Conventus Cage

3-Dimensional Fracture Management is Here

Engineered with self-expanding nitinol technology, the Conventus Cage offers a bold new advancement for fracture care. By addressing the issues related to fracture collapse and the need for a tissue sparing delivery, the Cage offers surgeons and patients a compelling solution for surgical care.


Engineered Support to Enable More Repairs

The Cage equips surgeons with an advanced fixation technology to provide an intramedullary 3-dimensional structure that is designed to prevent joint collapse thus enabling them to successfully repair more multipart fractures and potentially avoid joint replacement alternatives.

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Bone Density Augmentation

The Cage utilizes an internal framework that provides a strong foundation to anchor and stabilize fragments, even in osteoporotic bone. The layered nitinol lattice enables four levels of screw engagement for stable fixation – effectively overcoming the challenges associated with poor bone quality and density.


Infinite Locking Screw Placements

Locking screw placements are no longer limited to options available in a plate. With the Cage, fragments can be reduced and locked to the repair from virtually any angle thus creating a 3-dimensional approach. This gives a surgeon a new opportunity to use AO principles of repair for each fragment of a wide variety of periarticular fractures.


Intramedullary Delivery and Support

The Cage is introduced through a small cannulated delivery system into the subchondral bone of the fracture. Tissue sparing instrumentation designed to accommodate multiple surgical approaches enables surgeons to repair fractures with a custom approach in mind.


Less Invasive Delivery Options

The cage device is delivered through an intramedullary approach in many circumstances. This has allowed the development of less invasive percutaneous techniques for proximal humerus fractures, and a dorsal approach for distal radius fractures.

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