CurvaFix | An IM Implant That Follows Natural Pelvis Curvature

CurvaFix: The only intramedullary implant that follows the natural curvature of the pelvis.

Every year, there are more than 186,000 pelvic fractures in the U.S.1 Traditional treatment for these serious injuries using straight screws and bone plates has inherent limitations.

The CurvaFix® IM Implant is the only intramedullary implantable device capable of following the natural bone curvature within the pelvis. It is flexible during implantation to reach challenging pelvic fractures, and is locked in a rigid state once in place.

The longer, wider CurvaFix implant fills curved bone canals, providing a greater force-to-failure while eliminating the risk of pullout. The procedure can be completed in as little as 20 minutes and is intended to yield strong, stable fixation—helping reduce pain and increasing the likelihood of a faster, more successful recovery for patients.

1. Orthopedic News Network, Vol 32, No 2, April 2021

Fragility Fracture of the Pelvis with Drs. Donegan and Mehta

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Samir Mehta, MD & Derek James, MD

In this episode, Drs. Samir Mehta and Derek Donegan review a new approach to pelvic fragility fracture repair at Penn Trauma and Fracture Services—a fixation device that curves to accommodate the unique structure of the pelvis.

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Samir Mehta, MD

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Derek James, MD

In this episode, Drs. Samir Mehta and Derek Donegan review a new approach to pelvic fragility fracture repair at Penn Trauma and Fracture Services—a fixation device that curves to accommodate the unique structure of the pelvis.

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