Overview

Locking Ankle Plate System

Acumed’s Locking Ankle Plates accept both locking and nonlocking screws. These locking Lateral Fibula, Medial Tibia and Anterior Tibia Plates offer surgeons versatility in patient care. With a Type II Anodize finish, the Locking Ankle Plates have a consistently smooth and even surface.

Key Features

Key Features

  • Low-profile: Designed for minimally invasive approach and can reduce soft tissue irritation.
  • Locking technology: Acumed’s Locking Ankle Plates accept either locking or nonlocking screws.
  • Multiple size options: Comprehensive length offerings fit a wide range of fracture locations.
  • Approach-specific plates: Locking Lateral Fibula, Medial Tibia and Anterior Tibia Plates offer surgeons versatility in patient care.
  • Distal fibula hole cluster: Standard Lateral Fibula Plates address more comminuted fractures.
  • Finish: Our plates are processed with Type II Anodize for a consistently smooth and even finish.
  • Precontoured geometry: Acumed’s Locking Ankle Plates are precontoured to replicate the patient’s anatomy and aid with anatomic restoration.
  • Ease of surgical procedure: Acumed’s new Lower Extremity Modular System features easy-to-use locking drill guides, a ratcheting driver handle and many other improvements.
Approved Indications

Approved Indications

  • Anterior and medial malleolar fractures.
  • Distal fibula and tibia fractures.
Sizing

Sizing

  • Low-profile Locking Fibula Plates: 5, 7, 9, 11 and 13-holes.
  • Lateral Fibula Plates: 9, 11 and 13-holes.
  • Low-profile Locking Anterior Tibia Plates: 5 and 7-holes.
  • Low-profile Locking Medial Tibia Plates: 7 and 9-holes.
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