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Welcome to Field Orthopaedics

We're dedicated to creating innovative solutions to advance hand surgery.

We are a medical device company based in Brisbane, Australia. We focus on developing innovative products to meet the needs of complex fracture management, arthritis and microsurgery. 

Our products NX Nail and Micro Screw are distributed by Medartis in an exclusive agreement. 

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Why we focus on hands.

Thought to originate with the casualties of World War II, hand surgery is one of the last disciplines to emerge as its own specialty. With an unprecedented number of injured survivors - general, plastic, orthopaedic, vascular and neuro surgeons combined efforts to address the need for advancement in treating acute hand injuries.1

With dedicated experience, knowledge, research and technological advances, hand surgery continues to flourish and offers significant opportunity for advancement in the future.

1.Yale University. 2023. History of Hand Surgery. Yale School of Medicine. [Online] May 2023.

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The NX Nail System

The most comprehensive intramedullary nailing system on the market for hands.

The NX Nail is designed to treat extra-articular neck and shaft fractures by providing rigid fixation, stability and an environment for bone healing through a minimally invasive procedure for accelerated return to function and mobility2,3.

2. AO Foundation. Basic principles of intermedullary nailing. AO Surgery Reference. [Online]
3. M.E. Müller, M. Allgöwer, R. Schneider, and R. Willenegger: AO Manual of Internal Fixation, 3rd Edition. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 1991. 

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The Micro Screw System

The world's smallest cannulated screw.

The fully cannulated Micro Screw system is designed to address the challenges of treating small fractures in the hand and wrist.

With increased implant strength at a smaller scale and cannulated precision, surgeons can accurately reduce fragments with small diameter K-wires while maintaining positions for single shot insertion of a definitive implant that generates adequate compression to facilitate healing.

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