The Stryker Hand Plating Solution consists of two modules with interchangeable inlays. The VariAx Hand Locking Plate Module offers variable angled locking plates as well as non-locking plates and screws for 1.7mm and 2.3mm implant sizes. The Profyle Hand Standard Plate Module offers non-locking plates and screws for 1.2mm, 1.7mm and 2.3mm implant sizes.
Below is a spotlight of the plate offerings from 1.2mm Profyle plates, 1.7mm VariAx Locking plates and 2.3mm Compression plates.
Full offering of plates can be found in the operative technique.
Reduction and Specialty Instrumentation
Available reduction and specialty instrumentation housed in the Stryker Hand module
The VariAx 2 Mini Fragment plating system features a complete range of low profile plate and screw options in 2.0mm, 2.4mm and 2.7mm modules. Plates utilize SmartLock variable angle locking technology which permits polyaxial screw placement. T8 locking screws may be angled +/- 15º in any direction for up to a 30º cone. T6 locking screws may be angled +/- 10º in any direction for a total of 20º.Learn more
Designed to facilitate decompression of the median nerve by dividing the transverse carpal ligament (TCL).Learn more
The VariAx 2 Distal Radius and VariAx 2 Distal Ulna Plating Systems provides you with a comprehensive range of anatomic plating options that work with a common instrument and screw platform. Plates utilize SmartLock technology which permits polyaxial screw placement. You can angle locking screws up to 15˚in each direction for a total range of 30˚ providing you with the flexibility to position screws based on the patient, not a plate’s pre-existing design.Learn more
The Swanson Finger Joint Implant is a flexible, intra-medullary stemmed one-piece implant designed to be used with resection arthroplasty of the metacarpophalangeal (MCP) and proximal interphalangal (PIP) to help restore function to hands disabled by rheumatoid, degenerative, or traumatic arthritis. The implant acts as a dynamic spacer to maintain internal alignment and spacing of the reconstructed joint. Joint stability can be achieved from reconstruction of the ligamentous and musculotendinous systems.
The Swanson Finger Joint Implant is available in 11 sizes designed to meet various anatomical requirements. A color-coded sizing set is available for proper size determination during surgery.