Exactech out of Gainesville, Florida has announced full market release of the Equinoxe Fx Plate. The fracture plate is used in shoulder reconstruction and is designed to reduce humeral head collapse. Additionally, surgeons can inject bone void filler after the plate has been positioned to improve outcomes.
From the product page:
The contoured plate is asymmetric to align with the bicipital groove and greater tuberosity, and tapered distally to respect the deltoid insertion. The suture holes are anatomically oriented allowing surgeons to pass the suture after the plate is secured to the bone.
Unique modular blades can be inserted to further buttress the reconstruction while locking screws diverge to support the humeral head. The large central hole allows for either a 6.5mm locking screw or deployment of bone-void filler after the plate is secured.
Multiple screw/blade configurations enable a surgeon to treat a spectrum of proximal humeral fractures. Robust instrumentation options are included to address a wide array of surgical technique preferences.
Press release: Exactech Announces Full Market Release of the Equinoxe® Shoulder Fracture Plate…
Product page: Equinoxe Fx Plate