Globus Medical Supporting Resident and Surgeon Education Workshops at OTA 2018
During the resident workshops from
The ANTHEM® Ankle Fracture System is a comprehensive set of low profile, anatomically-contoured plates for treatment of a variety of ankle fractures. A specialized set of instruments facilitates the efficiency in the operating room, with ankle-specific clamps designed to aid in fracture reduction. Radiolucent retractors and Weitlaners aid in visibility of the fracture site during intraoperative imaging.
The ARBOR® External Fixation System provides a streamlined set of clamps, pins, and bars with innovative instruments that allow surgeons to quickly create the pin-bar frame of their choice. The system offers a one-clamp design for every procedure regardless of pin size.
The ANTHEM® Proximal Humerus Fracture System is designed to treat a wide variety of shoulder fractures and streamline procedural flow during fracture fixation. The unique polyaxial screw technology allows surgeons to target dense calcar bone and enhance fixation, independent of plate position. This comprehensive, stand-alone system includes small fragment instruments and innovative retractors to aid in visibility of the fracture site, and potentially reduce surgical time.
“Globus is pleased to support the OTA in training the surgeon community and residents using the latest techniques and technology,” says
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