Stryker Launches T2 ICF Nail for Complex Foot Conditions

By Julie A. Vetalice

Stryker Launches T2 ICF Nail for Complex Foot Conditions

Stryker Trauma & Extremities introduced the T2® ICF Intramedullary nailing system for treatment of Charcot foot, fracture fixation, osteotomies, non- and mal-unions and fusions.

Stryker T2 ICF

Radiolucent instrumentation for clear visualization of implant positioning

T2 ICF is designed to prevent nail back out and promote fixation and accuracy. Radiolucent instrumentation provides clear visualization of implant position.

“This medial and lateral column nail provides rigid fixation with the ability to apply up to 10 millimeters of compression through the nail,” said William Simo*, DPM, Bayview Physicians Group, and designer of the T2 ICF nail. “The stable nail is designed to be compatible with cross screws to help prevent nail back-out4 and the large nail diameters are intended to help prevent nail breakage."

Product Labels: Trauma Ankle/Foot/Toe

Tags: Product Launch