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1. WO2018122641 - INTRAMEDULLARY CANNULATED GUIDE FOR FRACTURE REDUCTION WITH ENDOSCOPIC CAMERA

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CLAIMS

INTRAMEDULLARY CANNULATED GUIDE FOR FRACTURE REDUCTION WITH ENDOSCOPIC CAMERA

1. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction which consists of a flexible, unbreakable and cannulated shaft having length from 20 to 120 centimeters, internal diameter from 2 to 9,5 millimeters, external diameter from 3 to 10,5 millimeters and a T-handle with a hole in the upper surface, and is characterized in that, at its edge, it bears a camera having diameter from 1,5 to 8,5 millimeters, with a lighting source.

2. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the first claim, and is characterized in that the camera is detachable from the cannulated guide for fracture reduction.

3. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that the shaft of the guide is modular.

4. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that its edge is blunt, smooth and non- traumatic.

5. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that the shaft of the guide is made of radiant material at least at its edge.

6. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that its shaft bears graduated points for measuring the length of the bone canal.

7. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that the intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction has an output fluid spout, through which the fluids that the intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction encounters, during its passing through in the bone canal, are being sucked out and outflow through the gap which is formed between the shaft of the camera and the inner cortex of the intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction.

8. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that it bears an input fluid spout for washing the glass of the camera, through which a washing fluid inflows through the gap which is formed between the shaft of the camera and the inner cortex of the intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction.

9. Intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, as described in the previous claims, and is characterized in that it bears a sealing flange with a slot/spout at its transverse axis, on the upper side of the shaft of the intramedullary cannulated guide for fracture reduction, at the point of contact with the T-handle.