MSP™ Metatarsal Shortening System

  • Metaphyseal/Diaphyseal oblique osteotomy in sagittal coaxial plane
    • High fusion rate1
    • No plantar displacement of metatarsal head
  • Osteotomy guide integrated into implant allows for controlled shortening (up to 6mm)
    • Osteotomy is made with plate in place
    • Controlled shortening with plate as template
  • Keeled plate design aids in implant positioning and fixation strength
    • Standard and locking screws
  • Single use, sterile procedural kits
    • Provide all necessary instrumentation without the need for in-house sterilization
  • Integral cutting guide within the plate
  • Low profile plate designed to reduce soft tissue irritation
  • Flanged plate
  • Standard and locking screws
  • Dog leg slot allowing up to 6mm of shortening
  1. White Paper: Bohay et. al. Second Metatarsal Osteotomy Shortening with Tarsometatarsal Arthrodesis: Comparison of Outcomes Between MSP Metatarsal Shortening System and Plates and Screws.

MSP™ is a trademark of Nextremity Solutions, Inc.

 

Legal Manufacturer:

NextremitySolutions
210 N. Buffalo St.
Warsaw, IN 46580 U.S.A.


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