Complete Osteotwin™ Surgical Instrumentation Tray

    Osteotwin™ Surgical Instrumentation Kits have been developed with two main goals in mind: insure the quality of surgical procedures with dedicated high quality tools; and save you time during surgical procedures with color coding. These Instrumentation Kits are fully customizable.

    Modular Screw System Surgical Instrumentation

    Osteotwin Instrumentation - Modular Screw System

    Classical Screw System Surgical Instrumentation

    Osteotwin Classical Screw System

    Dilator Screw System

    dilator-screw-system

    Sheath Surgical Instrumentation

    sheath-instrumentation

    Availability

    • Rachet Handle
    • Screwdriver Shaft
    • Starter Tap Shaft
    • Starter Tap
    • Screwdriver
    • Tunnel Dilator Screw
    • Dilator Sheath
    • Insertor Sheath

    Downloads

    • ISO 13485
    • Read the instruction for use
    • Osteotwin™ is supplied sterile and CE-marked as a Class III Medical Device according to Directive EEC/93/42

    Daculsi, G., O. Laboux, et al. (2003). «Current state of the art of biphasic calcium phosphate bioceramics.» Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 14(3): 195-200.
    Middleton, J. C. et al.; Biomaterials 21 (23), «Synthetic biodegradable polymers as orthopedic devices», 2000 2335-2346.
    Suchenski, M., M. B. McCarthy, et al. (2010). «Material Properties and Composition of Soft-Tissue Fixation.» The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery 26(6): 821-831.
    Uzel, A. P., E. Seris, et al. (2013). «Preclinical and clinical cases of new absorbable composite interference screws in osteoarticular surgery.» Key Engineering Materials 529-530: 325-330.
    Kaeding, C., J. Farr, et al. (2005). «A Prospective Randomized Comparison of Bioabsorbable and Titanium Anterior Cruciate Ligament Interference Screws.» The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery 21(2): 147-151.
    Hunt, J. A. and J. T. Callaghan (2008). «Polymer-hydroxyapatite composite versus polymer interference screws in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in a large animal model.» Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 16(7): 655-660.
    Weiler, A., H. J. Windhagen, et al. (1998). «Biodegradable interference screw fixation exhibits pull-out force and stiffness similar to titanium screws.» The American journal of sports medicine 26(1): 119-126.
    Weiler, A., R. F. Hoffmann, et al. (1998). «Hamstring tendon fixation using interference screws: a biomechanical study in calf tibial bone.» Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery 14(1): 29-37.
    Black, J., (1988). «Does corrosion matter?» The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 70-B(4): 517-520.
    Bauer, J., Turgay, E., et al. (2010)., «Torsional stability of interference screws derived from bovine bone – a biomechanical study.» BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 11: 82
    Uzel, P. A., G. Daculsi, et al, «Utilisation des coins de MBCP™ en traumatologie lors des fractures enfoncement (tibia proximal et distal, calcanéum) : double intérêt de comblement et d’étayage», 13ème Congrès de l’AOLF (2012)
    R. Schouten, G. Hooper, The use of Bone substitute (Triosite) wedges in Medial Opening wedge high tibial osteotomies, 33 Patient clinical study, Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume (2009)
    Rouvillain, J.L., Lavalle, F., Pascal-Mousselard, H., Catonne, Y., Daculsi, G., Clinical, radiological and histological evaluation of biphasic calcium phosphate bioceramic wedges filling medial high tibial valgisation osteotomies., Knee (2009)
    Rouvillain, J. L., Pascal-Mousselard, H., Lavalle, F, Garron E., Catonné Y., Daculsi G., MBCP Wedges performance during open medial tibial osteotomy, European conference on biomaterials (2006)
    Lavallé, F., H. Pascal-Mousselard, et al, Biphasic ceramic wedge and plate fixation with locked adjustable screws for open wedge tibial osteotomy, Revue de chirurgie orthopédique (2004)
    * Data on files, Biomatlante

    The instrument is delivered in a NON STERILE condition. It is essential to clean and sterilise it before use. Kindly follow the cleaning and sterilisation procedures recommended below. Instruments must be cleaned as rapidly as possible after use to minimise the possibility of drying before cleaning. A visual and functional check should be made before each use. Any badly performed cleaning or handling operation could render the instrument unusable. This instrument may be reused; the only limitation on the number of times it may be reused being its possible deterioration over time. The instrument must not be used for other surgical operations or on inappropriate fixation system.
    This instrument must be used in accordance with correct surgical practice and procedures. The instrument must not be modified in any way (e.g. bending or sharpening). The markings on the instrument must not be removed. If the instrument is subjected to shock, Biomatlante can no longer guarantee its condition or correct functioning. This instrument may be damaged if not completely and correctly inserted into the head of the system before operating or if the screwdriver and top of the system are not precisely aligned. If the instrument is broken, make sure that no fragments remain inside the patient at risk of causing post-operative complications. Store the instruments in a clean, dry environment.

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