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Ogden™ Soft Tissue Anchor System, Non-Sterile

ProductsOgden™ Soft Tissue Anchor System, Non-Sterile
Company USS Sports Medicine
Item Ogden™ Soft Tissue Anchor System, Non-Sterile
Features 
  • Cancellous threaded design
  • Self-Tapping
  • Description The USS Sports Medicine™ Ogden™ Non-Sterile Anchor is a nonabsorbable repair device to attach soft tissue to bone using sutures. The device is implanted into a prepared hole in the bone and is used to reattach damaged soft tissue. The anchors are manufactured from Titanium (6A14V ELI) alloy which conforms to ASTM (F136-92). The anchors are coated with Titanium Nitride (TiN) which conforms to (SAE AMS 2444). SUTURES Ogden Non-Sterile Anchors are indicated for use with multiple USP suture sizes. Selection of suture size should be based upon Anchor size, intended use and tensile strength requirements.
    Info USS Sports Medicine
    Customer Service: (800) 423-8772
    Web site: http://www.tycohealthcare.com

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