Pediatric VHS (Vari-Angle Hip Screw) System

  • Utilizes a unique, patented, variable angle hip screw design that allows the surgeon to achieve optimized implant-to-femur fit without the constraints of standard, fixed neck-shaft angle devices
  • Indications include fracture fixation, derotational and angular osteotomies and other proximal femur reconstruction procedures
  • Adjustment capability from 110° to 148° allows intraoperative manipulation of fractures or osteotomies
  • Unlike fixed angle devices, the Pediatric VHS System allows the surgeon the advantage of compression and additional reduction of the fracture after fixation is achieved
  • Reduced hospital inventory
  • Single tray of ergonomically designed instrumentation

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

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