Since our incorporation, we have been engaged in manufacturing, exporting and supplying Cancellous Bone Screw. For its extensive usage in inter-fragmentary compression and plate fixation, this screw is widely demanded in hospitals, clinics and medical colleges. Offered screw is known for its premium quality and durability. Our team of quality experts rigorously check this screw on the basis of certain quality parameters in order to ensure its flawless range. Moreover, the offered Cancellous Bone Screw is available in variety of sizes at market leading rates.
Our cancellous screws are developed to maximize fixation in metaphyseal bone surroundings. Yet, some medical conditions may need the replacement of cortical screws for utilize in cancellous screws, like fragment size, anatomic constraints or obtainable equipment. This analyze contrasts the biomechanical attributes of commercially accessible cancellous and cortical screws patterns in a synthetic prototype delineating many bone densities. Commercially obtainable, completely stranded, exterior-diameter cancellous and cortical screws were examined in respect of optimum insertion torque and pullout strength in osteoporotiv cancellous bone and standard-density model. The optimum insertion torque and pullout strength were found to be higher for screws of cancellous than screws of cortical in every synthetic densities examined. Further, the enormity of contrast in pullout power betwixt cancellous and cortical screws enhanced with depreciating synthetic bone solidity. Screw movement before failure and entire vigor engrossed during pullout capability and stiffness checking were as well importantly higher for screws of cancellous in osteoporotic versions. Cancellous screws include biomechanical benefits above screws of cortical when utilized in metaphyseal bone, showing the capability to both attain higher compression and displacement resistivity at the interface of screw-plate. Surgeons must specially utilize cancellous above screws of cortical in metaphyseal situations where cortical bone is inadequate for fixation.