AperFix® Femoral System


For Multiligament Soft Tissue Reconstruction

The AperFix Femoral Implant is designed to mimic the benefits of a bone-tendon-bone construct, while allowing surgeons to restore native knee kinematics with a soft tissue graft. With this device, AperFix offers a simple, reproducible procedure compatible with any method of femoral socket drilling to achieve a reliable, anatomic reconstruction.

  • Aperture Healing allows surgeons to create an anatomic reconstruction native to the original ligament
  • Short, Stiff Construct minimizes graft micro-motion and maximizes stability with over 1000N1 of pull-out strength for a reliable construct
  • Circumferential Graft Compression promotes tendon-to-bone contact for optimal biologic graft incorporation opportunity
  • All-Inside Femoral Repair avoids pin passage through the lateral femoral cortex
  • Easy, Screw-In Deployment allows for consistent results

Additional Information

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