Quattro® Bolt Tenodesis Screw


The Quattro Bolt Tenodesis Screw provides solid, tendon-in-socket fixation for biceps tenodesis. The unique system preserves tendon integrity with few deployment steps, offering a quick, reliable solution.

  • Versatile Repair Methods: Option for all-arthroscopic or mini open technique
  • Preserves Tendon Integrity: Decreased amount of turns in the socket with a combination mallet/screw-in deployment
  • Quick Procedure: O.R. efficiency with easy tendon loading and without the need to externalize the tendon
  • Strong Repair: Tendon-in-socket fixation results in high pull-out strength up to 404N1

Additional Information

  1. Data on file. Bench test results are not necessarily indicative of clinical results.


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