Fibula Rod System

Product Overview

The Acumed Fibula Rod System offers an alternative approach to traditional fibular plating by providing fracture stability with a minimally invasive surgical technique. Utilizing a targeting guide, the fibula rod and interlocking screws can be inserted through small incisions, which may help minimize valuable surgery room time.

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This collection of published literature represents clinical evidence, which along with innovation, education, and quality form Acumed’s foundations of excellence. In addition to citing existing scholarly papers, we conduct ongoing clinical research and use this information for validation and continuous improvement to deliver the greatest value to our customers.
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Key Features

  • Minimally Invasive

    The nail is inserted in the distal fibula through a minimal incision. Screws are inserted by making stab incisions to protect the soft tissue envelope and preserve vascularity of the periosteum.

  • Anatomically Contoured

    The nail has a 5° bend designed to fit the intramedullary canal of the fibula.

  • Straightforward Procedure

    The surgical technique consists of 8 steps from start to finish, streamlining valuable surgery time.

  • Targeting Guide

    The targeting guide aids in the anatomic placement of both A/P and M/L screws and allows for syndesmotic screw fixation.

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Video: Fibula Rod System Animated Surgical Technique

An animated version of Acumed’s suggested method for implanting the Fibula Rod System, an innovative solution to address distal fibular fractures by incorporating straightforward targeting with a minimally invasive surgical approach.

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Case Study: Open Reduction of the Lateral Malleolus

A 76-year-old woman stepped off a curb and twisted her right ankle. Due to swelling and blistering, the surgeon chose to use Acumed's Fibula Rod System to treat the fracture of the lateral malleolus.

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