Diaphyseal forearm fracture fixation with Activa IM-Nail™
World´s first bioabsorbable intramedullary nail
Radius and ulna fractures are unfortunate, but typical with active children. Intramedullary nailing is a regular treatment for these injuries and also unstable diaphyseal fractures can be treated with similar technique.
Now the fixation of diaphyseal forearm fracture is possible without removal operations, with a world´s first bioabsorbable implant,
Image from Sinikumpu et al. (2013) Read more
Salter Osteotomy with ActivaScrew™ Cannulated
Safe and reliable implants also in demanding operations
Salter osteotomy is a good option for developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) and Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease (LCPD) with other hip related indications which affect childs hip development. ActivaScrew™ Cannulated tackles the disadvantages of traditional methods with stabilty, safety and bioabsorbtion.
Osteocondritis dissecans lesion fixation with ActivaPin™
Arthroscopic fix with expanding implant
Osteochondritis dissecans is a painful condition which develops typically in child and adolescent joint, especially in the knee joint. Due to a lack of blood supply, a part of the bone and covering cartilage begins to loosen.
The lesion can be fixed to its place arthroscopically with the expanding ActivaPin™ or ActivaNail™, recovery with tissue growth over the implant.Read more