JuggerKnot® Soft Anchor 2.9mm/2.9 with Needles

All-Suture Technology

Zimmer Biomet revolutionised soft tissue fixation in Sports Medicine with the introduction of the JuggerKnot® anchor platform in 2009 with the 1.4mm JuggerKnot. This award winning 100% suture based anchor system has quickly evolved into a family of anchors that offers the widest range of options for a multitude of different procedures.

  • Clinical Results: 1 study, performed with the 1.4mm anchor, demonstrated clinically improved patient outcomes and fibrous tissue complete bony healing or combined fibro-osseous healing in the anchor tunnel1
  • Versatile: Gain access to a robust soft anchor system, which includes 7 different size offerings and size specific instrumentation
  • Strong: Strength is equal to or greater than some anchors 2 or 3 times larger2 and high pull-out strength ranging from 20-120 lbs., depending on size of anchor3,4

JuggerKnot Soft Anchor 2.9mm

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  • Most commonly utilised for soft tissue to bone fixation in the shoulder
  • Designed with a custom braid polyester sleeve and double loaded with #2 MaxBraid™ suture
  • 120 lbs. anchor pull-out strength4

JuggerKnot Soft Anchor 2.9mm with Needles*

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  • Most commonly utilised for mini open soft tissue to bone fixation in the shoulder
  • Designed with a custom braid polyester sleeve, double loaded with #2 MaxBraid suture, and loaded with two tapered or cutting needles to assist with the reattachment of tissue to bone
  • Guideless design and less working length of inserter for surgeon preference
  • 120 lbs. anchor pull-out strength4
  1. Agrawal, V, MD; Pietrzak, WS, Ph.D. Triple labrum tears repaired with JuggerKnot™ soft anchor: Technique and results. Int J of Shoulder Surg 2015;9:81-9.
  2. Barber FA, MD, Herbert MA, Ph.D. “Cyclic Loading Biomechanical Analysis of the Pullout Strengths of Rotator Cuff and Glenoid Anchors: 2013 Update.” Arthroscopy, 29(5), p832-844, April 2013
  3. Barber FA, MD, Herbert MA, Ph.D, Hapa O., MD, Rapley JA, MD, Barber CA, Bynum JA, MD, Hrnack SC, MD. “Biomechanical Analysis of Pullout Strengths of Rotator Cuff and Glenoid Anchors: 2011 Update.” Arthroscopy, 27(7), p895-905, July 2011
  4. Data on file at Biomet Sports Medicine. Test Reports, AT47B, AT47D, BSM4, BSM03. Bench test results are not necessarily indicative of clinical results.

*Not for use in Japan

 

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