F.A.S.T. Guide® Technology

Pre-loaded, Removable Drill Guides for Bone Plates

F.A.S.T. Guide® Technology consists of low-profile drill guide tips preassembled into the threaded screw holes of a bone plate allow for fast, accurate surgery. The guides facilitate precise screw positioning for reproducible results. They may be used with an extension to function as a conventional drill guide. After drilling, the disposable guides are removed from the plate. Some instrumentation is designed to fit over the F.A.S.T. Guide inserts to provide optimum leverage.  

 

  • May be used with an extension
  • Removable and disposable
  • Low profile helps optimize visualization of the surgical area
  • No intra-operative assembly required, saving valuable O.R. time
  • Color-coded guides make identification easy
  • K-wire bushings are available for provisional fixation through F.A.S.T. Guide inserts

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Biomet Orthopedics
56 East Bell Drive
P.O. Box 587
Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA


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