Medial Clavicle Injuries

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Medial Third Clavicle Injuries

Accounting for only 5% of all clavicle fractures1 medial clavicle injuries are often associated with dislocations and/or sternoclavicular disruptions. In cases where conservative treatment is not an option, Acumed’s diverse offering of plates and screw diameters may be a viable option for these often challenging injuries.


Medial Clavicle Plating Solutions

  • Clavicle Plating System
    • Superior Plates: Low-Profile J-Plates: 8-hole option available
    • Narrow and Low-Profile Midshaft Plates:
      • Range: 74–121 mm
      • Screw options: 3.0 mm & 3.5 mm locking and nonlocking screws
    • Anterior Plates
      • Range: 75–115 mm
      • Screw options: 3.0 mm & 3.5 mm locking and nonlocking screws
  • Small Fragment Base Set
    • 2.7 mm Fragment Plates
      • Range: 60 mm maximum, can be cut to desired length
      • Screw options: 2.7 mm locking and nonlocking screws
    • 1/3 Tubular Plates
      • Range: 37–145 mm length 3–12 holes
      • Screw options: 3.5 mm nonlocking screws

Amniotic Membranes

Amniotic membranes can be applied to fracture sites to maximize healing potential. They are designed to:

  • Promote/support correct tissue formation
  • Control pain and inflammation
  • Reduce scar tissue
  • Act as an adhesion barrier or antimicrobial wound dressing

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