The Hip Plate System is designed for varus, valgus or rotational osteotomy fixation and trauma applications.

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  • The Hip Plate System is designed for right and left application in accordance with the proximal femur anatomy.
  • Proximal parts of 100°, 110° and 120° angled plates designed for varus osteotomies, have an offset structure. The offset size is 8 mm for small 3.5 mm plates and 10 mm for 4.5 mm plates.
  • In order to meet bilateral application requirements, a pair of each type of plate is included in the set.
  • 5mm plates are used with 3.5 mm cortical screws and 4 mm cancellous screws.
  • 5 mm plates are used with 5 mm cortical screws and 5.5 mm cancellous screws.
  • The set includes 100°, 110° and 120° angled plates for varus osteotomies, 150° angled plates for valgus osteotomies and 120° angled plates for fracture fixation.
  • It has CrNi and Ti6Al4V Eli options.



  • Fracture fixation and proximal femur osteotomies,
  • Femur neck and/or pertrochanteric fractures,
  • Intertrochanteric rotational and/or varus osteotomies,
  • Intertrochanteric valgus osteotomies and/or rotational osteotomies.



For detailed information, please review the catalog.

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