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  • Procedure/Product Pages (4)
    • Instability repair 0 small
      • After an acute glenohumeral dislocation, the glenoid labrum and the ligaments attached to it may avulse from their bony attachments. Alternatively, in cases of chronic instability/MDI, the labrum and surrounding ligaments may be stretched to the point where they no longer support the glenohumeral joint. SLAP tears resulting in chronic pain and …
    • Knotless instability repair 0 small
      • The knotless SutureTak®, PushLock® and SwiveLock® anchors are knotless suture anchors designed for arthroscopic glenohumeral joint instability and SLAP repair. The knotless SutureTak anchor is inserted through a guide. The suture is passed through the labrum and then it is passed through the locking mechanism and sequentially …
    • Pushlock technique 0 small
      • 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. This suture-first technique allows surgeons to independently pass suture through a desired amount of tissue prior to anchor implantation. Multiple …
    • Suturetak technique 0 small
      • SutureTak anchors are available in a variety of sizes, materials, and suture options. Biocomposite anchor options contain a molded-in suture to reinforce the strength of the anchor and suture eyelet. The nonabsorable PEEK SutureTak anchor has a material eyelet that provides superior abrasion resistance due to PEEK’s low coefficient of …
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