In addition to the well-known ORTHObones PREMIUM, the high-quality training bone, 3B Scientific is now offering you ORTHObones STANDARD, as an alternative, for your workshops. Our workshop bones meet the following requirements:
• Anatomically accurate
• Realistic haptics
• Simple handling
• Two-component structure
• Excellent results
• Fantastic value for money
The new ORTHObones STANDARD have a hard cortical bone and softer, spongy bone (spongiosa).
The two-component structure ensures particularly realistic haptics and appearance of these workshop bones.
The surface of the ORTHObones STANDARD is not as rigid as that of ORTHObones PREMIUM and is therefore more suitable for carrying out medullary nailing, for example. Overall, mechanically manipulating the new ORTHObones STANDARD is easier.
In workshops in which basic skills or surgical methods and correct handling of implants are of particular importance, the benefi ts of ORTHObones STANDARD are particularly evident. Furthermore, ORTHObones STANDARD are anatomically accurate, making them a cost-eff ective alternative to traditional demonstration models.
AREAS OF APPLICATION
As a surgeon or orthopedist, the 3B Scientific® ORTHObones will enable you to optimise your skills.
Practise new techniques to perfection, and regularly test your ability to carry out common techniques. Regardless of whether you specialise in fractures to arms or legs, maxillofacial surgery or pelvic implants, ORTHObones STANDARD offer a cost-effective and anatomically correct range of workshop bones. You will be perfectly prepared for treating your patients!
Manufacturers of medical implants, endoprostheses and similar products can also take advantage of ORTHObones STANDARD in a range of ways. First, you can test and optimise the ORTHObones STANDARD during the development phase, at low cost. Second, workshop and presentation participants will see how your products behave in realistic situations and will get a feel for how they can be used.
Overall length: 47 cm
Canal diameter: 8 mm
Head diameter: 43 mm
Lateral to medial condyle: 74 mm