MC-Subtalar™ II - Merete GmbH
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Surgical Technique  E-IFU

MC-Subtalar™ II

 

For correcting Calcaneus valgus

Merete’s Research and Development department has completed its redesign of the MC-Subtalar™. The instrument set is now more compact, the surgical technique significantly faster and easier. The cannulated MC-Subtalar™ II Torx screw is now a one-piece screw. Foot joint function is preserved.

Technical data
  • Lengths: 25 mm, 30 mm, 35 mm
  • Material: Stainless steel (X2CrNiMo)
  • Screw head diameters: 6mm, 8 mm, 10 mm
  • Screw head with Torx (T20), self-locking
  • Self-drilling and self-tapping
  • Cannulated for 1.6 mm-diameter K wire
Features
  • External hexagon on screw shank allows intraoperative correction of valgus misalignment and prevents overcorrection
  • Talus and Calcaneus angles can be set easily and precisely
  • Joint surfaces remain unaffected
  • No post-operative rest period necessary; full weight-bearing without pain after a few days
  • Different screw head sizes
  • No flat foot regression. Excellent rate of clinical success.
Indications
  • Flexible juvenile pes planovalgus (flat valgus foot) developing toward pes planus (flat foot)
  • Progressive medial protrusion of talus
  • Longitudinal arch reduction
  • Posterior tibial tendinitis
  • Minimum age 6 years, if conservative treatment does not achieve correction
  • Maximum age 13 years – prerequisite is that manual deformity correction be possible

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Articulated flat foot, Fußchirurgie, Kinderorthopädie, Screws