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Regular Fixation Staples

ProductsRegular Fixation Staples
Company Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Orthopedics
Item Regular Fixation Staples
  • Tapered legs wedge into bone
  • Serrations that project from the legs (rather than being cut into them) lock into hard bone and decrease chances of staple back-out
  • Underside spikes "tack down" rather than press down, allowing better fixation of soft tissue and reducing the chances of necrosis
  • Our patented driving mechanism locks onto each staple to help prevent slippage
  • Description Regular fixation staples are especially useful in fixing soft tissue to bone, including anterior cruciate reconstruction. They also are useful for fragment fixation, tendon and ligament repair and in controlling bone growth. Four sizes are available, in regular and short lengths, with or without spikes.
    Info Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Orthopedics
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