Numerous fixation options to suit any approach
Patients that have sustained an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, which is often a sports-related injury, may require surgery to reconstruct the ACL. In this procedure, a graft from the patient or from a donor is used to replace the torn ligament. Suspensory or aperture fixation may be used to fixate the graft in place.
CONMED's suspensory fixation options are highlighted by the Infinity™ Femoral Adjustable Loop Button, which has no minimum loop length and a dual locking mechanism. The Infinity™ Modular Guide System was designed for maximum ease of use.
Infinity™ Femoral Adjustable Loop Button
The world’s first1 adjustable, reversible loop button for femoral fixation
Strengthen your repair, facilitate healing
Infinity™ Anteromedial Guide
Designed for a straight anatomic approach with left or right orientations and multiple sizes
Infinity™ Modular Guide System
An all-in-one system that can accommodate multiple techniques and procedures
Constant Diameter Reamers
Designed for quick and efficient bone removal during arthroscopic knee procedures
GENESYS™ Matryx® Interference Screws
An optimal combination of biologic healing2 and mechanical integrity
ExoShape® Femoral Soft Tissue Fastener
Expandable Block Lock provides graft compression and aperture fixation
ExoShape® Tibial Soft Tissue Fastener
“Closed force loop” eliminates unwanted graft laxity
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1 Based on 2021 market analysis
2 Biologic Healing is defined by CONMED as the body’s natural healing process.