Skeletal Wires

Skeletal wires are often used to hold together pieces of bone that are too small to be fixed with pins. Skeletal wires are often used in conjunction with other forms of internal fixation, but they can be used alone to treat fractures of small bones, such as those found in the hand or foot. Skeletal wires are usually removed after a certain amount of time, but they may be left in permanently for some fractures.

The full listing of standards we manufacture to is shown below:

ISO 5832-1:2016  Metallic materials for surgical implants. Specification for wrought stainless steel

We stock all popular sizes of Kirschner Wire and Arthrodesis Wire.
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BS 3531 Part 6.2

ISO 5838-2

1991

1991

Implants for osteosyntheses. Specification for dimensions of Steinmann skeletal pins

BS 3531 Part 6.3

ISO 5838-3

1994

1993

Implants for osteosyntheses. Skeletal pins and wires. Specification for Kirschner skeletal wires

 

   

Arthrodesis and Kirschner Wires Overview

Non-Sterile Kirschner/Arthrodesis Wires Instructions for Use

Sterile Kirschner/Arthrodesis Wires Instructions for Use

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Kirschner Wire Trocar/Plain Sterile Singles Packs of 10