Cannulated Compression Screws

2021-06-15T18:41:29+00:00

Cannulated Compression Screw Systems 

System Overview

Go-EZ™ Headed Cannulated Compression Screws and HBS® Headless Cannulated Compression Screws are manufactured from implant-grade Titanium and available in multiple diameters and lengths.

Clinical Benefits

Sterile Packaged

Each screw is individually sterile packed and housed in a protective blister to protect screw threads. This ensures sharp-cutting teeth and improves traceability for hospital and patient records.

Unique Cutting Tips

Self-drilling + self-tapping cutting tips for effortless screw advancement.

Various Styles and Sizes

Go-EZ Headed Cannulated Screw System is available in 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and 6.5mm diameters. HBS Headless Cannulated Screw System is available in 2.5 and 3.0mm diameters with a new 3.0mm fully threaded version.

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    Implant Options

    Go-EZ Headed Cannulated Screws

    Diameter Lengths Feature
    2.0mm 6-50mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    2.5mm 6-50mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    3.0mm 6-40mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    3.5mm 6-50mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    4.0mm 6-50mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    4.5mm 6-50mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    6.5mm 30-40mm (2mm Increments)

    45-120 (5mm Increments)

    Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping

    HBS Headless Cannulated Screws

    Diameter Lengths Feature
    2.5mm 10-40mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    3.0mm 10-40mm (2mm Increments) Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping
    2.5mm 10-30mm (1mm Increments) Self-Tapping
    3.0mm 10-30mm (1mm Increments) Self-Tapping
    3.0mm 10-30mm (2mm Increments) Fully Threaded Self-Drilling + Self-Tapping

    Resources

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    Go-EZ Cannulated Screw IFU (English)IFU

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    Cannulated Compression Screw BrochureBrochure

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    Cannulated Compression Screw Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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    Metacarpal Fracture Intramedullary Fixation with BioPro HBS Headless Cannulated ScrewsCase Study

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    HBS Cannulated Screw 510k510k

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    Go-EZ Cannulated Screw 510k510k

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    HBS Cannulated Screw IFU (Canadian French)IFU

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    MPJ Hemi Implants

    2021-06-15T18:34:24+00:00

    BioPro® MPJ Hemi Implants

    Successfully treating Hallux Rigidus since 1952.1

    System Overview

    The most comprehensive phalangeal based Hemi implant system available on the market today. BioPro Hemi Implants are simple to implant, remove the minimum amount of bone possible, and preserve the anatomy of the toe. The implants are an excellent alternative to arthrodesis, offering patients pain relief and motion.2

    Clinical Benefits

    Reproducible Results

    The BioPro First MPJ Hemi Implant has over 65 years of clinical use with studies on average, reporting 95%+ implant survivorship.1-12 Simple instrumentation helps ensure consistent, reproducible results.

    Satisfied Patients

    Recent studies report 97% satisfaction at 8.3 years. In addition to maintaining motion, the implant allows for immediate weight bearing at the discretion of the surgeon allowing the patient to return to activity on average 5 weeks faster than fusion patients. 2

    Revision Options

    In the right patient, our implants have been proven to last 20+ years.3 If complications do arise, studies show conversion from a failed hallux phalangeal hemiarthroplasty to arthrodesis have similar success rates to primary arthrodesis.4

    Choose Your Implant

    STANDARD (NPC)

    OVERVIEW
    Ideal for good quality bone
    PROFILE
    2.5mm
    MATERIAL
    Cobalt Chrome or Titanium
    SIZES
    5

    POROUS COATED (PC)

    OVERVIEW
    Improved biological fixation
    PROFILE
    2.5mm + 1mm coating
    MATERIAL
    Cobalt Chrome or Titanium
    SIZES
    5

    HEMIEDGE™

    OVERVIEW
    Reduced chance of overgrowth, migration, or implant subsidence
    PROFILE
    2.5mm + 1mm edge
    MATERIAL
    Cobalt Chrome
    SIZES
    5

    LESSER

    OVERVIEW
    Designed for digits 2-5
    PROFILE
    2.0mm
    MATERIAL
    Cobalt Chrome
    SIZES
    9

