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ATB Anterior Tension Band Plate


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Anterior tension band plate to stabilize the lumbosacral spine ATB Anterior Tension Band Plate Surgical Technique

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Image intensifier control This description alone does not provide sufficient background for direct use of DePuy Synthes products. Instruction by a surgeon experienced in handling these products is highly recommended. Processing, Reprocessing, Care and Maintenance For general guidelines, function control and dismantling of multi-part instruments, as well as processing guidelines for implants, please contact your local sales representative or refer to: For general information about reprocessing, care and maintenance of Synthes...

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Introduction ATB. Anterior tension band plate to stabilize the lumbosacral spine 2 Surgical Technique Standard procedure 6 Product Information Implants 22 ATB Anterior Tension Band Plate Surgical Technique DePuy Synthes 1

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ATB. Anterior tension band plate to stabilize the lumbosacral spine Comprehensive implant system –– Lumbar and sacral plate lines Lumbar: anterior or anterolateral approach Sacral: anterior approach –– Monosegmental and bisegmental plate lengths –– Lengthwise window to provide visualization of the bone graft –– Self-locking screws –– Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-7Nb) Sacral plates Monosegmental Bisegmental Monosegmental Bisegmental Lumbar plates radius Axial radius Adapted to the anatomy –– Low 3.5 mm profile –– Anatomical lordotic curvature –– Axial radius of 38 mm –– Sacral implant with special...

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High resistance to extractive forces Screw-head thread provides a form-fit with the plate The cranial and medial screw axes are deflected from the radial axis –– Parallel alignment with the endplate –– Enhanced bone anchoring Conical threaded holes allow +/– 5° angulation during insertion Dual Core Design –– Proximal cortical bone thread combined with the distal s pongiosa thread enables bone-tailored anchoring –– Constant outer diameter provides fixation against tearing out –– Self-tapping –– Blunt screw tip Inner diameter of cortical bone thread Conical transition zone Inner diameter of...

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The four principles to be considered as the foundation for proper spine patient management underpin the design and delivery of the Curriculum: Stability – Alignment – Biology – Function.1,2 Stability Stabilization to achieve a specific therapeutic outcome sagittal axial Function Preservations and restoration of function to prevent disability Biology Etiology, pathogenesis, neural protection, and tissue healing DePuy Synthes ATB Anterior Tension Band Plate Alignment Balancing the spine in three dimensions

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Intended Use The Anterior Tension Band (ATB) System is a comprehensive set of implants and instruments designed for anterior stabilization of the lumbar spine. Indications ATB plates are used from L1 to S1, strictly anterior below the b ifurcation, and anterior or anterolateral above the bifurcation for: –– Degenerative intervertebral disc diseases, –– Spinal fractures ( L1-S1), –– Spinal tumours ( L1-S1), –– Pseudoarthrosis and –– Revisions after failed decompression surgery –– that have sufficient, biomechanically table, ventral sups port. Contraindications ATB plates are contraindicated...

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Surgical Technique Standard procedure 1. Prepare the vertebrae After exposing the site and insertion of a bone graft or an i ntervertebral disc or vertebral body replacement, free the vertebrae surfaces from osteophytes so that the ATB plate can lie flush on the surface. 2. Select plate size Select the plate size so that the ATB plate bridges the inter ver ebral space including the bone graft, cage, or vertebral t body eplacement (VBR), and the screw holes lie next to the r vertebral endplates. Note: The plate lengths indicate the overall length. Warning: Bending the ATB plates is not...

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4. Position the plate Position the plate so that the screws can be introduced close to the vertebral endplates. This maximizes the anchoring in the bone. Warning: –– In the case of a strictly anterior approach to the lumbar spine, the plate must be introduced below the bifurcation of the large vessels. –– When using a sacral ATB plate, the contact edge must lie on the promontory. When the orientation is correct, the engraved arrow points in a cranial direction. –– The angle for introducing screws into the cranial plate holes is 10°. Contrastingly, the screws are guided into the caudal plate...

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Surgical Technique Standard procedure Place a fixation pin on the driver, and affix the plate to the v ertebrae through the contralateral cranial drill guide. Lightly tapping in the fixation pin makes it easier to perforate the cortical bone. Repeat the procedure for the remaining plate holes. 8    DePuy Synthes  ATB Anterior Tension Band Plate  Surgical Te

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6. Prepare the first screw hole Optional instruments 389.826 Drill Bit B 3.3 mm with Stop, 2-flute, length 322/40 mm Drill Bit B 3.3 mm, length 248 mm, for Quick Coupling Handle with Quick Coupling Tap for Cancellous Bone Screws B 5.5 mm, length 248 mm Remove the awl from the drill guide inserter. Remove the i nserter together with the drill guide. Alternative: By screwing out the drill guide inserter all the i nstruments can be removed in one step. In the case of hard bone, remove the inserter and awl, but leave the drill guide. Mount the handle with the quick c oupling on the drill bit B...

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Surgical Technique Standard procedure 8. Insert screws Required instruments 388.652 Ratchet Wrench with T-Handle, with Hexagonal Quick-Coupling 6.0 mm Screwdriver Shaft, hexagonal 3.5, with Hexagonal Coupling Holding Sleeve, length 193 mm Place the ratchet wrench with T-handle on the hexagonal s crewdriver shaft, and introduce it into the holding sleeve. Take a 5.5 mm screw of the appropriate length and screw it into the prepared hole. Insert the screw up to 3/4 its length. Then pull the holding sleeve upward, and continue to screw in the screw until the screw head is seated in the plate....

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