Daksh Proximal Femoral Antirotation (PFNA) Blade Specification
- Rotational and angular stability achieved with one single element.
- Compaction of cancellous bone: Inserting the (PFNA) Blade compacts the cancellous bone providing additional anchoring, which is especially important in osteoporotic bone.
- Large surface and increasing core diameter for maximum compaction and optimal hold in bone Increased stability caused by bone compaction around the PFNA blade has been biomechanically proven to retard rotation and varus collapse. Biomechanical tests have demonstrated that the (PFNA) Blade had a significantly higher cut-out resistance in comparison with commonly-used screw systems.
- Lateral locking of the (PFNA) Blade:
–– All surgical steps required to insert the Blade are performed through lateral incision
–– The PFNA Blade is automatically locked to prevent rotation of the blade and femoral head
- Blade lengths are 70mm, 75mm, 80mm, 85mm, 90mm, 95mm, 100mm, 105mm, 110mm, 115mm and 120mm
- PFNA Blade is made from pure Titanium and SS 316L.
Daksh Proximal Femoral Antirotation (PFNA) Blade uses
- Inserting the PFNA Blade compacts the cancellous bone providing additional anchoring, which is especially important in osteoporotic bone.