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Fixation Button

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Product Description

Knotless Button is a one size implant for ACL reconstruction, designed for use in anteromedial portal and transtibial. Even after tibial fixation has been completed, you may apply the tension from the femoral side. Adjustable and knotless UHMWPE Fiber device provides an easy application, because you can change the lenghts of the loop.


Name REF Description
Adjustable Fixation Knotless Button T5601 4.4×12.2mm                      (Loop length 63mm)
T5223 3.3×13mm                  (Loop length 60mm)
Fixed Fixation  Knotless Button T5441 3.8×12mm                   (Loop length 15mm)
T5442 3.8×12mm                      (Loop length 20mm)
T5443 3.8×12mm                           (Loop length 25mm)
T5444 3.8×12mm                          (Loop length 30mm)

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Fixation Button: What It Is and How It Works in Surgery

Fixation buttons have become increasingly popular in surgical procedures due to their ease of use and reliability. These buttons are typically made of plastic or metal and are used to hold tissues or organs in place during surgery. In this article, we will discuss the use of fixation buttons in surgery, how they work, and their benefits.

What is a Fixation Button?

A fixation button is a small device used in surgery to hold tissues or organs in place. It is typically made of plastic or metal and comes in various sizes and shapes, depending on the intended use. The button is attached to a suture or wire, which is then used to hold the tissue or organ in place.

How Does a Fixation Button Work?

When a surgeon needs to hold a tissue or organ in place during a procedure, they will first insert the button into the tissue. The button is then attached to a suture or wire, which is pulled tight to hold the tissue in place. The button acts as an anchor, preventing the tissue from moving during the procedure.

Benefits of Fixation Buttons

Fixation buttons offer several benefits over traditional methods of tissue fixation. One of the main benefits is their ease of use. Fixation buttons can be quickly inserted into the tissue, and they do not require any special tools or techniques. Additionally, they are highly reliable and can hold tissues in place throughout the entire surgical procedure.

Another benefit of fixation buttons is that they can be used in a variety of procedures. They are commonly used in orthopedic surgeries, such as fixing fractures or attaching tendons, as well as in procedures involving soft tissue, such as hernia repairs or breast reconstruction.

Types of Fixation Buttons

There are several types of fixation buttons available, each designed for specific uses. The most common types of fixation buttons include:

  • Interference screws

  • Button anchors

  • Tack anchors

  • Endobuttons

  • Cannulated screws

Interference screws are commonly used in orthopedic surgeries to hold bone grafts in place. Button anchors are used to fixate tissues, such as in ACL reconstruction surgery. Tack anchors are used in soft tissue procedures, such as hernia repairs. Endobuttons are used to attach tendons or ligaments to bone, and cannulated screws are used to fixate bone fragments.

Risks and Complications

Like any surgical procedure, the use of fixation buttons comes with risks and potential complications. Some of the most common risks associated with fixation buttons include infection, bleeding, and damage to surrounding tissues or organs. However, these risks are relatively rare, and fixation buttons are generally considered safe and effective.


Fixation buttons have become a popular tool in surgical procedures due to their ease of use and reliability. They offer several benefits over traditional methods of tissue fixation and can be used in a variety of procedures. While there are risks associated with their use, fixation buttons are generally considered safe and effective when used properly.


  1. Are fixation buttons reusable? No, fixation buttons are not reusable. They are single-use devices that are disposed of after each use.

  2. How long does it take to insert a fixation button? The time it takes to insert a fixation button varies depending on the procedure and the surgeon's experience. However, it typically only takes a few minutes.

  3. Are fixation buttons painful? The use of fixation buttons should not cause any pain during or after the procedure. However, patients may experience some discomfort or soreness in the area where the button was inserted.


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