DCS Plate 95˚, Barrel Length 25 mm

Indications
The DCS is indicated for the following fracture of the distal femur
Intercondylar fractures*
Supracondylar fractures*
Unicondylar fractures*
 The following anatomic conditions should exist
 4 cm of distal femur should remain intact to provide support for the implant
A distal portion of the medial condyle should be intact for the DHS/DCS lag screw to gain good purchase.
If these conditions do not exist, LCP distal femur plate should be considered.
The DCS is indicated for the following fractures of the proximal femur:
 Transverse subtrochanteric fractures**
 Short oblique subtrochanteric fractures**
 Long oblique subtrochanteric fractures**
** With the lesser trochanter avulsed or on the distal fragment (femoral shaft)
Contraindications DCS
Pertrochanteric fractures or trochanteric fractures with
Subtrochanteric expansion