LCP PHP 130 in 3.5 and 5.0 mm
The LCP PHP 130 has been developed to fit properly in all trauma cases and derotation osteotomies. The plate has been specifically designed for fractures and derotation osteotomies and is intended for use in pediatric patients until adolescence, and for small-stature adult patients. Due to the plate's more anatomically correct angle, the 130 plates offer improved anatomical fit compared with the current 120 plates.
The plate will accommodate proximal femoral fractures with shaft extensions to different heights 31-M/3.1 I and II, 31-M/3.2 I and II, subtrochanteric metaphyseal fractures, and derotation osteotomies.
The 3.5 mm plate is available in lengths ranging from 62140 mm and the 5.0 mm plate in lengths ranging from 79175 mm. It has a universal design for the left and right proximal femurs and all plates are available in sterile and nonsterile.
Fig 1 Pediatric hip plate 130 angle.
Case 1: LCP PHP 130. A 15-year-old boy sustained a refracture of a pathological fracture of the subtrochanteric region following a severe trauma, previously fixed with ESIN , diagnosis: juvenile bone cyst.
Case provided by Theddy Slongo, Bern, Switzerland
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