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    • Distal biceps button 0 small
      • Achieve a simple, reproducible repair of the distal biceps with the BicepsButton implant systems and associated tension-slide technique. Using a titanium BicepsButton implant, this technique reliably seats the tendon against the far cortex of the bone socket to maximize the surface area for tendon-to-bone healing. A tenodesis screw adds to the …
    • Birmingham biceps technique 0 small
      • The Birmingham Biceps technique for subpectoral tenodesis was developed in conjunction with Drs. Lyle Cain, Jeff Dugas and Benton Emblom from the Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center. The technique was designed to minimize the potential for postoperative humeral fractures by placing a small 5.5 mm PEEK …
    • Fibertak button shoulder 0 small
      • The FiberTak button is an all-suture button that can be used in lieu of traditional metal buttons for both bicortical and unicortical tension slide tenodesis techniques. The button is a reinforced 2.6 mm diameter sheath preloaded with two 2-0 FiberLink™ sutures that are used to shuttle the whipstitch limbs through the sheath. Features …
    • Fibertak button tenodesis technique 0 small
      • Use the all-suture FiberTak button in lieu of traditional metal buttons for both bicortical and unicortical tension-slide techniques. Its 2.6 mm-diameter sheath is preloaded with 2-0 FiberLink™ sutures that are used to shuttle the whipstitch limbs through the sheath. Features and Benefits - Button-first technique helps eliminate need to …
    • Loop n tack knotless biceps tenodesis technique 0 small
      • 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 the 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 …
    • Loop n tack tenodesis implant system 0 small
      • 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 …
    • Swivelock biceps technique 0 small
      • The family of SwiveLock tenodesis implants is designed to support a multitude of proximal biceps tenodesis techniques and maximize OR efficiency. Implants are available with suture eyelets or closed eyelets for surgeons who prefer a whipstitching technique. Forked eyelets are also available for an all-arthroscopic approach. There is no need to …
    • Tenodesis procedure 0 small
      • Biceps tenodesis involves detaching the LHB from the superior labrum in the shoulder joint and reattaching it to the humerus. This procedure is more complex than a tenotomy, but avoids the risks of biceps deformity and weakness. Tenodesis is preferable for more active patients. Using the newest surgical techniques and implants …
    • Tenodesis technique 0 small
      • The Bio-Tenodesis Screw System was designed specifically for the reattachment of soft tissue, both ligament and tendon, to bone. The Bio-Tenodesis Driver facilitates accurate graft tensioning into a bony socket in a simple “push-in” method. The interference fit provided by the Tenodesis Screw and FiberWire …
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