    Contact BioPro Today 

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      Resources

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      First MPJ Hemi Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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      First MPJ Hemi BrochureBrochure

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      Perspective on MPJ implant arthroplastyBrochure

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      Cartiva RevisionCase Study

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      A metallic hemiarthroplasty resurfacing prosthesis for the hallux metatarsophalangeal jointPublication

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      Long-Term Results of Hemiarthroplasty Compared With Arthrodesis for Osteoarthritis of the First Metatarsophalangeal JointPublication

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      HemiEDGE BrochureBrochure

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      HemiEDGE Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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      MPJ Hemi 510k510k

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      MPJ Hemi IFU (Multi Language)IFU

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      HemiEDGE 510k510k

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      HemiEDGE Case StudyCase Study

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      Lesser MPJ Hemi BrochureBrochure

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      Lesser MPJ Hemi Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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      Treatment of Freiberg’s Infraction with the Titanium Hemi-implantPublication

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      Metallic hemiarthroplasty for the treatment of end-stage hallux rigidus: mid-term implant survival, functional outcome and cost analysisPublication

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      Operative Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint: Arthrodesis Versus HemiarthroplastyPublication

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      Short-Term Clinical Outcome of Hemiarthroplasty Versus Arthrodesis for End-Stage Hallux RigidusPublication

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      A retrospective cohort study of the BioPro hemiarthroplasty prosthesisPublication

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      First metatarsophalangeal hemiarthroplasty for hallux rigidusPublication

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      A prospective investigation of the BioPro hemi-arthroplasty for the first metatarsophalangeal jointPublication

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      First Metatarsophalangeal Hemiarthroplasty for Grade III and IV Hallux RigidusPublication

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      Contemporary Approaches to Stage II and III Hallux Rigidus: The Role of Metallic Hemiarthroplasty of the Proximal PhalanxPublication

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      BioPro resurfacing endoprosthesis versus periarticular osteotomy for hallux rigidus: short-term follow-up and analysisPublication

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      Metallic proximal phalangeal hemiarthroplasty for hallux rigidusPublication

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      First MPJ Hemi IFU (Canadian French)IFU

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      Hemi Implant Sales SheetBrochure

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      1. Timothy Voskuijl, MD, Ron Onstenk, MD. Operative Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint: Arthrodesis Versus Hemiarthroplasty. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery xxx (2015) 1–4
      2. Karin H. Simons, MD, Pieter van der Woude, MD, Frank W.M. Faber, MD, PhD , Paulien M. van Kampen, PhD , Bregje J.W. Thomassen, PhD. Short-Term Clinical Outcome of Hemiarthroplasty Versus Arthrodesis for End-Stage Hallux Rigidus. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery xxx (2015) 1–4
      3. Giza E, Sullivan MR. First Metatarsophalangeal Hemiarthroplasty for Grade III and IV Hallux Rigidus Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery 4(1):10-17,2005
      4.  Clement, N. D., MacDonald, D., Dall, G. F., Ahmed, I., Duckworth, A. D., Shalaby, H. S., & McKinley, J. (2016). Metallic hemiarthroplasty for the treatment of end-stage hallux rigidus. Bone Joint J, 98-B(7), 945-951.
      5. Taranow, DO. et al. Contemporary Approaches to Stage II and III Hallux Rigidus: The Role of Metallic Hemiarthroplasty of the Proximal Phalanx. Foot and Ankle Clinics , Volume 10 , Issue 4 , 713 - 728
      6. Roukis TS, Townley, MD. BIOPRO resurfacing endoprosthesis versus periarticular osteotomy for hallux rigidus: short-term follow-up and analysis. Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery 2003;42(6):350-8
      7. Juan C. Goez, DPM, Charles O. Townley MD, Warren Taranow, DO. An Update on the Metallic Hemiarthroplasty Resurfacing Prosthesis for the Hallux. Presented at the 56th Annual Meeting and Scientific Seminar of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Orlando FL February 1998
      8. Charles G. Kissel, DPM, FACFAS, Zeeshan S. Husain, DPM AACFAS, Paul H. Wooley, PhD, Michael Kruger, MS, Mark A. Schumaker, DPM, Michael Sullivan, DPM, and Todd Snoeyink, DPM. A Prospective Investigation of the Biopro® Hemi-Arthroplasty for the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery 47(6):505–509, 2008
      9. Taranow, DO , Townley, MD. Metallic proximal phalangeal hemiarthroplasty for hallux rigidus. Operative Techniques in Orthopaedics 1999;9(1):33
      10. Townley, MD, Taranow, DO. A metallic hemiarthroplasty resurfacing prosthesis for the hallux metatarsophalangeal joint. Foot & Ankle International 1994;15(11):575-80
      11. Christine C. Salonga, DPM, David C. Novicki, DPM, FACFAS , Martin M. Pressman, DPM, FACFAS , D. Scot Malay, DPM, MSCE, FACFAS. A Retrospective Cohort Study of the BioPro Hemiarthroplasty Prosthesis. The Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery 49 (2010) 331–339
      12.  Giza, E., Sullivan, M., Ocel, D., Lundeen, G., Mitchell, M., & Frizzell, L. (2010). First metatarsophalangeal hemiarthroplasty for hallux rigidus. International Orthopaedics, 34(8), 1193–1198. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00264-010-1012-x 13. Garras, D. N., Durinka, J. B., Bercik, M., Miller, A. G., & Raikin, S. M. (2013). Conversion Arthrodesis for Failed First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Hemiarthroplasty. Foot & Ankle International, 34(9), 1227–1232.

