Trauma and Extremities

  •   Mayfield Headrest the Skull Clamp System is the most common and widely used head clamp in the world today. Designed to firmly hold a patient's head to the operating table during craniotomy, drilling, delicate surgery and spinal surgery. The head rest comes with a Horse shoe head rest
  •   Halder Humeral nail is a retrogate humeral nailing system that utilises a transverse plate and a patented tri-wire technology to provide additional rotational stability at the proximal head of the humerus and is a GESCO exclusive product.
    • Transverse plate and patented tri-wire technology which uses a special grade of medical Stainless Steel to ensure a good blend of elasticity and fracture toughness provide good rotational stability
    • Simple instrumentation to ensure quick and precise implantation
  •   Halder Tibial Nail is an innovative tibial nailing system that utilises a patented tri-wire technology to provide additional rotational stability at the distal end of the tibia.
    • The patented tri-wire technology which uses a special grade of medical Stainless Steel to ensure a good blend of elasticity and fracture toughness provides good rotational stability
    • Simple instrumentation to ensure quick and precise implantation
  • Halifax Nail Halifax Nail
      Halifax Nail is an innovative trochanteric nailing system that utilises a patented tri-wire technology to provide additional rotational stability of the fracture neck of femur and is an exclusive GESCO product.
    • Intra-capsular and Basal fracture of the femur can be fixed with the help of tri-wire which uses a special grade of medical Stainless Steel to ensure a good blend of elasticity and fracture toughness
    • Precise instrumentation organised in a step-by-step method to ensure easy implantation, and several rescue instruments to get surgeons out of trouble and provide a very accurate fixation
    • A single Aiming Device (jig) to aim all three proximal angles, static and dynamic distal fixations
    The Halifax Nail has been awarded a US Patent, View Case Study
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