Humerus Interlocking Nail

Humerus Interlocking Nail assures optimal fixation for any type of diaphyseal and metaphyseal fractures of the humerus. The load handling aspect makes the nail preferable as it shares the load with the bone, instead of bearing it alone.

The lower end, shaft, and higher-end fractures of the humerus can all be classified according to where they occur. Interlocking humeral nails are used to treat these fractures.

Advantages of Humerus Interlocking Nail
  • Brief operative time
  • Minimal morbidity
  • Early return to function of the extremity
  • Closed technique
  • Low infection rate
  • 6 mm: 18 cm to 30 cm with 2 cm variation (Solid)
  • 7 mm: 18 cm to 30 cm with 2 cm variation (Solid)
  • 8 mm: 18 cm to 30 cm with 2 cm variation (Cannulated)
  • Available in both Stainless Steel and Titanium

Diaphyseal or humeral shaft fractures approximately 5 cm proximal to the olecranon fossa with closed epiphyseal lines for:

  • Stable & Unstable fractures
  • Pathological fractures
  • Refractures with delayed healing & pseudoarthosis

Compression features Interfragmentary Compression can be achieved in the following types of humeral shaft fractures-

  • Transverse fractures
  • Short oblique fractures

Compression should not be applied in the following fractures- spiral fractures, long oblique fractures & longitudinally unstable fractures.

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Stainless Steel, Titanium

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