Self-punching all-PEEK knotless anchor platform with
screw-in fixation. The Omega eyelet is independent of the
screw, or decoupled, which offers key intraoperative
advantages while maintaining the same number of surgical
steps as coupled implants.
Omega Knotless Anchor System
Proprietary decoupled eyelet
The proprietary eyelet is decoupled from the screw and offers distinct advantages. The eyelet design allows it to reposition during suture tensioning and customize its final position based on bone quality.
Unobstructed complete cannulation
The decoupled eyelet and screw construct and the eyelet’s ability to reposition during suture tensioning allows for unobstructed complete cannulation. The eyelet’s position, unlike some competitive anchors, will not obstruct or plug the distal end of the screw.
Guiding suture path
The self-punching eyelet delivers the sutures subcortically during pilot hole creation. The resulting suture path may make it easier to identify the aperature of the hole and to deliver and seat the screw efficiently.
The all-PEEK eyelet is preloaded on a self-punching awl which is designed to eliminate the need to drill. Drills, taps and awls are available.
Ease of sizing up
The decoupled eyelet and screw construct allows for the surgeon to size up to a larger size screw with ease and fewer steps. The eyelet and sutures stay subcortically while the screw is exchanged without the need to remove the eyelet or rethread the sutures.
The Omega platform offers Double-Double implant kits for the 3.9mm and 4.75mm sizes. Ideal for cases requiring two implants, the Double-Double kits feature disposable instrumentation that is designed to be reloaded intraoperatively with a second set of implants. The Double-Double configurations can offer efficiency advantages with the Omega platform.
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