The PushLock anchor is designed for simple and secure arthroscopic glenohumeral joint instability repair. The knotless technique saves valuable time and eliminates the possibility of knot impingement. The “suture first” technique allows surgeons to independently pass suture through a desired amount of tissue prior to anchor implantation. Multiple suture configurations, including simple, cinch, and mattress stitches, can be accomplished with FiberWire®, FiberLink®, FiberStick™, SutureTape, or LabralTape™ sutures using the Labral Scorpion™ or QuickPass™ SutureLasso™ suture passers. Tissue tension can be visualized and adjusted, if necessary, prior to final anchor implantation.
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