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The history of suture anchors in orthopaedic surgery.
Visscher LE, et al. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 2019 - Review. PMID 30502638
The early suture anchors failed most commonly from anchor pull out or breakage, with the strongest early design being a bone-screw-suture complex. ...The newest products are all-suture anchors which show impressive strength whilst reducing the iatrogenic damage caused by insertion. ...
The early suture anchors failed most commonly from anchor pull out or breakage, with the strongest early design being a bone-s …
All-Suture Anchors: Biomechanical Analysis of Pullout Strength, Displacement, and Failure Mode.
Barber FA and Herbert MA. Arthroscopy 2017. PMID 28017468
PURPOSE: To evaluate the biomechanical and design characteristics of all-suture anchors. METHODS: All-suture anchors were tested in fresh porcine cortical bone and biphasic polyurethane foam blocks by cyclic loading (10-100 N for 200 cycles), followed by destructive testing parallel to the insertion axis at 12.5 mm/s. ...CLINICAL RELEVANCE: All-suture anchors vary in strength and performance, and these factors may influence clinical success. Biphasic polyurethane foam is a validated model for suture anchor testing....
PURPOSE: To evaluate the biomechanical and design characteristics of all-suture anchors. METHODS: All-suture anchors
Editorial Commentary: Are All-Suture Anchors as Good as Conventional Anchors?
Barber FA. Arthroscopy 2017. PMID 28476372
Research in this issue, like other biomechanical testing, suggests that the all-suture anchors studied here seem strong enough for glenoid and acetabular applications. ...The next question is whether there will be any adverse events associated with the use of all-suture anchors clinically....
Research in this issue, like other biomechanical testing, suggests that the all-suture anchors studied here seem strong enough …
Editorial Commentary: Biomechanics of All Suture Anchors: What We Know So Far.
Fleischli JE. Arthroscopy 2018. PMID 30286879
All suture anchors (ASAs) have proven valuable for soft tissue to bone fixation. They have a small footprint and can be inserted in tight spaces where little bone is available. ...This biomechanical property is clinically more significant than catastrophic failure because of anchor pullout or suture breakage, which is uncommon. ...
All suture anchors (ASAs) have proven valuable for soft tissue to bone fixation. They have a small footprint and can be insert …
Editorial Commentary: All-Suture Anchors, Foam Blocks, and Biomechanical Testing.
Brand JC. Arthroscopy 2017. PMID 28578762
In "All-Suture Anchors: Biomechanical Analysis of Pullout Strength, Displacement, and Failure Mode," the latest iteration, Barber and Herbert test all-suture anchors in both porcine femurs and biphasic foam. While we await in vivo clinical trials that compare all-suture anchors to currently used anchors, Barber and Herbert have provided data to inform anchor choice, and using their biomechanical data at time zero from all-suture anchor trials in an animal model, we can determine the anchors' feasibility for human clinical investigations....
In "All-Suture Anchors: Biomechanical Analysis of Pullout Strength, Displacement, and Failure Mode," the latest iteration, Bar …
Outcome of arthroscopic SLAP repair using knot-tying-suture anchors compared with knotless-suture anchors in athletes.
Reinig Y, et al. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29789946
MATERIALS AND METHODS: Sixty-one of 78 (78.2%) athletes were retrospectively examined after isolated arthroscopic SLAP repair (group 1/G1: 28x knot-tying anchors; group 2/G2: 33 knotless anchors; follow-up 24 months) and compared to two specific, separate matched volunteer athlete control groups (group 3/G3: 28 athletes matched to G1; group 4/G4: 33 athletes matched to G2). ...
MATERIALS AND METHODS: Sixty-one of 78 (78.2%) athletes were retrospectively examined after isolated arthroscopic SLAP repair (group 1/G1: 2 …
Suture slippage in knotless suture anchors resulting in subacromial-subdeltoid bursitis.
Hayeri MR, et al. Skeletal Radiol 2016. PMID 26739301
Rotator cuff repair using a suture bridge and knotless suture anchors is a relatively new, but increasingly used technique. The suture bridge technique creates an anatomically similar and more secure rotator cuff repair compared with conventional arthroscopic techniques and the use of knotless anchors eliminates the challenges associated with knot tying during arthroscopic surgery. However, previous in vitro biomechanical tests have shown that the hold of the suture in a knotless suture anchor is far lower than the pullout strength of the anchor from bone. ...
Rotator cuff repair using a suture bridge and knotless suture anchors is a relatively new, but increasingly used techni …
Isolating Suture Slippage During Cadaveric Testing of Knotless Anchors.
Klinge SA, et al. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ) 2015. PMID 26161766
We evaluated a testing method designed to isolate and analyze the effectiveness of different suture-retention mechanisms in knotless suture anchors used for rotator cuff repairs. ...All ReelX devices survived dynamic testing and ultimately failed via suture breakage. This novel axial load biomechanical testing technique isolated suture slippage in 2 uniquely designed knotless anchors. ...
We evaluated a testing method designed to isolate and analyze the effectiveness of different suture-retention mechanisms in knotless …
Arthroscopic SLAP IIb Repair Using Knot-Tying Versus Knotless Suture Anchors: Is There a Difference?
de Groot SJ, et al. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ) 2018. PMID 30650165
The use of knotless suture anchors has increased in popularity; however, there is a paucity of literature examining the difference in clinical outcomes with traditional knotted fixation. ...Knotless anchors were less likely to require revision surgery than traditional anchors (9% vs 17%, P = .50), but the difference was not statistically significant. ...
The use of knotless suture anchors has increased in popularity; however, there is a paucity of literature examining the differ …
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