Trochanteric Femoral Nail( T. F. N. ) (135°,130°) Exporter


Trochanteric Femoral Nail( T. F. N. ) (135°,130°) Manufacturer

( T. F. N. ) ( 130°)

Category:Trauma Implants

TROCHANTERIC FEMORAL NAIL (T.F.N.) is an orthopedic implant used for fixation of fractures in the upper part of the femur (thigh bone). The nail is inserted into the femur through a small incision and is held in place by screws at the top and bottom of the nail. The T.F.N. comes in two different angles - 135° and 130° - to accommodate different anatomical variations.


S.615.130.9 Dia. 9.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.130.9
S.615.130.10 Dia. 10.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.130.10
S.615.130.11 Dia. 11.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.130.11
S.615.130.12 Dia. 12.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.130.12
S.615.135.9 Dia. 9.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.135.9
S.615.135.10 Dia. 10.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.135.10
S.615.135.11 Dia. 11.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.135.11
S.615.135.12 Dia. 12.0MM Length: 180 MM T.2311.135.12
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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 T.F.N. is inserted into the femur through a small incision made on the side of the hip. The nail is then guided through the femoral neck and head and into the shaft of the femur. Once the nail is in the correct position, screws are inserted at the top and bottom of the nail to secure it in place.

The T.F.N. offers several benefits compared to other types of femoral nails. First, it is designed to provide stable fixation of the femur, reducing the risk of complications such as malalignment or implant failure. Second, the T.F.N. can be inserted through a smaller incision than other types of nails, resulting in less soft tissue damage and faster recovery times. Finally, the two different angles of the T.F.N. allow for greater flexibility in matching the nail to the patient's anatomy.

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks associated with the use of a T.F.N. These include infection, bleeding, nerve or blood vessel damage, and implant failure. Patients may also experience pain or discomfort at the incision site, or may develop complications such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolism (PE). However, these risks can be minimized by carefully selecting appropriate candidates for the procedure and using proper surgical technique.