ToggleLoc™ 2.9 mm Soft Tissue Fixation with ZipLoop™ Technology

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For those who desire a titanium button and adjustable loop fixation for a distal biceps repair, Zimmer Biomet has designed a NEW, low profile button on our ToggleLoc Fixation Device that fits through a 2.9 mm hole. This suspensory device incorporates button fixation and a knotless construct, which allows the tendon or graft to be easily zipped into the tunnel for final fixation.

A Simplified Technique

  • The first button to be preloaded on an inserter handle for easy insertion
  • Inserter handle incorporates implant, adjustable loop, and pusher/plunger function

Efficient

  • Slotted reamer serves as the insertion guide, depending on technique preference
  • Preloaded with needles for direct tendon attachment

Less Invasive

  • Smallest drill hole on the market for suspensory fixation (button diameter is 2.9 mm x 10.3 mm)
  • Interference screw fixation is not necessary due to our ZipLoop Technology
    • Interference screw can potentially damage the tendon upon insertion
    • Allows for circumferential healing in the socket
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This material is intended for health care professionals.  Distribution to any other recipient is prohibited.  For indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, potential adverse effects and patient counseling information, see the package insert or contact your local representative; visit www.zimmerbiomet.com for additional product information.
All content herein is protected by copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property rights, as applicable, owned by or licensed to Zimmer Biomet or its affiliates unless otherwise indicated, and must not be redistributed, duplicated or disclosed, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of Zimmer Biomet.  
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