The Conventus DR Cage System provides an innovative approach to implant design for the treatment of distal radius fractures. Its unique design enables a less invasive surgical approach, offering minimal disruption to the flexor compartment and thus enabling early range of motion, a reduction in hardware related complications and minimal post-operative pain.

Intramedullary Support, Minimal Hardware Exposed

Because the Cage is designed to be an intramedullary implant, there is very little hardware that is exposed on the surface of the bone thus avoiding tendon, nerve and other soft tissue irritation.

DR Cage

Less Invasive For a Rapid Return to Normal Function

The super elasticity and shape memory properties of the nitinol cage allow the implant to be collapsed and delivered with a small cannula through a less invasive approach into the metaphyseal region of the distal radius. The 3-dimensional structure of the implant provides subchondral support and provides an internal scaffold for fragment re-approximation.

Patient Flexibility
PH Cage
DR Cage
PR Cage


* Please note, the Conventus DR CAGE is also formerly known as the Intramedullary Fixation System (IFS), Fracture Fixation System (FFS), Distal Radius System (DRS), Distal Radius Implant (DRI), Conventus DRS™ System, the DRS Implant and /or the Conventus CAGE™ DR


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