The Talon Compression Hip Screw provides significantly enhanced compression and rotational stability by allowing better purchase of the proximal fragment.
The Talon™ Compression Hip Screw (CHS) seeks to optimize patient outcomes by providing twice the compression and a threefold increase in rotational stability over traditional lag screws.
Plates are available in a wide variety of sizes, angles, and barrel lengths to best meet the demands of the fracture and each patient’s unique anatomy. The most proximal screw can be angled superiorly to capture medial comminution, if present.
The Talon™ lag screw is designed to deploy its talons into the calcar femorale region, allowing the surgeon to fully compress the fracture, thereby, reducing non-unions and providing a more solid construct.