External fixation devices

External fixation is a method of fracture immobilization, the fundamental difference of which is the introduction of implants into bone fragments and their fixation by a structure located above the skin.  Using this method, we have a minimum of metal structures in the tissues, bone fragments can be repositioned, subjected to distraction or compression, to maintain access to wounds and other injuries.  Applying this method also achieves effective stabilization.

Type 1 (3)

Type 2 (19)

Tools (4)