Peanut® Growth Control Plating System

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The Peanut Growth Control Plating System is designed to restore proper anatomic alignment of long bone(s) in pediatric patients with an open physis. The innovative design features of both the implants and instruments enhance efficiency and accommodate various surgical approaches, including minimally invasive techniques.

Selling Points:

  • Utilization of the Peanut Plate can avoid the need for an osteotomy by tethering the growth plate to provide angular correction
  • Provides controlled growth of healthy epiphysis, aiding in the restoration of proper anatomic alignment
  • Advanced instrumentation enhances surgical efficiency and accommodates various surgical approaches including minimally invasive techniques
  • Arched and stepped plates available; reduce the need for contouring and reduce periosteal contact    
  • Minimal post-operative rehabilitation

Additional Information

Surgical Techniques

Legal Manufacturer:                      

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


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