MetaFix™ OpenWedge - Merete USA
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About surgical techniques:
Proper surgical procedures and techniques are the responsibility of the medical professional. The guidelines contained herein are furnished for information purposes only. Each surgeon must evaluate the appropriateness of the procedures based on his or her personal medical training and experience. Prior to use of any Merete systems, the surgeon should refer to the product package insert for complete warnings, precautions, indications, contraindications and adverse effects. Package inserts are also available by contacting Merete Technologies, Inc.

About E-IFUs:
If you have any further questions about the sterilization processes after reading our instructions, contact us at 630-869-1091 or

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MetaFix™ OpenWedge

The MetaFix® OpenWedge locking plates are uniquely designed with an open trapezoid block to either house grafts or facilitates bony ingrowth while it supports the osteotomy surfaces post-operatively to decrease stress on the lateral cortex.

Technical Specifications
  • The Plate and screws made of titanium alloy (Ti6AI4V ELI, ISO 5832-3, ASTM F136)
  • Low Profile, anatomically formed plates for left and right feet
  • Fixated with 3.0 mm and 3.5 mm MetaFix™ LS locking screws
  • Plate includes K-wire holes to facilitate temporary fixation for locking screw insertion
  • Low-profile plate
  • Anatomically shaped plate
  • High strength and stability due to the plate design with the locking screws
  • Use of Standard MetaFix® LS locking Screws 3.0 mm and 3.5 mm
  • Available with wedge sizes of 0, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 mm

Fixation of fresh fractures, revision procedures, joint fusion, and reconstruction of small bones of the hand, feet, wrist, ankles, fingers, and toes.

Closing Wedge, Cresentric Osteotomy, Opening Wedge