1. Ease of installation
2. Conforms perfectly to the shape of fractured bone. As a type of anatomic instrument, the interlocking nail has beveled sides to facilitate its placement into the anatomic site. The intramedullary nailing system also allows a 5° range of motion, which makes it easier to insert the nail from the top part of the great trochanter in femoral fracture repair surgery.
3. Ideal load distribution. The groove at the flexible tip of the nail allows easier penetration into the fractured bone, avoiding localized stress at the distal end of the nail.