Stuhler Heise Lower Limb
The use of the external fixator is the accepted method today for serious
injuries to soft tissues, infected fractures, pseudarthroses, tibial valgus
or varus osteotomies, and arthrodeses.
On the basis of these surgical indications, the general requirements for
the construction of an external fixator are the following:
1) use of simple, precisely designed elements;
2) limitation of the specific elements to a minimum of functional and easily obtainable parts;
3) standardized application for every surgical.situation;
4) easy accessibility for primary or secondary correction;
5) mechanical durability;
6) a balanced ratio of weight to stability.
- Fixing element with two 8 mm holes and central tapped hole.
- Fixing element with two 6 mm holes and central tapped hole.
- Spacer disc 1.2, 2.0, 4.0, 8.0mm.
- Fixing element with two holes 8 mm each and central untapped hole
- Fixing element with two holes 6 mm each and central untapped hole
- Bolt with hexagonal recess.
1) Use with 5-6mm Tappered Half Pin
2) Use with tapered 6mm Threaded Pins With Hydroxy Apetite Coating