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Innovations in Soft Tissue ACL Reconstruction & Meniscal Repair

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Video, 05:39

An all-inside meniscal repair demonstrated by Amir Moinfar, MD highlighting the TRUESPAN™ Meniscal Repair System

Video, 07:46

Dr. Amir Moinfar demonstrates a unique and innovative approach for preparing soft tissue grafts using the SPEEDTRAP™ Graft Preparation System

Video, 02:27

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.

Video, 04:25

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.~

Technique Guide

Demineralized Bone Matrix with Delivery System.

Technique Guide

Indications~Norian Drillable is intended for bony voids or defects of the extremities and pelvis that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. These defects may be surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects created from traumatic injury to the bone. The product provides a bone void filler that resorbs and is replaced with bone during the healing process. Norian Drillable can be used as an adjunct to conventional rigid hardware fixation by supporting the bone fragments during the surgical procedure. Once the material has set, it acts as a temporary support medium and is not intended to provide structural support during the healing process. Norian Drillable is intended to be placed into bony voids either before or after final fixation.~Contraindications~The safety and effectiveness of this device for use in the spine has not been established.~Use of this device is contraindicated in the spine, including use in the pedicle, as this could be associated with leakage of the device material into the bloodstream, which could cause serious adverse events, including death and should not be used in the presence of active or suspected infection.~Norian Drillable is not for screw augmentation.~Norian Drillable is not for use in:~Patients with traumatic open injuries that are predisposed to infection~Stress bearing applications~Areas where adjacent bone is avascular, or is incapable of supporting or anchoring the implanted rigid fixation hardware~Patients with compromised health (e.g. abnormal calcium metabolism, metabolic bone disease, a recent local untreated infection, vascular or severe neurological disease, infection, immunologic deficiencies or systemic disorders) that result in poor wound healing or will result in tissue deterioration over the implant site~Patients who are skeletally immature~Vertebral compression fractures~Intra?articular space (i.e. material injected into the joint space)~Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.~For further information on DePuy Synthes products, please contact your local DePuy Synthes representative.~

Video, 06:02

A soft tissue ACL reconstruction highlighting tibial fixation with INTRAFIX™ Advance Tibial Fastener System- Presented by Dr. Amir Moinfar

Video, 39:25

David Dalury, MD and David Fisher, MD discuss their experience with INTUITION® Instruments in TKA. For more on ATTUNE® Knee Evidence, please visit: www.ATTUNEevidence.com

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Dr. T.K. Miller presents a medial meniscus repair using the OMNISPAN™ Meniscal Repair System on a patient with a meniscocapsular injury.~

Video, 09:29

Watch Drs. Lars Hagemann and Sven Ostermeier demonstrate the approach and step-by-step technique to performing an ACL reconstruction using the INTRAFIX® ACL Tibial Fastener System.~

Video, 13:17

A soft tissue ACL Reconstruction highlighting retrograde tunnel drilling utilizing the TWISTR™ Retrograde Reamer System & Cruciate+ Instruments- Presented by Dr. Amir Moinfar

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Dr. Robert Ostrum performs fixation of a tibial fracture utilizing the Titanium Cannulated Tibial Nail EX System.

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This video demonstrates the step-by-step technique for using the Reamer/ Irrigator/ Aspirator.~

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Dr. Brent Norris demonstrates the technique to harvest bone graft from the medullary canal of the femur, using the Reamer/ Irrigator/ Aspirator, to fix a 6 cm segmental defect in the distal tibia.~

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Douglas Dennis, MD and Brian Haas, MD discuss the ATTUNE® Rotating Platform Tibial Base Tray alignment and coverage. For more on ATTUNE® Knee evidence, please visit: www.ATTUNEevidence.com

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Douglas Dennis, MD discusses posterior and medial wear in mobile bearing knees.~

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Douglas Dennis, MD and Brian Haas, MD discuss the lateral release rate in mobile bearing knees vs. fixed bearing. ~

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Douglas Dennis, MD and Brian, MD Haas discuss the benefits of higher conformity in a mobile bearing knee.~

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Douglas Dennis, MD and Brian Haas, MD discuss their indications for using a mobile bearing vs. fixed bearing.~

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Douglas Dennis, MD and Brian Haas, MD discuss their early results using the ATTUNE® Knee System.~

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Last Updated Jul 20, 2018