This product is one of the first IM nails to harness the shape memory properties of internal nickel titanium. The DynaNail was successfully used in an ankle arthrodesis procedure at Valley West Community Hospital in Chicago.
MedShape hopes its nail will become an effective alternative to external fixators for treating limb salvage procedures.
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MedShape Introduces DynaNail for Ankle ArthrodesisWritten by Heather Linder | Thursday, 15 November 2012 14:56
Atlanta-based MedShape, an orthopedic device company, introduced its DynaNail Ankle Arthrodesis Nail, an intramedullary nail that contains an internal nickel titanium element.
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