7.0mm & 8.0mm Cannulated Fastener System
UNIFI FASTENER SYSTEM HIGHLIGHTS
- Resists multi-planar and multi-directional loads through Mechanical Integration.
- Designed to engage twice as much bone when loaded in any direction as compared to standard screws.
- 24mm provides most ideal length for hip fractures1.
7.0mm Fastener Overview
7.0mm fasteners offered in multiple thread lengths.
Variable Thread Tray, fasteners available in 70-180mm lengths at 5mm increments.
Fully Threaded Tray, fasteners available in 70-180mm lengths at 5mm increments.
24mm Thread Length Tray, fasteners available in 70-180mm lengths at 5mm increments.
8.0mm Fastener Overview
The 8.0mm fastener uses the same 5.0mm drill bit as the 7.0mm fastener, while it provides 39% more mechanically integrated bone volume with only 7.9% more metal.
24mm Thread Length Tray, fasteners available in 60-130mm lengths at 5mm increments.
Dr. Michael Weaver, orthopedic surgeon, provides a high-level overview of our 7.0mm & 8.0mm Cannulated Fastener System, featuring Unifi Mechanical Integration (MI) and discusses the clinical relevance of a 16mm washer.
The OsteoCentric Trauma Cannulated Fasteners consist of cannulated fasteners in a variety of lengths and diameters to accommodate different procedures and patient sizes. The fasteners are provided non-sterile and are manufactured from Stainless Steel per ASTM F138.
The OsteoCentric Trauma Cannulated Fasteners System includes:
7.0mm Cannulated Fasteners:
- Full Thread, 24mm Partially Threaded, and Variable Threaded options
- 60 – 180mm lengths in 5mm increments
8.0mm Cannulated Fasteners:
- Partially Thread (24mm) option
- 60 – 130mm lengths in 5mm increments
- OsteoCentric Cannulated Fastener Set Instructions for Use (IFU)
- OsteoCentric Cannulated Fastener Set Surgical Technique
- OsteoCentric Value Analysis Brief - Product Brochure
1. Liu C, Von Keudell A, McTague M, Rodriguez EK, Weaver MJ. Ideal length of thread forms for screws used in screw fixation of nondisplaced femoral neck fractures. Injury. 2019 Mar; 50(3):727-732.