Gotfried PC.C.P.

The Gotfried PC.C.P.™ uses a minimally invasive procedure and dedicated percutaneous instrumentation to treat ​pertrochanteric fractures without fracture exposure. The instruments, implants and application technique, collectively, contribute to reduced patient trauma resulting in improved ambulatory ability.

Features & Benefits

The PC.C.P technique is designed around four fundamental principles:

  • Closed fractures reduction to a 135° shaft/neck angle
  • Minimally invasive surgery with no exposure of the fracture
  • The provision of rotational stability
  • Prevention of lateral wall fracture and hence of fracture collapse

Physician Benefits

  • Minimized operative trauma and blood loss
  • No fracture exposure
  • Provides rotational stability

Patient Benefits​​​

  • Minimally invasive procedures
  • Immediate weight bearing (surgeon advised)
  • ​Reduces postoperative pain
  • Comparatively, studies show decreased mortality1,2​


Pertrochanteric and Base of Femur Neck Fractures


  • Active infection
  • Acute medical conditions including: impaired blood supply, pulmonary insufficiency (i.e. ARDS, fat embolism) or latent infection
  • Foreign body sensitivity. Where material sensitivity is suspected, tests should be made prior to implantation



  1. Gotfried Y. Percutaneous compression plating of intertrochanteric hip fractures. J Orthop Trauma. 2000 Sep-Oct;14(7):490-5.
  2. Yang E, Qureshi S, Trokhan S, Joseph D. Gotfried percutaneous compression plating compared with sliding hip screw fixation of intertrochanteric hip fractures: a prospective randomized study. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2011 May 18;93(10):942-7. doi: 10.2106/JBJS.I.00849.​​