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Locking Plates

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Titanium Bone Locking Plates
  • Titanium Bone Locking Plates
  • Titanium Bone Locking Plates
  • Titanium Bone Locking Plates

Titanium Bone Locking Plates

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Type2 Hole Plate
Country of OriginMade in India
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DCP Plates

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DCP Plates
DCP plates, or Dynamic Compression Plates, are orthopedic implants used in the treatment of bone fractures and deformities. They are part of a group of implants known as bone plates, which are used to stabilize fractured bones during the healing process. DCP plates are particularly useful in fractures that are subjected to significant loads or forces during weight-bearing activities. Here are some key features and aspects of DCP plates:

  1. Design: DCP plates are made of stainless steel or titanium alloy and have a distinctive design characterized by holes along the length of the plate. These holes accommodate bone screws, which are used to secure the plate to the bone on either side of the fracture. DCP plates are typically contoured to fit the shape of the bone and may be pre-bent or bent intraoperatively to achieve optimal alignment and stability.

  2. Dynamic Compression: The term "dynamic compression" refers to the ability of DCP plates to apply compression across the fracture site during bone healing. This compression is achieved by eccentrically placed screw holes, which allow the plate to be tensioned across the fracture when the screws are tightened. Dynamic compression helps to promote bone healing by providing stability and encouraging bone union.

  3. Application: DCP plates are used in a variety of orthopedic procedures, including the treatment of long bone fractures such as those in the femur, tibia, and humerus. They are particularly well-suited for fractures that require rigid stabilization and compression to achieve optimal healing. DCP plates may be used alone or in combination with other fixation devices such as intramedullary nails or external fixators, depending on the nature and severity of the fracture.

  4. Sizes and Configurations: DCP plates come in a range of sizes and configurations to accommodate different bone shapes, sizes, and fracture patterns. They may vary in length, width, thickness, and number of screw holes, allowing surgeons to choose the most appropriate plate for each specific case.

  5. Screw Fixation: DCP plates are secured to the bone using cortical screws, which are inserted through the plate and into the bone on either side of the fracture. These screws provide rigid fixation and help to stabilize the fracture while promoting bone healing. The number and placement of screws depend on the size and location of the fracture, as well as the specific surgical technique used.

  6. Biocompatibility: DCP plates are made from biocompatible materials that are well-tolerated by the body and do not elicit an immune response or cause adverse reactions. Stainless steel and titanium alloy are commonly used materials for DCP plates due to their strength, durability, and biocompatibility.

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