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Distal Radius Fractures – Dr. Ruch : Part 2 : Priorities for reduction – Identify

April 21, 2016 | Video Type: Surgeon Interview | Products: Hand and Wrist, Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System, Acu-Loc Wrist Plating System

David S. Ruch, MD, Chief of Orthopaedic Hand Service at Duke University Medical Center, discusses the importance of proper plate placement for fracture reduction on distal radius fractures.

Distal Radius Fractures – Dr. Ruch : Part 4 : Priorities for reduction – Verify

April 21, 2016 | Video Type: Surgeon Interview | Products: Hand and Wrist, Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System, Acu-Loc Wrist Plating System

David S. Ruch, MD, Chief of Orthopaedic Hand Service at Duke University Medical Center, discusses the variety of complications that can exist when handling intra-articular fractures of the distal radius, including problems with reduction and over-reduction.

Distal Radius Fractures – Dr. Ruch : Part 3 : Priorities for reduction – Tips

April 21, 2016 | Video Type: Surgeon Interview | Products: Hand and Wrist, Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System, Acu-Loc Wrist Plating System

David S. Ruch, MD, Chief of Orthopaedic Hand Service at Duke University Medical Center, provides tips for proper reduction and fixation of intra-articular fractures of the distal radius, including identifying the “critical corner” and establishing where you want your plate to sit on the proximal-distal aspect.

Distal Radius Fractures – Dr. Ruch : Part 5 : Priorities for Reduction – Avoiding Complications

April 21, 2016 | Video Type: Surgeon Interview | Products: Hand and Wrist, Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System, Acu-Loc Wrist Plating System

David S. Ruch, MD, Chief of Orthopaedic Hand Service at Duke University Medical Center, discusses the variety of complications that can exist when handling intra-articular fractures of the distal radius, including problems with reduction and over-reduction.

Distal Radius Fractures – Dr. Ruch : Part 6 : Proximal VS standard plate placement

April 21, 2016 | Video Type: Surgeon Interview | Products: Hand and Wrist, Acu-Loc 2 Wrist Plating System, Acu-Loc Wrist Plating System

David S. Ruch, MD, Chief of Orthopaedic Hand Service at Duke University Medical Center, discusses the reduction and fixation differences between the Acumed Acu-Loc 2 VDR Proximal Plate and the Acumed Acu-Loc 2 VDR Standard Plate.

Acumed Innovation Timeline

March 30, 2016 | Video Type: Animation

View a timeline that showcases Acumed’s industry firsts, including Acutrak, Acu-Loc, clavicle plates, and other groundbreaking products.

Ankle Plating System 3 Overview

March 7, 2016 | Video Type: Animation | Products: Foot and Ankle, Ankle Plating System 3

See an overview of the Ankle Plating System 3, a comprehensive system designed to provide a variety of fixation options for fractures of the distal tibia and fibula. Special features include fragment-specific plating for the posterior malleolus, two styles of Hook Plates for avulsion fragments, and a syndesmosis targeting guide. Read More

Calcaneo-cuboid Fusion Cadaveric Lab

January 25, 2016 | Video Type: Surgical Video | Products: Foot and Ankle, Ratcheting Compression Plating System

A calcaneo-cuboid fusion is performed using Acumed’s Ratcheting Compression Plating System.

Triple Arthrodesis Cadaveric Lab with Nicholas Abidi, MD

November 17, 2015 | Video Type: Surgical Video | Products: Foot and Ankle, Screw and Pin, Acutrak 2 Headless Compression Screw System

A triple arthodesis fusing the talonavicular, subtalar, and calcaneocuboid joints is performed using Large Acutrak 2 4.7 and 7.5 screws.  The rationale for the use of the screws, radiographic evidence, and surgical steps are provided.

Medial Malleolar Fracture Cadaveric Lab with Nicholas Abidi, MD

November 17, 2015 | Video Type: Surgical Video | Products: Foot and Ankle, Screw and Pin, Acutrak 2 Headless Compression Screw System

A medial malleolar fracture is corrected using Large Acutrak 2 4.7 screws. A medial malleolar osteotomy is first performed, and is a component of treatment in osteochondral defects and talar body fractures. The rationale for the use of the screw, radiographic evidence, and surgical steps are provided.