Two-thirds and one-third rings which may be joined as a full ring set to protect soft tissue, or allow wire placement at a wider angle
High strength construction with reinforced anterior section to support wire tension
Tibial articular fractures: plateau and pilon
Tibial articular fractures with diaphyseal extension
High energy diaphyseal fractures of the tibia
Femoral fractures, particularly distal
Fractures in osteoporotic bone
Complex joint injuries where soft tissue or bony injury is such that fixation should be taken across the knee or ankle joint
Correction of post-traumatic, acquired and congenital deformities: simple, juxta-articular, oblique plane, multiplanar. The Sheffield Ring Fixator is usually used in the lower limb for tibial and foot deformities, but is also useful for femoral and knee deformities. It may also be used in the upper limb, particularly the humerus
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