Wires are often used to pin the bones back together. They are often used to hold together pieces of bone that are too small to be fixed with screws. In many cases, they are used in conjunction with other forms of internal fixation, but they can be used alone to treat fractures of small bones, such as those found in the hand or foot. Wires are usually removed after a certain amount of time, but may be left in permanently for some fractures. Also the provisional fixation is planned to avoid faulty permanent fixation. Depending on the diameter, pins may also be used as guidewires for cannulated screw fixation.
At Kimia Teb Mana, we provide a range of bone pins and skeletal wires for internal fixation during orthopedic surgery. We provide a range of Guide wires and Pins including Kirschner wires, Steinmann pins, DHS and Kuntscher guide pins, Trauma pins and ACL guide wires for internal fixation during orthopedic and arthroscopic surgeries.