Life is dynamic.
Your suture should be too.

DYNA Suture Technology

Utilizing first-in-class technology, DYNACORD™ and DYNATAPE™ Sutures self-tension when needed* to provide continuous compression for at least 12 weeks.1,2

DYNA Suture Technology in Action

The Challenge and Our Solution to Suture Laxity

Rotator Cuff Repairs continue to fail at an alarming rate, with re-tear rates for large rotator cuff repairs ranging from 20-40% and re-tear rates for massive and significantly retracted rotator cuff tears up to 94%.3 Failure rates may be driven by tendons failing to heal at the tendon-bone junction or suture pulling through tendons.4

Peer-reviewed studies have demonstrated that knotted or knotless suture constructs may loosen soon after fixation.4,5* The lack of persistent footprint area pressure could diminish tendon to bone healing.5

Utilizing DYNA Suture Technology, DYNACORD™ and DYNATAPE™ Suture self-tension to provide continuous compression for at least 12 weeks.1,2*

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DYNACORD Suture Dowel Demo

Suture Approximation Force Comparison

DYNACORD™ Suture, featuring DYNA Suture Technology, was shown to self-tension providing continuous compression for at least 12 weeks, while FiberWire® was shown to lose 52% of tension after 24 hours.1*

DYNACORD Suture Approximation Force Comparison Graph
The DYNASEAL™ Procedure for Rotator Cuff Repair

The construct providing continuous compression for at least 12 weeks1,2* with DYNA Suture Technology

References

* Animal and bench testing results may not necessarily be indicative of clinical performance.
1. DYNACORD Suture Approximation Force Report. 09/18/2017. ADAPTIV #103394861.
2. DYNATAPE Suture Approximation Force Report. 03/13/2020. ADAPTIV #103670396.
3. Bailey JR, Kim C, Alentorn-Geli E, et al. Rotator Cuff Matrix Augmentation and Interposition: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2019;47(6):1496-1506. doi:10.1177/0363546518774762
4. Burkhart S & Cole B. Bridging self-reinforcing double-row rotator cuff repair: We really are doing better. Arthroscopy. 2010; 26(5):677-680.
5. Mazzocca AD et al. Biomechanical evaluation of arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs over time. Arthroscopy. 2010; 26(5):592-596.
6. DYNATAPE Suture Compression Film Study. 10/12/2020. ADAPTIV #103742818.
7. DYNATAPE Suture vs. FiberTape Cheesewire Comparison. 09/24/2020. ADAPTIV #103732177.

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