Like all other products in In2Bones’ extensive platform of single-use implants for the hand and foot, the new system is packaged sterile for traceability and patient safety.
Additional patient benefits include ultra-thin and low-profile plates. Minimal prominence at the plate and screw head interface provides protection against soft tissue irritation, which can occur with conventional trauma hardware.
For foot surgeons, there is nothing mini about this CoLink system. It delivers a greater range of choices for fracture and fusion applications. Multiple compression plate families are available in straight, oblique, and t-plate configurations in various lengths. Each plate accepts both 2.4 mm and 2.7 mm diameter screws, and, surgeons can choose either low profile or variable angle locking options.
The titanium plates are also type II anodized, providing a stronger, smoother surface compared to standard color anodization used in the manufacture of most other plates.
The CoLink Mini is the fifth plating system developed and marketed under the CoLink family brand. It demonstrates In2Bones’ commitment to expanding the extremities market with innovative implant designs and technological advancements that improve surgical outcomes and patient care.