3-Point Shoulder Distraction System

This versatile system provides safe, effective, and easy positioning of the shoulder during all types of arthroscopic or open shoulder surgery performed in the lateral decubitus position. The arm is placed in a shoulder traction and rotation (STaR) sleeve and then connected to the 3-Point Shoulder Traction Tower. Three-point traction with a lateral strap permits ideal shoulder positioning for improved access to the glenohumeral joint. During more routine arthroscopic procedures, single-point traction may be selected at any desired angle of abduction by transferring weights to the third traction cable. The 3-Point Shoulder Distraction System attaches easily to standard OR table clark rails and has color-coded cable ends for easy identification when transferring traction weights.

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This versatile system provides safe, effective, and easy positioning of the shoulder during all types of arthroscopic or open shoulder surgery performed in the lateral decubitus position. The arm is placed in a shoulder traction and rotation (STaR) sleeve and then connected to the 3-Point Shoulder Traction Tower. Three-point traction with a lateral strap permits ideal shoulder positioning for improved access to the glenohumeral joint. During more routine arthroscopic procedures, single-point traction may be selected at any desired angle of abduction by transferring weights to the third traction cable. The 3-Point Shoulder Distraction System attaches easily to standard OR table clark rails and has color-coded cable ends for easy identification when transferring traction weights.

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Surgical Technique Videos (1)

Arthrex 3-Point Shoulder Distraction System & S.T.a.R.™ Sleeve
Stephen J. Snyder, MD
13:57 | English | 05/17/2000 | VCD-1041 A

Catalogs (2)

Schulter und Ellenbogen
German | 04/16/2020 | LB2-0220-DE AB

Presentation Videos (1)

First-Time Anterior Dislocators: What to Do and How to Do it
Jim Bradley, MD
18:55 | English | 06/24/2013 | VPT1-0003-EN A