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) Navigated Stryker driver with 6.5 × 50 screw with screen projection showing the same 6.5 × 50 virtual screw. With reliance on visual inspection of anatomical landmarks prior to screw placement, the free-hand technique requires a high level of surgeon skill and precision.
Position and insert the fourth Pin on the same side close to the fracture line.
NOTE: Alternatively you can insert a pin on each side furthest from the defect. Connect the two Pin to Rod couplings with the semicircular curved rod.
STEP 8: Before proceeding verify the correct alignment of the frame.
(2) A Navigated Stryker Cordless Driver with an appropriate tap was used to access the vertebral body through a pedicle with a screen projection again showing a virtual screw. Thoracic, Lumbar, and Sacral Pedicle Screw Placement Using Stryker-Ziehm Virtual Screw Technology and Navigated Stryker Cordless Driver 3: Technical Note.
(3) A Navigated Stryker Cordless Driver with an actual screw was used with a screen projection showing the same virtual screw. AMA Style Satarasinghe P, Hamilton KD, Tarver MJ, Buchanan RJ, Koltz MT.
One hundred and forty-four consecutive screws were inserted using this three-step, navigated driver, virtual screw technique. Only 1 screw needed intraoperative revision after insertion using the three-step, navigated driver, virtual PS technique. One hundred percent of patients had intraoperative CT reconstructed images taken to confirm hardware placement. Pedicle screw placement utilizing the Stryker-Ziehm neuronavigation virtual screw technology with a three step, navigated power drill technique is safe and effective. Thoracic, Lumbar, and Sacral Pedicle Screw Placement Using Stryker-Ziehm Virtual Screw Technology and Navigated Stryker Cordless Driver 3: Technical Note.
OP TECHNIQUE Hoffmann® II Compact™ External Fixation System For Use in Maxillofacial Surgery In 1938, Raoul Hoffmann, a swiss surgeon from Geneva, Switzerland, designed a revolutionary External Fixation System.
The basic features of this system were its modular design and the ability to reduce fractures or to make post operative corrections to the alignment of fragments in three planes with the frame in situ.