Project Description

Memory Staple

A body heat-activated staple for continuous compression.

System Overview

The BioPro Memory Staple is a nitinol memory-alloy staple designed to provide fast and stable fixation in a variety of procedures. The staple provides dynamic compression designed to facilitate bone healing.1

Clinical Benefits

Dynamic Compression

Generates dynamic compressive forces that increase over time which allows the staple to adapt to changes in joint, fracture, or osteotomy site due to resorption, movement, or bone remodeling.1 Our unique S-bridge design ensures even compression across the fusion site.

Reduce Time and Cost

Easy to use instrumentation for fast and direct visual insertion may reduce procedure time. Convenient reusable kits reduce procedure costs compared to expensive disposable instrumentation.

Versatile Design and Implantation

17 standard sizes with varying bridge widths, leg lengths, and wire sizes, allowing fixation in most hand or foot procedures. Body-heat activated design offers delayed compression, ensuring proper seating and positioning of the staple prior to compression.

Staple Sizes

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    Resources

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    Memory Staple Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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    Memory Staple BrochureBrochure

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    Memory Staple 510k510k

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    Memory Staple IFU (English)IFU

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    Memory Staple IFU (Canadian French)IFU

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    Memory Staple Value Analysis Resource GuideValue Analysis Guide

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    1. T.J. Chang and B.D. Overley, “An In Vitro Comparative Study of Screw and Nitinol Staple Compression: A Model Showing Active ‘Dynamic’ Compression,” Presented at the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons 65th Annual Scientific Conference, Orlando, FL, March 2007.