ACL Reconstruction with Suspensory Fixation

Surgical Technique

Patients that have sustained an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, often a sports-related injury, may require surgery to reconstruct the ACL. In this procedure, a graft, either from the patient or from a donor, is used to replace the torn ligament. There are many possible methods for fixation of the graft. Suspensory fixation offers excellent fixation strength while allowing for maximum interface between the graft and the bone tunnel.

Suspensory fixation is commonly used on the femur in combination with an interference device on the tibial side, or can be used to fixate the graft on both the femur and the tibia.



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This material provides information regarding how to use CONMED medical devices and instruments in surgical procedures.  Although reviewed by physicians it is not medical advice and each surgeon should use their own professional judgment before using to treat a particular patient.  Surgeons should be trained in the use of such devices before surgery and should always refer to the product labeling including the Instructions for Use before using any medical device.

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