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EZLoc™ Femoral Fixation Device


The EZLoc Femoral Fixation Device for soft tissue ACL fixation features a reliable surgical technique with minimal steps. This simplifies and shortens the procedure for both occasional and experienced ACL surgeons. The advantage of the EZLoc Femoral Fixation technique is that passage and fixation of the graft in the femur is accomplished in ONE step.

  • Simple: Surgical technique that has minimal steps and reliable deployment
  • Strong: Titanium implant provides excellent strength and stiffness and 1427 N pullout strength1
  • Stiff: Device captures the cortical bone of the femur, and is designed to prevent movement under cyclic loading
  • Limit Inventory: Three diameters and three lengths to limit inventory and reduce complexity

Additional Information

  1. Howell, Stephen M.D. et al. Femoral Fixation of a Soft Tissue ACL Graft Advantages of Using the EZLoc™ Femoral Fixation Device.

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