Trochanteric Nail

The Trochanteric Gamma3 Nail is indicated for fixation of stable and unstable intertrochanteric fractures, including but not limited to nonunion, malunion and tumor resections, while the Long Length Gamma3 Nail inidcation may include fractures resulsting from trauma, nonunion, malunion, pathological fractures, impending pathological fractures, tumor resections and revision procedures

Gamma3 Lag Screw



The Gamma 3 lag-screw is designed with four locking grooves to  allow for quarter turn adjustments, each advancing the screw 0.8mm for  precise lag screw positioning towards the desired optimal TAD. The lag  screw and set screw interface is designed to help reduce a basicervical  gap. After compression / apposition is applied on the lag screwdriver  and the set screw engaged with the lag screw, the asymmetric depth  profile in the lag screw locking grooves allow sliding only in the lateral direction. This was designed to reduce the fracture gap, allow  for compression of the fracture site under physiological loading and thus promoting secondary healing.

Gamma3 RC Lag Screw

Osteoporotic bone or metastatic disease in the femoral head, short femoral head or neck fragments, or unstable intertrochanteric fractures with missing medial-caudal bone support.

  • Combination of standard Gamma3 lag screw with a spreading U-clip
  • U-clip provides an additional 2mm of spread to increase the surface area for enhanced rotational control and resistance to cut-out
  • RC Lag Screw showed a 15% higher resistance to migration over the standard lag screw.2

ADAPT for Gamma3

ADAPT system is software based instrumentation designed for use in Gamma3 surgery. The software assists the surgeon with implant alignment, lag screw length determination, lag screw positioning and distal targeting. ADAPT is the only augmented reality instrumentation of its kind.



ADAPT allows you to:

  • See, adjust, and refine Tip Apex Distance intraoperatively with software measurements for precision where it matters most.
  • Incorporate technology into your O.R., with an adaptive workflow that fits your procedure.
  • Utilize a system designed for consistent results and that features added guidance for distal locking with the Distal Targeting System.




Precision where it matters most

Implant placement is one of the most important part of a cephalomedullary nailing procedure. ADAPT is designed to provide the surgeon with information to find the desired Gamma3 implant position and placement.

  • ADAPT allows the surgeon to visualize and adjust nail depth/version before inserting the K-wire.1
  • This may allow for less variable and lower Tip Apex Distance and reduced radiation exposure.2



Adaptive workflow

ADAPT features an intuitive workflow that adjusts to the surgeon's technique at each step of the procedure.

  • Interactive operative technique provides the Gamma3 operative technique, step-by-step animations, and relevant workflow information based on acquired X-ray images. 1
  • Each step of the surgery is documented in a surgical report which may provide for better post-operative information workflow.1



Designed for consistent results

ADAPT offers added guidance for distal locking with the Distal Targeting System including precise C-arm positioning instructions.

  • ADAPT is designed to provide consistent, reproducible results.1
  • The use of ADAPT has been seen to significantly reduce OR time.2