• Pre-angled proximal holes for 2.8 mm lag screws
  • Oblong holes to adjust the plate (2.8 mm cortical screws)
  • 0.5 mm bar thickness
  • Screw holes for 2.8 mm TriLock locking or cortical screws
  • 1.6 mm K-wire holes


  • Low implant profile reduces soft tissue irritation
  • Solid anchoring using screws reduces the risk of explantation
  • Controlled and uniform compression of the fracture area
  • Primary fixation of the fracture using lag screws is more stable than K-wires
  • Solid anchoring, even in osteoporotic bones


Orange: APTUS 2.8

APTUS® Elbow

The elbow is a complex joint with several articulating surfaces where the humerus, the radius and the ulna meet. Stability is achieved by a high number of ligaments and muscles attaching at the elbow. Fractures caused by direct or indirect trauma are quite frequent and often intra-articular. They may involve several bones and are frequently associated with ligamental injuries. In these cases, the restoration of the initial function of the articulation is very challenging.

Because the elbow has a strong tendency to stiffen after injury, early mobilisation is paramount. This can often only be achieved by open reduction and internal fixation. Medartis is developing a comprehensive range of plates, carefully matched to the complex anatomy of the elbow. These implants take advantage of Medartis' innovative TriLock technology providing multidirectional angular stability, which is beneficial for the treatment of intra-articular fractures of the elbow.


Product Information Elbow System 2.0, 2.8 (Non-USA) Surgical Technique – Step by Step Elbow System 2.0, 2.8 (Non-USA) Whitepaper Elbow