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The Fassier-Duval Telescopic Intramedullary System is a self extending rod designed for patients suffering from Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), skeletal dysplasia and other bone deformities. Created to prevent or stabilize fractures, or correct deformity of long bones whilst growth occurs. The design of the rod includes a female component (which is attached to the proximal epiphysis) and a male component (which is attached at the distal epiphysis). It is available in five diameters: 3.2, 4.0, 4.8, 5.6 and 6.4 mm, up to 420 mm in length.

Hinge Plate

The Hinge Pediatric Plating SystemTM is an articulated plate and screw system used to correct, through growth modulation, knee deformities in growing children. This innovative plate is intended to fix pediatric mal-alignment through a less-invasive, gentle correction. The rationale behind the design of the Hinge Plate is to achieve the ideal placement of a true hinge, at the growth plate, which allows for a guided manipulation of the deformity with less risk of implant failure and avoiding invasive osteotomies.

Gap Nail

The Gap endo-exo medullary systemTM consists of an intramedullary nail linked to a lateral buttress plate, via lag and mechanical screws, creating a combined Endomedullary / Exomedullary osteosythesis device. This novel approach of osteosynthesis creates a load sharing system between the nail and plate, thus limiting the risk of stress fractures and improving the implant stability in weak bones.


The SLIM System is intended as a temporary implant for alignment, stabilization and fixation of long bones that have been surgically prepared (osteotomy) for correction of deformities, or have sustained fractures due to trauma or disease. This includes the femur, tibia, humerus, ulna and fibula in the pediatric population (child and adolescent) , and patients with small intramedullary canals affected by skeletal displasias, osteogenesis imperfecta or other bone diseases.