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MILAGRO® Advance Interference Screw
THE INTERFERENCE SCREW. REDEFINED.
The MILAGRO® ADVANCE Interference Screw utilizes an advanced screw design that offers exceptional bone engagement and rapid insertion. It comes available in Mitek Sorts Medicine proprietary BIOCRYL RAPIDE® Biocomposite Material as well as PEEK Material.
Features & Benefits
Features & Benefits
MILAGRO ADVANCE Interference Screw dramatically improves ease of use compared to traditional interference screws:
BIOCRYL RAPIDE Biocomposite Material promotes bony ingrowth at the implant site1-2
Inserts approximately 2x faster than traditional interference screws3
Improved interdigitation of graft threads increases overall fixation strength by 25%3
Effortless bone engagement
Unique Distal-tip requires 83% less effort to achieve bone engagement3
Robust yet gentle insertion
Ease of bone engagement and lower insertion torque ensure robust insertion into hard bone with minimal torque transmission to soft tissue grafts and tendons
Available in BIOCRYL RAPIDE Biocomposite Material and PEEK
- Barber FA, Dockery WD, Hrnack SA, Long-term degradation of a poly-lactide co-glycolide/β-tricalcium phosphate biocomposite interference screw. Arthroscopy. 2011;27(5):637-643
- Gladstone J, Gaskin CM. 3 year resorption and replacement pattern of a biocomposite interference screw (PLLA/PGA/BTCP) used in tibial soft tissue graft fixation for ACL reconstruction. 2012 AANA Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting.
- DOCUMENT NO.: 300418 REV. B DCN 19733
Attachment of soft tissue grafts or bone-tendon-bone grafts to the tibia and or femur during cruciate ligament reconstruction procedures. Additionally, 7,8,9, x 23mm screws are indicated for medial & lateral collateral ligament repair, media patellofemoral ligament reconstruction (femur fixation) of the knee, proximal bicep tenodesis in shoulder and distal biceps in the elbow.
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