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    • Fiberstitch all inside meniscal repair technique 0 small
      • The FiberStitch implant is an innovative all-inside meniscal repair system that replaces hard PEEK implants with soft suture sheaths. 2-0 FiberWire® suture and a pretied knot provide secure arthroscopic all-suture meniscus repair. The ergonomic handle is designed for single-handed implant delivery and active implant deployment technology …
    • Fiberstitch implant 0 small
      • The FiberStitch implant is an innovative all-inside meniscal repair system that replaces hard PEEK implants with soft suture sheaths. 2-0 FiberWire® suture and a pretied knot provide secure arthroscopic all-suture meniscus repair. The ergonomic handle is designed for single-handed implant delivery and active implant deployment technology …
    • Meniscal cinch ii system 0 small
      • The Meniscal Cinch II technique offers a linear deployment mechanism to provide ergonomic handling and simplicity. The low-profile cannula allows flexibility in tight locations in the knee and the crimped cannula supports active implant deployment. The 1 mm × 5 mm PEEK implants are secured by 2-0 coreless FiberWire® suture with a …
    • Meniscal cinch 0 small
      • The Meniscal Cinch implant allows surgeons to consistently repair meniscus tears with an all-inside arthroscopic technique, eliminating the need for accessory incisions required for traditional inside/out techniques that often result in additional morbidity. The low-profile PEEK implants are loaded with a pretied 2-0 FiberWire® suture …
    • Meniscus ramp lasso 0 small
      • Ramp lesions, which are commonly associated with ACL injuries and are often misdiagnosed,1 disrupt the meniscotibial ligament and the posteromedial meniscus in the meniscocapsular zone. Disruption of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus could lead to excessive forces within the knee joint and surrounding structures.The QuickPass™ …
    • Meniscal ramp lesion repair 0 small
      • Ramp lesions, which are commonly associated with ACL injuries and are often misdiagnosed,1 disrupt the meniscotibial ligament and the posteromedial meniscus in the meniscocapsular zone. Disruption of the posterior horn of the medial meniscus could lead to excessive forces within the knee joint and surrounding structures.The QuickPass™ …