Biotrak® Headless Resorbable Compression Screw System

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Case Studies
Patient History: The patient is a 59-year-old female with long standing pain with shoe wear despite attempts at extra width shoes and orthotics. The deformity has worsened over the last two years and she is currently unable to wear any shoes other than tennis shoes. On physical examination, the hallux is abducted and the distal end of the metatarsal head is prominent.

Specialty Instrumentation

Minimally Invasive

The cannulated pin and system instrumentation — including the plunger, micro drill, cannula, and single and double trocar guide wires — facilitates insertion
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Biotrak Applications

Biotrak Screws

  • Femoral Condyle
  • Interphalangeal Fracture
  • Humeral Condyle Fracture
  • Radial Styloid Fracture
  • Patella
  • Radial Head Fracture
  • Hammertoe
  • Avulsion Fracture
  • Phalangeal Fracture
  • Small Bone Fragments
  • Small Bone Arthrodesis
  • Small Bone Osteotomies
Biotrak Helical Nail
  • Osteochondral Defects
  • Radial Head Fractures
  • Bunions
  • Shear Capitellum
  • Radial Styloid Fractures
  • Ulnar Styloid Fractures
  • Small Bone Chevron Osteotomies
  • DIP & PIP Fusions
  • Hammertoes
Biotrak Pin
  • Osteochondral Dissecans Fragments
  • Radial Styloid Fractures
  • Ulnar Styloid Fracture
  • Chevron Osteotomies
  • DIP & PIP Fusions
  • Hammertoes
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Ejector

The ejector releases the driver from the screw in a controlled manner. Laser marks on the ejector indicate the depth of the proximal end of the screw beneath the bone's surface.
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