• NCB Polyaxial Locking Plate System

    These next-generation locking plates enhance flexibility during surgery, with polyaxial screw placement (30°) cone and improved angular stabilty. Equipped with a locking screw technology, the MIS enabled NCB Polyaxial Locking Plate System offers options to deal with complex fractures of the Proximal Humerus, the Distal Femur and the Proximal Tibia. All NCB Plates are made of Protasul®-64 Titanium Alloy.

    The NCB Plate Technology allows polyaxial screw placement (30° cone) with screw locking achieved through the use of locking caps that are threaded into the plate holes. The locking construct improves stability especially in poor bone quality.

  • NCB Polyaxial Large Fragment Plates

    The NCB (Non-Contact Bridging) Large Fragment System is a line of polyaxial locking plates for the treatment of femur, tibia and humerus shaft fractures. It consists of a Curved Femur Shaft plate and a Straight Narrow Shaft Plate. The NCB Curved Femur Shaft Plate is also included in the NCB Periprosthetic Femur Polyaxial Locking Plate System.

    There is only one plate for left and right long bones due to symmetric design. The NCB Straight Narrow Shaft Plate can either be used for the tibia or humerus. Whereas the NCB Curved Femur Shaft Plate is specifically designed for the femur.

  • Zimmer Natural Nail System

    The Zimmer Natural Nail System is the next generation of intramedullary nails. They are characterized by their anatomic shape, which is intended to replicate the natural anatomic shape of the various long bones in the human skeleton. These nails have been designed for specific applications to help restore the shape of the fractured bone to its natural, pre-injured state.

    The nails feature versatile locking hole options including the new Zimmer Stabilize Technology. With the Zimmer Natural Nail System surgeons have the opportunity to achieve stable internal fixation on a wide range of patients and fracture patterns as well as to accommodate their surgical preferences.

  • Zimmer MOST Options System for Severe Bone Loss

    The MOST Options System is designed to enable patients facing severe bone loss of the knee or hip to regain use of their limbs and provides the potential for restoration of function. The system goes beyond the requirements of a rotating hinge and provides the surgeon intraoperative flexibility to address a patient’s individual situation.

    The anatomic, modular MOST Options System gives you maximum intraoperative flexibility in implant selection, connection, and fixation. The system offers a wide variety of implant sizes, segments, adapters, and stems to accommodate these complex cases.

  • Zimmer Segmental System

    The Zimmer® Segmental System is a salvage knee prosthesis intended to replace the distal femur, mid-shaft femur, proximal femur, and/or total knee in cases that require extensive resection and restoration. The Segmental System is also compatible with selected components from NexGen® Rotating Hinge Knee Systems.

    Using this system it is possible to totally replace the lower limb from the mid-calf to the hip. The distal femoral components are designed to be compatible with NexGen Patella Components.The Segmental System is a modular system comprised of stem extensions, segments, intercalary segments, articular surfaces and distal femoral components.