Cephalomedullary nailing system for the treatment of a wide range of proximal femur fractures as well as associated femoral shaft fractures.
Gamma is a comprehensive intramedullary nailing system for the treatment of a wide range of proximal femur fractures as well as associated femoral shaft fractures. The system is the result of over 25 years of continuous innovation and clinical history.
Type II anodization for titanium implants offers increased fatigue strength1
Reduced proximal nail diameter to facilitate a minimally invasive technique
Radiolucent carbon fiber targeter compatible with short and long nails with 120°, 125°, and 130° neck angles
Distal targeting options
Plus targeter available for cases where added soft tissue clearance is required
Set screw prevents rotations of the lag screw and asymmetric depth profile only allows
Four locking grooves allow for quarter turn advancement of 0.8mm to allow for precise lag screw positioning
The Gamma3 Trochanteric Nail is intended for use in stabilizing various types of stable and unstable intertrochanteric fractures including peritrochanteric fractures.
Gamma3 Long Nail is intended for fixation of stable and unstable femoral fractures occurring from the base of the femoral neck extending distally to a point approximately 10cm proximal to the intracondylar notch including fractures of the basilar neck, intertrochanteric fractures, peritrochanteric fractures, subtrochanteric fractures and femoral shaft fractures.
The Gamma3 RC Lag Screw can be used with either nail type and may be used to treat patients with highly osteoporotic bone.
The Distal Targeting System allows for guided distal locking for our Gamma3 Long and T2 Recon Nails.