Human intramedullary nail / humerus / proximal TELEGRAPH FH Orthopedics

Human intramedullary nail / humerus / proximal TELEGRAPH FH Orthopedics

30,000 TELEGRAPH nails have been implanted in the last 10 years! This is the most commonly used nail in France, and the first nail to propose self-stability locking. A precise and simple instrument set that makes it possible to obtain a reproducible technique. The TELEGRAPH nail remains the least voluminous material proposed for anterograde nailing of the humerus. There are two versions : a short nail, for proximal fractures ; a long nail, for diaphyseal fractures. Indications Diaphyseal fracture The diaphysis is separated into 2 parts > Long TELEGRAPH nail Extra-articular fracture with 2 or 3 fragments This situation is typical of 60% of cases. Recommended technique: percutaneous > Short TELEGRAPH nail Articular fracture >> Valgus impacted articular fractures : Standard indication Recommended technique: Standard > Short TELEGRAPH nail >> Articular fractures with 3 or 4 fragments, disimpacted or even dislocated : Recommended technique: Discussion on whether to implant a nail or a prosthesis anatomical or reverse > Short TELEGRAPH nail or Shoulder prosthesis
  • Part of bone: : proximal
  • Joint / bone: : humerus
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