The Knotless 1.8 FiberTak® soft anchor is the latest in knotless tensionable technology for instability. This design combines trusted knotlesstechnology with the latest in suture innovation. The updates help improve implant insertion, help improve handling characteristics, and provide premium instrumentation with additional stability.
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. This knotless repair creates a quick, secure construct in as few as three suture-passing steps. The small size of the 2.6 FiberTak RC anchors allows for three points of medial-row fixation where previously only two fixation points could be achieved. Knotless 2.6 FiberTak RC anchors are adaptable and can conform to traditional repair techniques while providing the additional benefits of tensionable knotless technology for incorporating biologics or increasing medial-row compression.
The tensionable Knotless FiberTak soft anchor combines the benefits of soft anchors with knotless soft-tissue fixation. Curved- and straight-guide delivery systems are available with 1.8 mm drills, making this the smallest knotless anchor on the market.
The TensionTight™ button is used to perform a knotless onlay biceps tenodesis with an arthroscopic suprapectoral or open subpectoral approach. A locking jaw in the button allows for a knotless biceps tenodesis. Securing the biceps tendon repair with a Loop 'N' Tack™ stitch enables an all-arthroscopic suprapectoral onlay tenodesis.
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. Reference 1. Arthrex, Inc. Data on file (APT 3197). Naples, FL; 2017.