DVR® Wrist Plating System


An easy, efficient way to treat wrist fractures

The DVR® Wrist Plating System eases the challenge of treating wrist fractures by incorporating a low-profile, anatomic design with advanced fixation options and streamlined instrumentation. The system includes dorsal, radial styloid, and distal ulna plates. The plates are contoured distally to match a wide array of anatomies. For bone variations, the plates can be further contoured intra-operatively at the bridge region.

  • Dorsal and radial styloid plates are contoured distally to match the watershed line
  • Plates can be contoured in the coronal plane and twisted in the axial plane
  • Dorsal and radial styloid plates available in left and right configurations
  • Locking screws have tapered heads and triple-lead threads to create a stiff construct and are designed to facilitate insertion and removal
  • All locking, non-locking, and oblong holes accept the 2.7mm screws, requiring a single drill bit and driver for efficiency
  • Multi-directional screw option provides locked fixation within 20̊ cone of angulation off fixed-angle trajectory
  • F.A.S.T. Guide® technology simplifies drilling of fixed angle locking screws

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Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA

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