      Tendon Anchor System

      2021-06-15T18:37:11+00:00

      Tendon Anchor System

      Soft tissue attachment simplified.

      System Overview

      The BioPro Tendon Anchor System (T.A.S.) is a toothed, titanium anchor designed for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The sutureless design simplifies soft tissue reattachment and allows for increased pull-out strength.1

      Clinical Benefits

      No Suture Required

      The screw + washer interface eliminates the most common mode of failure with traditional attachment methods; the tendon-suture interface.2 The self-drilling + self-tapping screw design allows for easy application, reducing overall procedure time.

      Improved Pull-Out Strength

      The anchors feature 2mm staggard teeth that engage multiple fiber bundles to provide ~3x pull-out strength of traditional suture anchors.1 The blunt teeth are designed not to penetrate bone, preventing tendon over compression.

      Low Profile

      The low profile design of the anchor features recessed screw holes, allowing the screw head to sit flush with the anchor, preventing implant prominence.

      Contact BioPro Today 

      Fill out the contact form to find your local sales representative. For immediate assistance or to schedule a surgery please contact us by phone or email.

      • +1-810-982-7777

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        Anchor Options

        One-Hole Anchor
        Dimensions
        10mm x 9.5mm
        Kit Contents
        (1) anchor, (1) holder, (1) 3.0x15mm screw, (1) 3.0x20mm screw, (1) screwdriver
        Two-Hole Anchor
        Dimensions
        26mm x 10mm
        Kit Contents
        (1) anchor, (1) Olive K-wire, (2) 3.0x15mm screw, (2) 3.0x20mm screw, (1) screwdriver

        Resources

        Kidner Procedure

        Haglunds Procedure

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        Tendon Anchor System BrochureBrochure

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        Tendon Anchor System Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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        Tendon Anchor System 510k510k

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        Bilateral Achilles Tendon Re-attachment with Two-Hole Tendon Anchor SystemCase Study

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        Tendon Anchor System: A promising new device in soft tissue attachment.White Paper

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        Tendon Anchor System IFU (English)IFU

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        Evaluation of a New Device for the Reattachment of the Achilles TendonWhite Paper

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        1. 1. Jill S. Kawalec-Carroll, PhD. Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. (2014). Evaluation of a New Device for the Reattachment of the Achilles Tendon. Unpublished raw data.
        2. 2. Mode of failure for rotator cuff repair with suture anchors identified at revision surgery. Cummins, Craig A. et al. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery , Volume 12 , Issue 2 , 128 - 133

        * BioPro Tendon Anchor System Clinical Evluation Report

        Effi+Pro

        2021-06-23T19:46:00+00:00

        Effi+Pro®

        System Overview

        The Effi+Pro® is a sterile packed, single-use device designed for manual compression and distraction during orthopedic procedures. With over 100mm of movement available, the Effi+Pro allows the surgeon to quickly switch from distraction to compression without changing or repositioning the device. The fine threaded design allows for incremental distraction and compression adjustment, ensuring proper positioning.

