Proximal Femoral Nail (P.F.N) system and is specifically designed to fit into the nail and fixate the fracture. The blade is made of titanium and is inserted into the femoral head to provide stability and alignment.

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Genius Ortho Private Limited

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.

Our products of Orthopaedic implants and instruments are not only qualified with the certification of FDA, CE, GMP regulations, but also compliant with ISO Quality Assurance Standards.









Frequently Asked Questions

The Proximal Femoral Nail (P.F.N) system is a surgical implant system used to treat femoral fractures. It consists of a nail, a locking bolt, and a P.F.N A-II Blade. The system is designed to stabilize the fracture and allow for early weight-bearing.

The P.F.N A-II Blade is inserted through a small incision in the thigh and guided into the femoral head using fluoroscopic guidance. Once the blade is in place, the nail and locking bolt are inserted to complete the stabilization of the fracture.

The P.F.N A-II Blade allows for accurate and stable fixation of femoral fractures. It provides an alternative to traditional methods of treatment, such as hip replacement, which can be more invasive and require longer recovery times. The blade is also designed to reduce the risk of complications such as implant failure and malalignment.