An IM Nails (Intramedullary Nails), also known as an Interlocking nails is a metal rod pushed into the medullary cavity of the longest bone of the body like Tibia, Femur and Humerus.
Among the orthopedic implants, Interlocking Nails are widely used for different types of fractures. Each of the Intramedullary Nails has to be designed for specific applications. Also The Interlocking Nails, as produced by ORTHO CARE, have high precision. Also The superior quality of the Intramedullary Nails makes them very popular among orthopedic surgeons worldwide.
Orthopedic Intramedullary Interlocking Nails
Intramedullary Interlocking nails are secured in position by proximal and distal transfixing screws to provide bending, axial and torsional stability. In the mean time, Orthopedic interlocking nail enables an early return to limb function with the additional advantage of minimal soft tissue morbidity. Due to curve of the femur, shorter nails would ideally be required. In some cases, the femur may be restored in a slightly straighter alignment in order to it was before fracture.
Fracture Interlocking Nails