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BIONIKA Intramedullary nails


The trochanter nails are such implants, that are designed to be inserted into the medullary cavity of long tubular bones in different anatomical places. They are inserted into the broken bones surgically and are suitable for fracture fixations. They are recommended for temporary bone fixations and stabilizations, for example in the case of the proximal femur, femoral stem, tibia and humerus.

Quality raw materials

Our products are made of as highest quality as possible, high biocompatible materials.

Advanced technology

Our products are CE marked and the production process is under strict quality management system.

Large range of sizes

Whether it is diameter or length, the BIONIKA offers everything you need.

Long-term guarantee

All BIONIKA products provide a long-term, replacement and money back guarantee.

BCSCannulated femoral neck screw

The self-tapping screw thread of the femoral neck screw ensures a precise fixation and reduces the surgical time. A threaded bore can be found in the hexagonal screw head. This enables the stable fixation of the hexagonal key driver aperture to the femoral neck screw.

A self-tapping, threaded broach fits to the body of the threaded cannulated screw. The self-cutting and self-tapping shape of the broach significantly reduces the risk of broach slipping which is implanted to the femoral neck.

BGN – genocephalic intramedullary nails

The BIONIKA „T-nail”, was developed for treating condyle fractures , which is known as condyle nail, genocephalic or retrograde intramedullary nail. A nail which is developed for surgical techniques without drilling.

Proximal end which can be stabilized with cannulated D7 and D10 mm cross screws. ● Concise, circular -shaped cross section. ● Lockable distal end with pressure reducing rescue bore.

BHL – Lamellar Humerus intramedullary nail

Characteristics: ●The proximal end can be lockable with 4 mm screws. ● The distal end of the cannulated nail can be fixed with a three-way opening lamellars in the bone cavity. ● The locked condition can be secured with a long screwdriver introduced in the proximal end with a left- directioned lockable mushroom.

BHN – Humerus intramedullary nail

Characteristics: ● The proximal end can be locked with 4 mm screws. The axial directioned compression is secured as shown in the illustration. Using an oval bore and compressional screw. ● The concise nail is provided with a 7-8 mm cross section. ● The locking of the distal end can be solved with 4 mm locking screws with a universal distal targeting device.

BTN – Tibia intramedullary nail

Characteristics: ● Nail which is developed to surgical techniques without drilling ● proximal end which can be dynamized. ● Concise, circular- shaped cross section. ● Lockable distal end, with a pressure reducing rescue bore.

BYN – Femur „Y” intramedullary nail

Characteristics: The BIONIKA Femur „Y” is a concise, implantable nail without drilling , with a dynamically lockable femoral neck screw and lockable distal end, with pressure reducing bore.

PFN – Trochanter intramedullary nail

Charactristics: The BIONIKA Femur „Y” is a concise, implantable nail without drilling, with two dynamically lockable femoral neck screw and lockable distal end, with a pressure reducing bore. It is suitable for femoral neck fracture fixations.