        Clinical Benefits

        • Compression and distraction without repositioning
        • Single use, sterile packages include 6 mounting pins 
        • 100mm of available distraction/compression
        • Fine thread design allows infinitely adjustable distraction or compression
        • Lightweight design

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          Resources

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          Effi+Pro BrochureBrochure

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          Effi+Pro IFU (English)IFU

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          Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide System

          2021-06-15T18:23:03+00:00

          Accu-Cut® Osteotomy Guide System

          Accurate and consistent hallux valgus correction.1

          System Overview

          The Accu-Cut® Osteotomy Guide System is a disposable, sterile packaged system that includes a guide, two universal saw blades, and two 0.045 double trocar K-wires. Guides are available for the most popular distal metatarsal osteotomies to address mild to moderate hallux valgus deformity.

          Clinical Benefits

          Precise Cuts

          Using an Accu-Cut Guide in conjunction with your preferred osteotomy ensures precision with all cuts for optimal bone contact and improved fusion success.1

          Sterile Packaged

          The sterile packed system provides the surgeon with everything needed to perform the desired osteotomy.

          Multiple Plane Correction

          Accu-Cut Guides allow surgeons to transpose the metatarsal head in multiple planes. Depending on the guide, surgeons can plantarflex, rotate and transpose laterally.

          Choose Your Guide

          STANDARD CHEVRON

          OVERVIEW
          55° angle cut for lateral transposition
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          1
          KIT CONTENTS
          (1) Guide, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          LONG-ARM CHEVRON

          OVERVIEW
          44° cut with long dorsal arm for lateral transposition
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          1
          KIT CONTENTS
          (1) Guide, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          YOUNGSWICK

          OVERVIEW
          Dorsal slots at 1mm, 2mm, or 3mm spacing to shorten and plantarflex with lateral transposition
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          3 (1, 2 or 3mm options with one guide per kit)
          KIT CONTENTS
          (1) Guide, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          SCARF

          OVERVIEW
          "Z" shaped guide with multiple slots for multiple plane correction
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          2 (short and long included in the kit)
          KIT CONTENTS
          (2) Guides, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          DMAA

          OVERVIEW
           Chevron guide, with a second dorsal slot, angled at 10°, that allows for lateral transposition plus rotation of the head
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          2 (left and right guides included in the kit)
          KIT CONTENTS
          (2) Guides, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          2-Stage

          OVERVIEW
          Two-stage system that starts with standard Chevron guide, then a 5°, 10°, or 15° cut for rotation along with lateral transposition
          GUIDE OPTIONS
          4 (all guides are included in the kit)
          KIT CONTENTS
          (4) Guides, (2) saw blades, (2) k-wires

          Contact BioPro Today 

          Fill out the contact form to find your local sales representative. For immediate assistance or to schedule a surgery please contact us by phone or email.

          • +1-810-982-7777

          • orders@bioproimplants.com

            Resources

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            Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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            Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide System BrochureBrochure

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            Evaluation of surgical experience and the use of an osteotomy guide on the apical angle of an Austin osteotomyPublication

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            Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide System IFU (English)IFU

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            Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide System IFU (Canadian French)IFU

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            Accu-Cut Osteotomy Guide Value Analysis GuideValue Analysis Guide

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            1. Hetherington VJ, Kawalec-Carroll JS, Melillo-Kroleski J, Jones T, Melillo M, McFarland N, Blazer M, Favazzo JA. Evaluation of surgical experience and the use of an osteotomy guide on the apical angle of an Austin osteotomy. Foot (Edinb). 2008 Sep;18(3):159-64. doi: 10.1016/j.foot.2008.01.008. Epub 2008 Apr 2. PMID: 20307431.

            Digital Compression Screw

            2021-06-23T20:44:23+00:00

            Digital Compression Screw (D.C.S)

            System Overview

            The Digital Compression Screw (D.C.S.) is a solid, stainless steel screw specifically designed to address digital fusions. The 1.5mm and 1.8mm diameters range from 20mm to 55mm in length, allowing for fusion of the DIPJ, PIPJ, or both.

