• Procedure/Product Pages (8)
    • Elbow 0 small
      • Driving innovation with the latest technological products and procedures to treat a variety of elbow conditions.
    • Elbow limb positioner 0 small
      • The Arthrex line of limb positioners provides safe, effective, and easy positioning.
    • Elbow instrument sets 0 small
      • Arthrex offers a variety of elbow instrument sets designed to provide the surgeon with surgical options for open or arthroscopic elbow procedures.
    • Triceps repair 0 small
      • Partial tears of the triceps tendon or complete ruptures typically occur in a traumatic fall onto the arm or in players who participate in sports such as weight lifting and football. These tears are rare in the general population, but factors such as steroid use, metabolic disorders and olecranon bursitis can increase the risk of this injury. …
    • Triceps technique 0 small
      • A modified SpeedBridge™ construct, with multiple suture passes and knotless SwiveLock® anchors laterally, provides a strong repair that may be applied in many tendon repair indications. An alternate repair technique is the use of whip stitches for the tendon that are passed through two small transosseous tunnels. The sutures are …
    • Elbow trimano arm holder 0 small
      • The TRIMANO FORTIS support arm acts as an additional surgical assistant by securely and safely holding the patient’s arm in any desired position during arthroscopic or open elbow surgery. The compact and lightweight device is easily attached to any OR table Clark rail and is ready for immediate use. The patient’s arm can be …
    • Ucl internalbrace ligament repair 0 small
      • The InternalBrace™ ligament augmentation procedure with SwiveLock® anchors and FiberTape® suture is a reasonable alternative that may eliminate secondary hardware removal and provide a more attractive solution for patient comfort and overall cosmesis. The InternalBrace surgical technique is intended only to augment the primary …
    • Ucl repair 0 small
      • Young overhead athletes who sustain an injury to their medial ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) complex, isolated to the proximal or distal end of the ligament and without chronic attritional damage, may benefit from a repair rather than a reconstruction procedure.1 Reference 1. Walters BL, Cain EL, Emblom BA, Frantz JT, Dugas JR. Ulnar …
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