Linea di dispositivi per fissaggio di griglie
KHS screws are characterized by the possibility to be inserted without pre-drilling needs (with the exception of very hard bone).
The tip of the KHS screws has an extremely innovative design which allows an easy and precise positioning and effective drilling.
MC Bio is very environmentally conscious. In fact, all our products, with the exception of tacks and screws (disposable by definition), are reusable and durable. In addition, most of our products are recyclable.
The new self-tapping screws with thin head
The KHS system was created to avoid pre-drilling for bone hardness from D2 to D4. The innovative design of its head guarantees the reduction of pressure on the soft tissues and their possible perforation.
KHS screws are available in lengths from 5 mm to 15 mm and diameters from 1.35 mm and 1.60 mm. The height of the head and the flat surface on the lower side are the most important elements of these devices: the height is approximately 0.5 mm and the upper surfaces have radii compatible with the lowest possible pressure on the soft tissues.
The square coupling of the screwdrivers has a reduced size and this help to reduce the pressure on the soft tissues.
Surgical set specs
Medical grade polymer box, suitable for sterilization in class B steam autoclaves
Organizer integrated into the surgical box
Stops for screw reteining
Hand Driver* with long and short tips
Special antifracture cutters for angled and axial motor. The shapes and sizes of our cutters are adaptable to different surgical techniques
*The hand driver is the same for all screw lines
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NO! The pre-drilling is not necessary in the bone between D2 and D4. For a D1 bone it is preferable to make a pre-drilling
The external diameters available are 1.35 mm and 1.60 mm
FYxoss Selftap screws are indicated:
- for meshes fixing, preferably using 5 mm and 7 mm screws
- for membrane fixing, preferably using 5 mm screws
- for bone plates fixing, preferably using 5 mm and 7 mm screws
- for bone block fixing, preferably using screws from 7 mm to 13 mm
- for the Shell technique preferably using 10 mm to 15 mm screws
- for the Tenting technique preferably using screws from 7 mm to 13 mm