G-Beam Fusion Beaming System
Anatomical site: Foot and ankle
Procedure: Advanced deformity and trauma reconstructions
The G-Beam Fusion Beaming System™ has been designed to address the specific demands of advanced deformity and trauma reconstructions of foot and ankle applications. The system was developed for the treatment of neuropathic deformities, such as Charcot, requiring fusion of the medial and/or lateral columns, with or without corrective osteotomies as well as for joint fusions within the mid- and hindfoot.
The G-Beam Fusion Beaming System consists of two different diameter implant ranges, designed for optimal implant selection for wide ranging patient anatomies, and an instrumentation including the dedicated G-Beam sterilization tray. The G-Beam Fusion Beaming System is designed with an instrumentation and technique that have been developed to simplify the surgery.
Features & Benefits
- Maximized Performance
Great beam stiffness, great yield resistance, great fatigue resistance
- Optimal Design
Specific thread design, fully cannulated beams, accurate insertion
- Technical Details
Short, optimized threads, modular compression, dedicated extraction instruments
The G-Beam Fusion Beaming System is intended to be inserted in the bones of the foot and ankle for alignment, stabilization and fixation of various fractures and osteotomies, fusions and reconstructions. It is indicated for fracture and osteotomy fixation, reconstruction procedures, nonunions and fusions of bones of the foot and ankle including metatarsals, cuneiforms, cuboid, navicular, calcaneus and talus. Specific example: medial and lateral column fusions resulting from neuropathic osteoarthropathy (Charcot osteoarthropathy).