Arc-Generated Compression

The Arcus Staple System is a unique titanium staple system that utilizes an arc design that creates greater proximal-to-distal compression than tested conventional and nitinol staples1*, internal barbs function to help create compression and to resist migration**

Anatomy

  • Forefoot
  • Midfoot
  • Hindfoot
  • Ankle

Procedure Type

  • Forefoot: Lapidus, 1st MPJ Arthrodesis, Akin Osteotomy, Fifth Metatarsal Fracture, 1st Interphalangeal Joint Arthrodesis, Hallux Interphalangeal Joint Arthrodesis
  • Midfoot: Lapidus, Navicular Fractures, Lisfranc Repair, Naviculocuneiform Arthrodesis, Medial Column Fusion, Talonavicular Arthrodesis, Cuboid Fractures, Cotton Osteotomy
  • Hindfoot: Evans Osteotomy, Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis, Calcaneocuboid, Talonavicular
  • Ankle: Tibiotalocalcaneal Arthrodesis

Specifications

Benefits

Resilient Design

  • The titanium is designed to provide balanced elasticity and rigidity. 

Clinically Proven

  • Proven retention of compression after 600 cycles1. Tooth pattern orientation and shape provide resistance to pullout forces.**

Versatile

  • Pre-loaded Staples are available on size specific inserter. Size specific AO drill and drill guide are also included to be fit the right size for anatomy.

Videos

Arcus Staple System-Surgical Animation

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Additional Information

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