An intramedullary nail is a metal rod used for fractures of long bones, where the rod is driven through the centre part of the bones to hold them in good alignment so that they can heal properly.

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Safe surgical technique: intramedullary nail fixation of tibial shaft fractures. Zelle BA and Boni G. Patient Saf Surg. 2015; 9: 40.


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