Price And Quantity
- 50.00 - 150.00 INR
- 50 Piece
- As Cannulated Screws
- Medical Grade
- Cheque, Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA)
- 25000 Piece Per Month
- 1 Week
- Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
Our enterprise has gained immense recognition in manufacturing, exporting and supplying a quality assured range of Cannulated Screws. The offered screws are widely used in orthopedic centers for the excellent fixation of the plates. Available in various sizes, the provided screws are designed and manufactured using quality approved raw materails under the supervision of our quality experts. Furthermore, these Cannulated Screws are available at highly competitive prices to the clients.
- Precise dimensions
- Non-corrosive in nature
- Compact design
- Flawless finish
Cannulated Screws are purposeful for fixation of extra-articular and intraarticular ruptures as well as for on-unions of tiny bones and parts; arthrodeses of minor joints; osteotomies and bunionectomies; scaphoid and many other metacarpals, metatarsals, ulnar styloid, radial head, radial styloid, carpal bones, tarsals, patella and capitellum. Huge Cannulated Screws are designated for the monomania of long and small fractures of bone in both pediatric and adult patients, comprising fractures of the tibia, acetabulum, the ulna, femur, pelvis, bones of the middle calcaneus and foot.
Cannulated Screw is intentional for fixation of fusions, osteotomies and fractures of small and large bones and includes of washers, screws and accessories. It also consists fully or partially stranded screw transplants utilizing a cancellous strand kind. The partly stranded screws can be utilized to straggle one bone part to another bone where the part is apprehended by the strands of screw and actuated toward the part closest to oriented side of screw. Complete stranded screws are deliberate to balance fractures where small to no contraction over the rupture site is required.