GiaPlus’ trauma plating systems are a comprehensive array of trauma plates which include small fragment, large fragment and other components such as plates, screws, etc. designed for orthopedic surgery to address bone fractures and other traumatic injuries. These orthopedic implant solutions include a range of carefully designed specialized components that allow surgeons to perform trauma plating procedures to effectively stabilize and repair fractured bones.
What are orthopedic trauma plates?
Orthopedic trauma plates are medical implants used for treatment of traumatic bone injuries and fractures. Our plates are designed to be surgically implanted to stabilize and promote proper healing. Our comprehensive trauma plating systems include diverse medical devices and instruments e.g. plates, screws, etc.
What are trauma plates made of?
At the heart of GiaPlus’ offerings is a commitment to excellence that begins with the selection of materials. Surgical grade stainless steel and titanium, known for their remarkable strength, biocompatibility, and corrosion resistance, form the foundation of these state-of-the-art systems. This choice of materials not only guarantees durability but also minimizes the risk of adverse reactions, promoting quicker recoveries and long-lasting results.
What are types of trauma plates used?
Orthopedic trauma plates come in various shapes, sizes, and configurations to accommodate different types of fractures and anatomical locations.
There are several types of orthopedic trauma plates, each designed for specific fracture patterns and anatomical locations. Common types of orthopedic trauma plates used in trauma surgeries are:
How are trauma plates helpful in recovery?
Trauma Plates provide following benefits during the recovery process:
What are components of trauma plating systems?
A typical trauma plating system may include: