Dall-Miles Cable System
In 1985, the world’s first multi-filament orthopaedic cable, Dall-Miles was introduced by Stryker as a means of providing fixation for trochanteric reattachment procedures. Representing a single system for bridging reconstruction and trauma needs, the Dall-Miles Cable System continues to set the clinical standard in cable fixation not only for trochanteric reattachment, but also for prophylactic and supplementary cerclage fixation with plates and screws. With more than 100 published clinical papers demonstrating clinical successes, no other multi-filament cable system offers the reassurance of so much clinical experience.
Features & Benefits
Not all cables are the same. Stryker has designed the Dall-Miles cable to have the right balance of yield and fatigue strength by using unique materials and processes. The instruments for trochanteric reattachment and cerclage are designed for ease-of-use and reliability.
Key advantages include:
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