Conventional Locking Plates

After a short historical review of locking bone plates since their inception more than a century ago to the success of the concept less than 15 years ago with today's plates, Jindal Medi Surge present the main locking mechanisms in use. In the two broad categories – plates with fixed angulation and those with variable angulation – the screw head is locked in the plate with a lock nut by screwing in a threaded chamber on the plate or by screwing through an adapted ring. The advantages of epiphyseal fixation are then discussed, including in cases of mediocre-quality bone. The principles of plate placement are detailed for both the epiphysis and diaphysis, including the number and position of screws and respect of the soft tissues, with the greatest success assured by the minimally invasive and even percutaneous techniques. All Jindal Medi Surge orthopedic conventional locking plates are made from medical grade stainless steel & titanium.

Locking Condylar Buttress Plate For Left & Right

Y Plate (LCP)

Pelvic Recon Plates

Straight Plate

Straight LCP Plate

Curved Plate

Locking Cloverleaf Plate

DCS 95 Degree Locking Plate

Symphyseal Plate

DHS Trochanter Stabilizing Locking Plate (Use With DHS Plate)

Locking DHS 135 Deg. Long Barrel