- 1 What is TFN A?
- 2 What is PFN in Ortho?
- 3 What is a TFNA surgery?
- 4 What is intramedullary nailing?
- 5 What does TFNA stand for?
- 6 How do you get a PFN?
- 7 What is DHS in orthopedic surgery?
- 8 What is PFN a2?
- 9 Is intramedullary nail permanent?
- 10 Do you remove intramedullary nails?
- 11 Are intramedullary rods removed?
What is TFN A?
The TFN -ADVANCED® Proximal Femoral Nailing System ( TFNA ) is a system designed to solve a wide range of unmet needs for surgeons, OR staff and administrators. TFN -ADVANCED Proximal Femoral Nailing System truly is a global platform that delivers modern innovation.
What is PFN in Ortho?
In 1996, the AO/ASIF developed the proximal femoral nail ( PFN ) as an intramedullary device for the treatment of unstable per-, intra- and subtrochanteric femoral fractures. In conclusion, the PFN is a good minimal invasive implant of unstable proximal femoral fractures, if closed reduction is possible.
What is a TFNA surgery?
TFN-ADVANCED™ Proximal Femoral Nailing System ( TFNA ) The TFNA System is designed to advance the treatment of trochanteric fractures by providing surgical options that help to preserve bone in insertion area due to reduced critical width, improve anatomical fit1 and increase implant strength.
What is intramedullary nailing?
An intramedullary nail is a metal rod that is inserted into the medullary cavity of a bone and across the fracture in order to provide a solid support for the fractured bone. Intramedullary nailing is currently considered the “gold standard” for treatment of femoral shaft fractures (Rudloff 2009).
What does TFNA stand for?
The TFN-ADVANCED Proximal Femoral Nailing System ( TFNA ) is designed to advance hip fracture treatment with: Outcomes-based Design. Reduced Procedural Complexity. Comprehensive Surgical Options.
How do you get a PFN?
Make a stab incision and insert the pink Drill Sleeve System (357.031/ 357.032/357.033) through the aiming arm to the bone. Mark the femur and remove the trocar. Insert a new 2.8mm Guide Wire (357.039) through the drill sleeve, check direction and position under image intensifier in AP and lateral views.
What is DHS in orthopedic surgery?
Dynamic hip screws ( DHS ) are a femoral head-sparing orthopaedic device used to treat femoral neck fractures. It is sometimes referred to as a pin and plate.
What is PFN a2?
PFNA2 (Proximal femoral nail antirotation for Asia) has been developed especially for Asian patients.
Is intramedullary nail permanent?
Intramedullary nailing is surgery to repair a broken bone and keep it stable. The most common bones fixed by this procedure are the thigh, shin, hip, and upper arm. A permanent nail or rod is placed into the center of the bone.
Do you remove intramedullary nails?
Intramedullary nailing is the treatment of choice for fractures of the tibial shaft, which might necessitate the nail removal due to complications in the long-term. Although considered as a low-risk procedure, intramedullary nail removal is also associated with certain complications.
Are intramedullary rods removed?
The standard of care for the treatment of diaphyseal tibial fractures is an intramedullary nail (IMN). Implant removal is one of the most common procedures in bone and joint surgery, and criteria for implant removal are typically left to the treating surgeon.