We are regularly asked to soplc problems with Pivot Locking systems that result in the Internal Fixation system sliding on a pivot. In this blog post, we will describe the causes and solutions of this problem.
A SOPLC Internal Fixation system Sliding On Pivot Locking Problem In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of SOPLC systems for various types of surgery across a wide range of specialties. One such system is the sliding-on-pivot locking (SOPLC) system. This type of system is used to fix bones during surgery by using a thin metal rod that slides through a drilled hole in the bone. Unfortunately, there has been an increase in the number of cases where this system has slid off of the pivot point and landed on the patient, causing injury.
In some cases, this has resulted in amputations. One potential cause of this problem is that the metal rod can become lodged in the drilled hole, preventing it from moving freely. This can happen due to wear and tear or other factors. If this happens, the system will become stuck and will require manual intervention to free it. If you are experiencing any problems with your SOPLC system, be sure to contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible. He or she may be able to help you troubleshoot the issue and prevent further injury.
What is a SOPLC Internal Fixation system?
A SOPLC Internal Fixation system is a type of fixation system that slides on a pivot locking axis to provide accurate, repeatable fixation of teeth. This system is typically used in conjunction with an external fixator to stabilize teeth and improve their function.
A SOPLC internal fixation system is a device used to immobilize Bone spur or other medical devices that are not stable in situ. The device consists of a sliding arm that attaches to the implant and a pivot locking mechanism that holds the arm in place. When the patient moves, the arm moves with them, keeping the implant stationary.
How does the SOPLC Internal Fixation system work?
The SOPLC Internal Fixation system features a sliding-on pivot locking mechanism that quickly and securely attaches the spinal cord stimulator to the skull. The system is designed to reduce the risk of dislodgement and accidental removal, allowing for uninterrupted therapy delivery. The locking mechanism is activated by pressing a button on the stimulator, which slides along a rail onto the protrusion on the skull (the fixation point). Once in position, the button is held in place by a spring-loaded arm, preventing it from being accidentally released.
The SOPLC Internal Fixation system is a versatile and efficient way to keep your implants in place. The system uses a sliding-on pivot locking mechanism that securely attaches the implant to the bone. This ensures that your implant remains in place, regardless of movement or trauma.
How to fix a SOPLC Internal Fixation system that is sliding on a pivot locking
Fixing a SOPLC Internal Fixation system that is sliding on a pivot locking can be difficult and time-consuming. There are several steps that need to be taken to fix the system:
1) Remove the screws that hold the fixation system in place. Be careful not to lose them!
2) Lift the fixation system off of the pivot locking mechanism. Make sure not to damage it in the process.
3) Clean any dirt or debris off of the pivot locking mechanism and fixation system.
4) Replace the screws that hold the fixation system in place, and replace the fixation system on top of the pivot locking mechanism.
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