Midshaft Clavicle Injuries

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Midshaft Clavicle Injuries

Because 80% of all clavicle fractures occur in the diaphyseal region1 Acumed offers dozens of precontoured plating options to accommodate varying fracture patterns and anatomies. Superior and anterior anatomic plates are offered in varying contours and lengths, as well as small fragment plates for single and dual-plating capabilities.

Clavicle Plating System

The comprehensive Acumed Clavicle portfolio includes 57 total plate options to treat a variety of fractures and fracture-dislocations of the clavicle. The Clavicle Plating System offers low and narrow-profile plate solutions that are precontoured to match the natural shape of the clavicle. The Acu-Sinch® Repair System used in conjunction with Clavicle Plating System, as well as Clavicle Hook Plating System, both offer additional treatment options for acromioclavicular injuries and lateral clavicle fractures.

Dual-Trak Screw System

For use when an intramedullary device is needed, the Dual-Trak screw can achieve up to 3 mm of compression, and is available in several lengths and diameters.

Midshaft Clavicle Solutions

  • Clavicle Plating System
    • Anterior Plates
      • Range: 75–115 mm length
      • Screw options: 3.0 mm & 3.5 mm locking and nonlocking screws
    • Superior Midshaft Plates: Narrow and Low-Profile options
      • Range: 74–121 mm length
      • Screw options: 3.0 mm & 3.5 mm locking and nonlocking screws
  • Dual-Trak Screw System
    • Range: 80–120 mm length
    • Diameter 3.0 & 3.8 mm
  • 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


Clavicle Plating System Key Features
The Acumed Clavicle Plating System provides surgeons with the ability to address acute fractures, malunions, and nonunions of the clavicle as well as multiple options to address acromioclavicular joint and coracoclavicular ligament injuries. Product Manager Jakson Clark highlights the key features of this versatile system.
Locking Superior Midshaft and Anterior Clavicle Plates Surgical Technique
An animated version of Acumed’s suggested surgical method for using the Locking Superior Midshaft and Anterior Clavicle Plates on the superior midshaft portion or anterior surface of the clavicle, in order to facilitate fracture reduction and secure fixation.

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