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The Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System

ProductsThe Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System
Company Stryker Orthopedics
Item The Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System
Features 
  • Lower Profile Screw Head - Reduces the potential for soft tissue irritation.
  • Broad Range of Implant Sizing - Asnis III™ offers the surgeon a wide choice of sizing (4.0 mm; 5.0 mm; 6.5 mm; 8.0 mm) in partial and full threads.
  • Self-Drilling/Self-Tapping - Provides faster, efficient cutting for ease of insertion; flat tip minimizes potential for soft tissue irritation.
  • Reverse Cutting Flutes - Facilitates screw removal.
  • Description The Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System has taken the best of the Asnis 2 and TCS Systems and combined them to offer a more complete range of cannulated screws in both titanium and stainless steel.

    The Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System is designed to optimize surgical outcomes while simplifying procedures. This system incorporates several unique features intended to enhance screw placement along with ergonomically designed instrumentation.

    Dr. Stanley E. Asnis, recognized as the pioneer of cannulated hip screws in the early 1980's, has assisted in bringing this system to market. Nearly twenty years of clinical success have culiminated into the Asnis III™ Cannulated Screw System, which incorporates proven technology in implant materials and design.
    Info Stryker Orthopedics
    Customer Service: (201) 831-5000
    Web site: http://www.stryker.com/orthopaedics/

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