ECA Medical Instruments, manufacturer of single-procedure torque-limiting surgical instruments and kits, introduced new instruments and kits for securing orthopaedic implants. ECA’s Model 900 series of surgical kits are designed to provide consistently accurate torque needed to secure implant screws, fasteners and connectors and to reduce per procedure costs with the elimination of recurring operational overhead to support reusable instruments.
The Model 900 series includes three single-procedure surgical kit configurations for general orthopaedic reconstructive surgery, small bone and trauma procedures and for spine implants. Each kit includes several torque-limiting and fixed-driver instruments regularly used by surgeons to fix and secure implants.
ECA’s Model 900 series surgical instruments are made of engineered polymers and surgical stainless steel materials and produced in Class 7 clean rooms under strict quality controls. They are all designed and manufactured in the U.S. at the firm’s facilities. Model 900 series kits are ideal for hip, knee, shoulder, cranio-maxillofacial, spinal fusion as well as small bone and trauma implants such as clavicle, hands and feet. The kits include torque instruments ranging from one lb./in to over 90 lb./in for securing knee and hip implants. (Source: ECA Medical Instruments)