INnate

INnate™

Intramedullary Threaded Nail

ITN

Differential diameter design allows passage through isthmus

  • Anatomic, intramedullary metacarpal fixation through a percutaneous technique
  • Non-compression threaded nail creates precise reduction of comminuted, transverse, and oblique fractures
  • Stainless steel biocompatible material
  • A separate sterile instrumentation kit is provided with all items needed to perform the implantation
  • Multiple lengths address metacarpal fractures of all varieties: 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 65, 75mm

Surgeon Testimonial

“I have been using the ExsoMed INnate for the last several months in my patients with angulated metacarpal fractures that require surgical treatment. Before INnate, I was predominantly using K-wire fixation with subsequent splinting and casting for a total of 3 weeks. Range of motion began when the K-wire was removed at 3 weeks with a goal of returning the patient to heavy work by 5 weeks. With INnate, my patients are returning to work much sooner. In exchange for about 5 extra minutes in the operating room, I spare my patients the 3 weeks of immobilization and the irritation that can be caused by a transcutaneous K-wire. I am now asking them to see the hand therapist at 1 week postoperatively for fabrication of a removable splint and to begin range of motion. When I see them back 10-14 days postoperatively, they have all been pain-free with full range of motion and minimal edema. They are already eager to return to work. This device allows for stable internal fixation with minimal surgical dissection, thus leading to minimal post-operative edema and pain.”

Marissa R. Matarrese, MD
Hand Surgeon
University of Vermont Health Network Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital
Plattsburgh, New York

Indications for Use

The ExsoMed INnate Cannulated Screw System is intended for fixation of intra-articular and extra-articular fractures and non-unions of small bones and small bone fragments; arthrodesis of small joints; bunionectomies and osteotomies, including scaphoid and other carpal bones, metacarpals, tarsals, metatarsals, patella, ulnar styloid, capitellum, radial head and radial styloid.

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