Tornier Introduces 4 New Orthopedic ProductsWritten by Jaimie Oh | March 03, 2011
Tornier, a company focused on extremity orthopedics, has introduced four new products addressing a range of joint replacement, joint repair and soft tissue repair needs of upper and lower extremity specialist surgeons and their patients, according to a company news release.
Tornier's six new products include:
• Ascend Shoulder bone-sparing implant system, designed to match the internal contours of the humerus, minimize bone removal and avoid disrupting vital tendons
• Stabilis ankle fusion system, which provides surgeons with multiple plating options to stabilize the ankle joint for anterior or lateral fusion and includes instrumentation with controlled distraction and compression as well as cutting guides.
• Wave Calcaneal fracture plate system, designed to allow for a less invasive approach to a traditional large "L" flap incision.
• 2.8 Piton soft tissue fixation implant, an anchoring device for securing the reattachment of soft tissue to bone and includes a minimally invasive insertion footprint as well as unique laser markings for arthroscopic treatment of rotator cuff tears.
Read the company news release about Tornier's new extremity orthopedics products.
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