"Fibula Raspatory" for Harvesting of Fibular Transplants

Development partner Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. Samer Hakim

Fibular transplants can be used when performing surgical reconstruction of the mandible after ablative resection or partial resection. In order to remove these transplants from the Fibula in a quick and safe manner the Hakim designed Fibula Raspatory is utilized.

  • The distal end of the instrument can be used as a raspatory
  • The surgeon can directly encompass the fibula at the site of osteotomy without the need for additional tools
  • The attached “wings” work as a retractor for the peroneal muscle, which is located directly lateral to the osteotomy site and which usually compromises sight and the safety of the osteotomy
  • Because of its unique features the "Fibula Raspatory" can replace the assistant during surgery
  • Allows a quick and controlled exposure of the Fibula. Additionally it provides protection to the surrounding soft tissue at the osteotomy site
  • The central groove on the concave side provides a guide for the saw blade, which facilitates a safe osteotomy

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