The Panta Nail has received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration ( FDA) in the United States and a CE Mark Certification in the. PANTA® design rationale. Talo-tibio-calcaneal arthrodesis is a challenging technique. The use of a retrograde nail is part of the therapeutic option that achieves. The PANTA Intramedullary Nail System surgeon video. Integra Silicone Toe MTP Arthroplasty to Correct Hallux Deformity · · Alastair Younger.
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A patient unwilling or unable to follow instructions. The use of a retrograde nail is part of the therapeutic option that achieves: Screw holes are targeted using existing instrumentation eliminating the need to free hand the proximal fixation screws. Depending on particular patient factors, indications may include: Contraindications include the following conditions: Precise and radiolucent instrumentation. Please enter the code above.
Integra Panta Nail (Implant 798)
For more information, please contact your Integra representative. Pregnancy, unless pantq fixation of the spine is indicated for unstable fracture.
For complete product information, please see the Instructions for Use accompanying each product. The Panta Nail is intended for use in tibio-talo-calcaneal arthrodesis and treatment of trauma to the hindfoot and distal tibia.
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Post-traumatic and degenerative arthritis involving both ankle and subtalar joints Rheumatoid arthritis Revision of failed ankle arthrodesis with subtalar involvement or with insufficient talar body Revision of failed total ankle arthroplasty with subtalar intrusion Talar deficiency conditions requiring a tibiocalcaneal arthrodesis Avascular necrosis of the talus Neuroarthropathy or neuropathic ankle deformity Severe deformity as a result of talipes equinovarus, cerebral vascular accident, paralysis or other neuromuscular disease Severe pilon fractures with trauma to the subtalar joint Contraindications The contraindications of this system are similar to those of other systems of similar design.
All nails are color coded for easy size identification. Panta Nail Range of Nail sizes: The Panta Nail is an innovative solution for use in tibio-talo-calcaneal arthrodesis and treatment of trauma to the hindfoot and distal tibia. The head provides a positive stop at the cortex.
Integra Panta Nail (Implant 800)
Compression is applied equally on the medial and lateral sides of the construct to avoid the introduction of torque and coronal tilt.
Revision of failed total ankle arthroplasty with subtalar intrusion. Talar deficiency conditions requiring a tibiocalcaneal arthrodesis. Avascular necrosis of intega talus. Bony fixation is achieved using two tibial screws, two calcaneal screws and one optional talar screw.
Depending on the particular patient factors, indications may include:. Severe deformity as a result of talipes equinovarus, cerebral vascular accident, paralysis or other neuromuscular disease.
Nail autodynamisation is an added benefit. A unique system to apply compression balanced with multi-planar screw fixation — in the tibia, the talus and the calcaneus — and enhanced calcaneal fixation to optimise stability and alignment of the arthrodesis.
For complete product information, please consult product labels and inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, precautions, and instructions for use. Neuroarthropathy or neuropathic ankle deformity. Autodynamization feature provides the benefits of initial static compression while allowing screws to dynamize if nzil occurs.
Locking end cap for partially threaded screws End cap for fully threaded screws Fully Threaded screws provide increased bony fixation. The use of a retrograde nail is part of the therapeutic option that achieves:.
Post-traumatic and degenerative arthritis involving nwil ankle and subtalar joints. The Panta’s unique design allows the application of up to 12mm of bilateral axial compression across the ankle and subtalar joints.
Depending on the particular patient factors, indications may include: Realignment of the foot on the weight-bearing axis. Multi-axial fixation Oblique antero-posterior calcaneal screws Medio-lateral tibial screws Oblong holes to enable compression Specific end cap for each kind of screw: The ideal amount of compression is dialed in using the wheel mechanism and is locked in by simply placing the tibial screws.
Revision of failed ankle arthrodesis with subtalar involvement or with insufficient talar body. The proximal edge of the slot maintains compression while allowing dynamisation with postoperative weight bearing, providing inntegra compression.
Signs of infection in the area to be implanted. The complete system includes: