DELTA XTEND Reverse Shoulder System featuring Carl J. Basamania, MD

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Watch Dr. Jesse Jupiter demonstrate anatomical surgical approaches and critical technical considerations for the humerus.  In addition, view expert panelists Dr. Animesh Agarwal, Dr. David Barei, Dr. Matthew Camuso, Dr. Jason Evans, Dr. John Gorczyca, Dr. Mitchel Harris, Dr. Utku Kandemir, Dr. Michael Miranda, Dr. Sean Nork, Dr. Milan Sen, Dr. Hobie Summers, and  Dr. John Wixted discuss related cases, tips and pearls.

Watch Dr. Peter Cole demonstrate anatomical surgical approaches and critical technical considerations for the shoulder girdle. In addition, view expert panelists Dr. Michael Gardner, Dr. David Ring, and Dr. Rena Stewart discuss related cases, tips and pearls. 

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.~

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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.~

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Part of the Synthes variable angle locking compression plate (VA-LCP) system.

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For fixation of fractures where the medullary canal is narrow or flexibility of the implant is paramount.

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Cerclage solutions for general surgery.

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Humeral nails with multiple locking options for simple and complex fractures.

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Modular frame for upper extremity use.

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Demineralized Bone Matrix with Delivery System.

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Part of the Synthes locking compression plate (LCP) system.

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Part of the Synthes locking compression plate (LCP) system.

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Part of the DePuy Synthes Trauma locking compression plate (LCP® System).~

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Part of the Synthes locking compression plate (LCP) system.

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For fixation of small bones and small bone fragments.

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The GLOBAL® CAP CTA™ System was designed with an extended superior lateral humeral head that is designed to stabilize the joint and produce a low coefficient of friction at the interface with the acromion.~

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GLOBAL AP. Shoulder Arthroplasty System.

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The patented GLOBAL® Anchor Peg Glenoid Shoulder System achieves stability with the three cemented peripheral pegs, and provides a proven method of fixation through an interference fit of the central peg.~

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Advancing ACL Reconstruction with implant absorption and officfication of the implant site. 2,3,5

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Advancing ACL Reconstruction with implant absorption and officfication of the implant site. 2,3,5

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GLOBAL® STEPTECH® Anchor Peg Glenoid builds on the clinical history of the GLOBAL Anchor Peg Glenoid Shoulder System by incorporating elements, and PREMIERON® X-Linked Polyethylene to create a technologically advanced glenoid implant.~

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The DELTA XTEND™ Reverse Shoulder System is a total semi-constrained shoulder arthroplasty that reverses the normal relationship between the scapular and humeral components, moving the scapulo-humeral joint center of rotation medially and inferiorly, increasing the deltoid lever arm as well as the deltoid tension and therefore allowing the muscles of the deltoid group to compensate for rotator cuff deficiency.~

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Shoulder Extraction Instruments help to address obstacles encountered during revision shoulder arthroplasty. These instruments provide for a compenent removal with various instruments aiding in cement removal, component removal and bone restoration.~

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Watch Dr. Chris Chuinard perform suprascapular nerve release procedure using the atraumatic soft tissue liberator.~

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This video demonstrates the insertion of a headless compression screw and reduction of bone fragments.~

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This video demonstrates the fixation of a valgus impacted proximal humerus fracture using the reviews the approach, reduction and positioning of the plate.

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Watch Dr. James Krieg demonstrate the approach and step-by-step technique to fixing simple and complex proximal humerus fractures utilizing the MULTILOC® Proximal Humeral Nail.

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This video demonstrates the technique for fixing a two-part proximal humerus fracture through an anterolateral incision.

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This video demonstrates the technique for fixing proximal humerus fractures utilizing the 3.5 mm LCP® Periarticular Proximal Humerus Plate and the 3.5 mm LCP® Proximal Humerus Plate.

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This video demonstrates how to fix simple and complex proximal humerus fractures utilizing multiple locking options with the MultiLoc® Proximal Humeral Nail.

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Proximal Humerus Plate Instruments facilitate screw insertion in the proximal humerus, particularly in osteoporotic bone.~

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Dr. Gardner explains his preferred surgical techniques for proximal humerus fracture fixation including patient positioning, surgical approcahes and fracture reduction techniques. ~

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The Atraumatic Soft Tissue Liberator is a device that safely allows a surgeon to perform a suprascapular nerve release.~

Video, 06:51

Dr. Shariff K. Bishai utilizes the DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine HEALIX TRANSTEND on a 25-year-old right hand dominant male who suffered anterior shoulder dislocation as well as enlarged hill sachs lesion.~

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Dr. William Ciccone presents a Subscapularis & RC Repair utilizing the HEALIX Anchor™ 3.4mm.

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Dr. Paul Favorito utilizes DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicie HEALIX ADVANCE™ Knotless Anchors on a lateral row fixation for a rotator cuff repair.

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Dr. William J. Ciccone II demonstrates surgical techniques for In Suprapectoral Situ Biceps Tenodesis using the DePuy Synthes Mitek Sports Medicine HEALIX ADVANCE™ Knotless Anchor.

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Video featuring Dr. Matt Ravenscroft from Warrington, United Kingdom demonstrating an all arthroscopic Latarjet using the Bristow-Latarjet Instability Shouder System.

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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.~

Video, 06:57

Dr. Krieg provides insight into when a nail should be used for fixing a proximal humerus fracture.

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