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OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 mm

Suture Anchor

Overview

The OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 PLLA-HA Suture Anchor is the flagship absorbable suture anchor for hip labral repair. This small, strong anchor features the naturally biocompatible, hydroxyapatite (HA) composition. The corresponding Spike Tip drill guide and fluted drill bit allows for secure anchor placement along the acetabular rim.

Features and benefits:

  • Hydroxyapatite is a naturally occurring bone mineral with proven biocompatibility
  • 2.3 mm anchors allow for precise positioning, with a reliable track record of three years on the market
  • Anchors are preloaded with high-strength ULTRABRAID Suture
  • Diverse instrumentation, including Spike Tip guide, provides secure bone purchase when drilling and implanting anchor

Ordering Information

Reference # Description
   
72201991 OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 Suture Anchor with
ULTRABRAID™ #2 Suture (White)
72201992 OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 Suture Anchor with
ULTRABRAID #2 Suture (COBRAID Black)
72201993 OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 Suture Anchor with
ULTRABRAID #2 Suture (COBRAID Blue)
72201105 2.3 mm Inline Drill Guide, Fishmouth Tip
72201110 2.3 mm Inline Drill Guide, Spike Tip
72201111 2.3 mm Inline Drill Guide, Crown Tip
72201824 2.6 mm Twist Drill Bit for 2.3 Anchor
72201106 2.3 mm Inline Obturator, Blunt Tip
72201107 2.3 mm Inline Obturator, Cannulated, Blunt Tip
72201112 2.3 mm Inline Obturator, Trocar Tip


 

 

Resources

 

Surgical Video: Hip Arthroscopy - From Fundamentals to FAI and Labral Repair
by J.W. Thomas Byrd

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White Paper: The Effect of Labral Repair and Resection on Hip Cartilage Compression
by Laura L. Greaves, MASc

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OSTEORAPTOR 2.3 mm Suture Anchor Brochure

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Resources

Hip Solutions Brochure

OSTEORAPTOR Product Brochure

Video

Surgical Video - J. W. Thomas Byrd, MD
Hip Arthroscopy: From Fundamentals to FAI and Labral Repair.

White Paper

White Paper - by Laura L. Greaves, MASc
The Effect of Labral Repair and Resection on Hip Cartilage Compression