Proximal Bolt 8.0 Mm Hex Exporter


Proximal Bolt 8.0 Mm Hex Manufacturer

Category:Trauma Implants

PROXIMAL BOLT 8.0 MM HEX is a medical device used in orthopedic surgery for internal fixation of bone fractures. It is a metallic screw-like structure with a diameter of 8.0 mm and a hexagonal head for easy tightening with a specialized tool.The bolt is used to fix fractures in the proximal regions of bones such as the femur and humerus. It is designed to provide stable fixation of the bone fragments, allowing for proper healing and restoration of function.Overall, the PROXIMAL BOLT 8.0 MM HEX is an important tool in the field of orthopedics, allowing surgeons to provide effective and reliable treatment for patients with bone fractures in the proximal regions of the body.


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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

A proximal femoral nail is a medical device used to treat fractures of the upper part of the femur (thigh bone). It consists of a long, thin metal rod that is inserted into the top of the femur and fixed in place with screws.

The P.F.N. is inserted through a small incision in the hip area. The surgeon will guide the nail into the femur using X-ray or fluoroscopy imaging. Once the nail is in place, screws are inserted through the side of the femur and into the nail to hold it securely in place.

P.F.N. surgery is typically recommended for patients with a fractured femur who are otherwise healthy and have good bone quality. Patients with certain medical conditions, such as osteoporosis, may not be good candidates for P.F.N. surgery as their bones may not be strong enough to support the implant. The decision to perform P.F.N. surgery should be made on an individual basis by a qualified medical professional.