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The Pibbs PB1045 Martino Manicure Table is a stylish and professional manicure table that will add contemporary elegance to any salon or spa. Choose from 4 rich wood finish options, as well as 3 stone top colors and 3 handle colors to create the look that is just right for you! This modern nail table features a durable stone top, 6 spacious drawers for technician supplies, as well as an additional shelf storage space beneath the stone top to allow for quick access to frequently used tools. The smart design of this professional nail table allows for maximum storage, practical functionality, and a clutter-free environment without compromising any aesthetics. On the Martino Manicure Table each drawer is outfitted with full extension glides and luxurious brushed metal handles that are sure to impress. The Pibbs Martino Manicure Table will give your salon or spa that modern professional edge, and your customers are sure to love it too!
Always remember to check that both sides of the table can accommodate a chair. This will make it a lot easier to work on someone sitting right across you. Avoid tables that have a support piece or are closed at the opposite end you want something that is open at both ends.
The normal manicure tables you get tend to be flimsy and weak. That is why I rather recommend a normal computer desk that can be used for a manicure table instead. A lot more sturdy and a lot larger so you have enough space to do your work and a bit extra. The simplistic design will let it fit in with the most modern designs and will look good in any salon.
From Keller International comes a manicure table that is both easy to move and space-saving! The unique design of the Zara Portable Manicure Table allows for smooth portability as well as easy storing.
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Recently, a new, shorter IM nail using two 6 mm reconstruction screws for proximal fixation was introduced in two versions for femoral insertion: piriformis fossa (FAN) and greater trochanter (TAN). These nails were compared experimentally for their fixation stability, proximal load transmission, and failure strength in an unstable intertrochanteric fracture model in cadaveric femurs. Vertical and axial loads were first applied to the intact femurs. Fractures were created, subsequent fixation applied, and the femurs underwent a series of both vertical and axial loading tests. There was no significant difference in strain readings between the nails for either axial loading or cyclical loading. There was no statistically significant difference between the loads to failure for the trochanteric nails and the standard antegrade nails. The average ultimate load for the FAN and TAN nails were 3010 N and 2830 N respectively. These two nails performed very similarly throughout our testing
Standard intramedullary (IM) nails are usually used for subtrochanteric and more distal femoral fractures; shorter IM nails such as the Gamma (Stryker, Howmedica-Osteonics, Rutherford, NJ), and IMHS (Smith & Nephew, Memphis, TN) are used for more proximal fractures. The former usually rely on two 6 mm to 7 mm proximal fixation screws in the femoral head and neck; the latter, on a large single screw similar to the sliding hip screw.
For the shorter nails, there are two types of proximal screw configuration available. For nails inserted into the piriformis fossa, two proximal locking screws are used for fixation of the head and neck. For nails inserted into the greater trochanter, one large lag screw is used for fixation in the head and neck. When comparing these two types of nails, it is unclear whether the insertion point or the type of proximal fixation is primarily responsible for any differences. 59ce067264