Used in a number of medical fields: bone screws specifically used in orthopaedic and spinal surgery.
Bone screws: Designed with smaller spacing and more threads. The thread diameter is small compared with the core diameter. As the name implies, bone screws are used in exoskeleton: also known as dense bones, which are the outer surface of the bones that form a protective layer around the inner cavity. It accounts for about 80% of the bones and is extremely important for the body’s struts and load bearings, and is highly resistant to bending and twisting. There will also be special bone screws that will be applied to other special bone sites.
Materials used: Titanium, stainless steel or bio-absorbable composites that do not produce rejection in bone healing.