Knotless 1.8 FiberTak<sup>®</sup> Soft Anchor

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Knotless 1.8 FiberTak® Soft Anchor

The Knotless 1.8 FiberTak® soft anchor, Gen2 is the latest in knotless tensionable technology for instability. This design combines trusted knotless technology with the latest in suture innovation. The updates help improve implant insertion, help improve handling characteristics, and provide premium instrumentation with additional stability.

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FiberTape<sup>®</sup> Cerclage Technique

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FiberTape® Cerclage Technique

FiberTape® cerclage is a strong, simple, and reproducibly effective solution for replacing metal cables and wires traditionally used for fracture management. The low-profile, broad footprint of the FiberTape cerclage suture provides superior compression and ultimate load compared to traditional metal cables and wires.1 The system includes FiberTape and TigerTape™ cerclage sutures, a tensioner, an instrument tray, and various passing instruments.

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FiberTak® SpeedBridge™ Rotator Cuff Repair

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FiberTak® SpeedBridge™ Rotator Cuff Repair

As the next evolution of knotless rotator cuff repair, the FiberTak SpeedBridge™ technique is completed with 2.6 FiberTak RC soft anchors on the medial row and FiberTape® sutures fixated laterally with trusted SwiveLock® anchors.

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Knotless FiberTak<sup>®</sup> Soft Anchor

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Knotless FiberTak® Soft Anchor

Knotless FiberTak soft anchors combine the benefits of all-suture anchors with knotless soft-tissue fixation. A tensionable, suture-locking mechanism allows users to control the repair tension under direct visualization.

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Loop 'N' Tack™ Tenodesis Implant System

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Loop 'N' Tack™ Tenodesis Implant System

Developed in conjunction with Sam Akhavan, MD (Pittsburgh, PA), and James M. Paci, MD (Long Island, NY), this knotless biceps tenodesis technique is a simple approach to top-of-the-groove arthroscopic biceps tenodesis using the Loop 'N' Tack stitch configuration. For surgeons who want to transition from tenotomy to a quick arthroscopic technique, it is an excellent option for using existing portal placement while viewing familiar anatomy. This straightforward surgical approach helps minimize the potential for cramping or cosmetic "Popeye" deformity, which is often associated with tenotomy.1

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