JuggerLoc™ Bone-to-Bone System

JuggerLoc Bone-to-Bone System is a suture based implant intended for repair in the foot and ankle.  Indications include ankle syndesmosis fixation and Lisfranc repair.
 
  • JuggerKnot® all-suture anchor technology
  • ZipLoop™ technology allows variable compression/tension
  • Avoid medial wound healing issues
  • Reduce likelihood of saphenous vein entrapment
  • Bone conserving implant only goes through 3 cortices instead of 4
  • Implant may be used as an adjunct in connection with trauma hardware for Weber B and Weber C ankle fractures
  • All suture anchor with 165 pounds pullout strength*
  • Bone conserving 2.9mm drill
    • Compared to syndesmotic screws or other flexible fixation devices which require a 3.2 or 3.5mm drill
  • ZipLoop technology
    • Fully adjustable knotless loop
    • Variable compression and tension
  • Sterile procedure kit contains drills and implant
  • Stainless steel or titanium buttons available

 

*Biomet verification test report BSM19.VR.1. Bench testing is not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.

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