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MODULAR ENDO KERRISON HYBRID SYSTEM
Since the first publication of Percutaneous operations of Lumbar intervertebral discs in the early 1970s, the full endoscopic surgical technique has been developed rapidly. A wide range of new surgical and access techniques have been developed. Due to the increasing miniaturization in endoscopy, there is a growing demand for delicate but even robust and easy to clean Handeld Instruments. All these requirements are completely fulfilled by our new modular Endo Kerrison Hybrid System.
This unique hybrid product line combines the characteristics:
- Modularity and Robustness
- Disassembly- and Cleanability
- Ergonomics and Individuality
Developed and made in Germany, available in various shaft dimensions, shaft designs and working lengths, the ENDO-Kerrison punches are compatible with all established endoscopic systems on the market. The individual combinability with the two types of handles made of medical-grade stainless steel, and optional with silicone coating, guarantees optimal handling for every user. Thanks to the unique design, which allows the complete disassembling of the Endo-Kerrison punch, all requirements for cleaning in accordance with EN 17664 are met and the safety of patients and users is guaranteed.
ORLOS VET TTA PLUS SYSTEM
Tibial Tuberosity Advancement – The modern surgical technique made
even better thanks to the PLUS of a newly developed implant system.
THE ADVANTAGES OF THE TTA-PLUS SYSTEM AT A GLANCE.
Cages special coated and made from titanium using 3D inkjet technology:
Creates a special surface structure for optimal adhere results.
Unbeatable variation of selectable dimensions: You will always find the right cage.
Self-tapping Corticalis screws (even applicable for TPLO) made of titanium:
No different metal alloys that could cause physical rejection reactions.
ORLOS VET TPLO PLUS SYSTEM
TIBIAL PLATEAU LEVELING OSTEOTOMY ( TPLO ) - How It Works
A cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) injury is common in dogs and occurs occasionally in cats. This is similar to an injury in your ACL. In most cases, a CCL tear in dogs is a degenerative condition rather than a single acute injury. This condition causes inflammation, swelling of the joint, and instability of the knee resulting in lameness. Over time, arthritic changes and muscle atrophy ensue. With few exceptions, surgery is the most effective treatment and offers the best long term outcome. The tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) changes the biomechanics of the joint allowing for stability without the presence of an intact ligament. This minimizes swelling and inflammation of the joint and decreases the progression of arthritis. The TPLO has a very high success rate and has been performed for decades.
- The TPLO can be performed in most patients, regardless of size.
- Repair is indicated for affected dogs with partial or full tears.
- Under most circumstances, we see positive outcomes when utilized after other procedures fail.