First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis with ActivaScrew™ Cannulated
Take advantage of Auto-Compression™
Hallux valgus with arthritis and hallux rigidus are two of the most common conditions that require MTP-1 arthrodesis. Arthrodesis with two crossing interfragmentary screws is a common surgical method.
With the partially threaded ActivaScrew™ Cannulated LAG, you get an excellent compression supported by patented Auto-Compression™ with the advantages of the bone replacing the implant after healing.Read more
Hammertoe correction with ActivaPin™
Fully anatomical angle
Hammertoe is a condition, where a simple surgery helps. Hammertoe with ActivaPin™ brings anatomical result every time, as you can bend ActivaPin™ up to 90 degrees and restore patient´s original anatomy.
In addition, in the human body the ActivaPin™ expands 1-2 % in diameter, thus locks strongly into the bone.Read more
Hallux valgus correction with ActivaPin™
Only one ActivaPin™ is enough
Hallux valgus is a foot deformity, where the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint is affected. The condition is painful and can cause significant disability.
Hallux valgus correction with only one ActivaPin™ leaves the patient without shoe rubbing metal plating and unnecessary removal operations. The grooved design of ActivaPin™ surface with expanding diameter, 1-2 %, offers a new type of stabilization to the osteotomies.Read more
Malleolar fracture fixation with Activa products
Great stability, simple application
Ankle fractures are one of the most common fractures in orthopaedics. The fixation can be done with bioabsorbable ActivaScrew™ or ActivaScrew™s Cannulated.
For small fragments, there is minimally invasive ActivaPin™ and ActivaNail™.Read more
Syndesmosis fixation using Activa screws
Combined benefits in one
Unstable Weber B or Weber C class syndesmosis fractures are typically treated operatively. Syndesmosis fractures fixed with bioabsorbable Activa screw allows the micromovement in the tibio-fibular joint with stability benefits known from traditional screw fixation and all this without foreign body material irritating the patient.Read more