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ProductsBioROC EZ Fasteners and Instrumentation
Company Ethicon, Inc.
Item BioROC EZ Fasteners and Instrumentation
Features 
  • Absorbable L-PLA material is radiolucent and easily revisable.
  • Sub-cortical deployment eliminates impingement.
  • 360 degree radial osteo compression affords high strength with small drill hole size.
  • Description The Mitek BioROC EZ fasteners are PLA implants used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The BioROC EZ uses Radial Osteo Compression (ROC) design for superior fixation strength. The PLA material absorbs through natural body processes.
    Info Ethicon, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 4-ETHICON

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