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 Magellan Femoral Nail System

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The AOS Magellan Femoral Nail is targeted for use in intramedullary fixation of fractures of the femur. Its unique screw configuration provides both versatility and diversity for the Antegrade/ Retrograde Nail designs. Its innovative features offer superior solutions for the orthopedic advancement of hip fractures.

Key Features

Antegrade Nail

Versatile Screw Configurations

  • Up to 3 proximal Screws in the proximal femur to form a K-like screw formation for increased stability. This consists of a one reconstruction, one antegrade and one transverse screw.
  • 2 proximal screws may be inserted up the femoral head for a reconstruction configuration.
  • Threaded holes to prevent screw back out.
  • 8mm of Intra-operative or dynamic compression through the jig.
  • Oblong Slot may be converted to a static transverse hole with the use of the AOS Spacer.

Anatomical in Design

  • Anatomically accurate femoral bow.
  • Antegrade screw targets the strong cortical bone of the lesser trochanter.
  • Distal Screw Options.
  • 3 Distal screw options.
  • 8mm of dynamic compression
  • Distal screw options designed to be close to the tip of the nail.

Retrograde Nail

Diverse Distal Screw Options for all fracture patterns

  • Total of 4 distal screw options may be locked to the nail.
  • Threaded holes for 3 points of fixation of the cortical bone.
  • Oblique screws that target into the femoral condyles for condylar fractures.
  • 7mm of Intra-operative or dynamic compression.

Easy to use Compression nut and washer system

  • The carbon fiber targeter assists in accurate and precise insertion of the screw, nut and washer.

Targeted Supracondylar Nail

  • Targeted & threaded distal holes.
  • Anatomically accurate femoral bow.
  • Reduced surgical and radiation time.