            Clinical Benefits

            Stability and Compression

            The lag design combined with a unique over-drilling technique allows for compression across the fusion site. The threads purchase into cortical bone, improving stability and reducing the chance of rotation or residual flexion.

            Buried Fixation

            Unlike traditional k-wire fixation, the DCS is buried beneath the skin, allowing for patients to wear a stiff-soled postoperative shoe. After fusion is achieved, the technique allows for simple in-office screw removal.

            Fusion of DIPJ and PIPJ

            Unlike intramedullary fixation devices, the DCS allows for fusion of both the DIPJ and PIPJ reducing the chance of mallet toe.

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            • +1-810-982-7777

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              Resources

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              Digital Compression Screw IFU (English)IFU

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              Digital Compression Screw Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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              Digital Compression Screw BrochureBrochure

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              Digital Compression Screw 510k510k

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              Horizon Subtalar

              2021-06-15T18:27:28+00:00

              Horizon® Subtalar Implant

              System Overview

              The BioPro Horizon® Subtalar Implant is used for the treatment of flexible flatfoot and posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in both children and adults. 

              Clinical Benefits

              Restores Alignment

              Implanted within the sinus tarsi, it is designed to block excessive pronation and elevate the talus while allowing subtalar joint motion.1

              Minimally Invasive and Reversible

              If correction or pain relief is not achieved, the implant may be removed through a small incision.1

              Quick Recovery

              Subtalar arthroreisis allows for quick recovery and pain relief compared to other surgical interventions.1

              Preventing further Arthrosis

              A smooth lateral surface ensures both the talus and calcaneus interface with a smooth surface during pronation. The slight taper stabilizes the implant during pronation and protects against lateral migration.

              Contact BioPro Today 

              Fill out the contact form to find your local sales representative. For immediate assistance or to schedule a surgery please contact us by phone or email.

              • +1-810-982-7777

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                Resources

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                Horizon Subtalar BrochureBrochure

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                Horizon Subtalar Surgical TechniqueSurgical Technique

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                Symptomatic flexible flatfoot in adults: subtalar arthroereisisPublication

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                Horizon Subtalar 510k510k

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                Horizon Subtalar IFU (Multi Language)IFU

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                Horizon Subtalar Hybrid IFU (English)IFU

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                1. Ozan F, Doğar F, Gençer K, Koyuncu, Vatansever F, Duygulu F, Altay T. Symptomatic flexible flatfoot in adults: subtalar arthroereisis. Ther Clin Risk Manag. 2015;11:1597-1602
                  https://doi.org/10.2147/TCRM.S90649

                Memory Staple

                2021-06-15T18:30:13+00:00

                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

                Contact BioPro Today 

                Fill out the contact form to find your local sales representative. For immediate assistance or to schedule a surgery please contact us by phone or email.

                • +1-810-982-7777

                • orders@bioproimplants.com

                  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.

                  Fasciotome

                  2021-06-25T12:51:08+00:00

                  Fasciotome™

                  System Overview

                  The BioPro Fasciotome™ is intended to assist surgeons in percutaneous tenotomies and plantar fasciotomies. The Fasciotome features an extremely sharp, one-sided blade for effortless releases; provided in convenient single-use, sterile packs.

                  Clinical Benefits

                  • Minimally invasive option for plantar fascia release1,2
                  • Faster recovery1
                  • Can be performed in-office

                  Contact BioPro Today 

                  Fill out the contact form to find your local sales representative. For immediate assistance or to schedule a surgery please contact us by phone or email.

                  • +1-810-982-7777

                  • orders@bioproimplants.com

                    Resources

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                    Fasciotome BrochureBrochure

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                    Fasciotome IFU (English)IFU

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                    1. A Retrospective Comparison of Percutaneous Plantar Fasciotomy and Open Plantar Fasciotomy with Heel Spur Resection Fallat, Lawrence M. et al. The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery , Volume 52 , Issue 3 , 288 - 290 2.
                    2. Brian McCurdy. (2013, July). How Effective Is Percutaneous Plantar Fasciotomy? Retrieved from https://www.podiatrytoday.com/july-2013

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