EZPass™ Suture Passing System

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Suture passing system designed with seven different curvatures to provide multiple options for shoulder arthroscopy.

Multiple Options:

  • Seven different curvatures to provide multiple options from any position portal
  • Curvatures include; 90° up, 45° up, 45° dog leg up, 70° left, 70° right, 30° left, 30° right
  • Sharp, low profile tips to enhance the ease of tissue penetration while reducing tissue trauma

EZ of Use:

  • Unique colored handle for each option
  • Thumb wheel for quick and easy advancement of the Nitinol passing kite
  • Ergonomic handle design for a natural, relaxed grip
  • Disposable instrument packaged sterile and ready for surgical use

Braided Nitinol Kite:

  • Optimized and combined with an oxide coating to minimize the friction transferred to soft tissue 

Additional Information

Legal Manufacturer:

Biomet Sports Medicine
56 East Bell Drive
P.O. Box 587
Warsaw, Indiana 46581 USA


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