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Core Essence Receives FDA Approval for SECURUS(TM), an Innovative Knotless Suture Anchor System

YARDLEY, Pa., April 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Core Essence Orthopaedics, Inc., a medical device company focused on soft tissue and skeletal repair of the extremities, today announced that it has received 510(k) regulatory approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for SECURUS(TM), a novel knotle...
Knotless in Medical Products

UltraFix® Knotless MiniMite®

Description: The Linvatec 5mm Super Revo Suture Anchor offers a simple and reproducible technique for arthroscopic or a mini-open rotator cuff repair. The cutting tip requires no pre-drilling and the anchor is pre-threaded with two #2 strands of braided polyester suture. The potential pitfalls of suture managem...
Company:Linvatec Corporation (now ConMed)

Corkscrew™ Parachute Tissue Anchor

Description:... The Corkscrew Parachute Tissue Anchor allows one step fixation of soft tissue to bone. This implant is ideal for arthroscopic knotless rotator cuff repair in one simple insertion maneuver. The titanium suture anchor has an outside thread diameter of 5 mm and a small 2 mm core diameter...
Company:Arthrex

Knotless Anchor and Instrumentation

Description:... The knotless Anchor, a titanium alloy implant, is used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The knotless Anchor is indicated for open and arthroscopic Bankart repairs....
Company:Ethicon, Inc.
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