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Ryan A Kaiser, Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone, Frank O Bonnarens: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, March 6, 2012: US08128658 (99 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone is disclosed. A bone engaging fastener is coupled to bone. A second fastener is coupled to a suture construction. The second fastener is coupled to the first fastener. Soft tissue is coupled to the s ...


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Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone, Frank O Bonnarens: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, October 8, 2013: US08551140 (55 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone is disclosed. A bone engaging fastener is coupled to bone. A second fastener is coupled to a suture construction. The second fastener is coupled to the first fastener. Soft tissue is coupled to the s ...


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Ryan A Kaiser, Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone, Frank O Bonnarens: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, January 13, 2015: US08932331 (40 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone. The method includes the following: implanting in bone a first anchor including a first suture construct connected to the first anchor; passing a first adjustable loop of the first suture construct a ...


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Christopher M Palese, Gregory J Denham, Dan Norton: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, April 10, 2018: US09936940

A method for securing a suture to bone can include loading the suture in a distal opening of an inserter of an assembly. The suture can be coupled to soft tissue. The assembly can include the inserter, an anchor carried by the inserter, a distal tip and a driver each coupled to the inserter. A hole ...


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Jacy C Hoeppner: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 1, 2017: US09717491

A method and apparatus for securing a suture to bone can include grasping a first suture portion with a grasping member on a positioning tool. The first suture portion can be located into a first cannulation defined in the positioning tool. A cutting member can be advanced through a second cannulati ...


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Ryan A Kaiser, Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone: Method and apparatus for coupling soft tissue to bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 5, 2009: US20090062854-A1

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone is disclosed. A bone engaging fastener is coupled to bone. A second fastener is coupled to a suture construction. The second fastener is coupled to the first fastener. Soft tissue is coupled to the s ...


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Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone, Frank O Bonnarens: Method and Apparatus for Coupling Soft Tissue to Bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, November 3, 2011: US20110270306-A1

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone is disclosed. A bone engaging fastener is coupled to bone. A second fastener is coupled to a suture construction. The second fastener is coupled to the first fastener. Soft tissue is coupled to the s ...


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Ryan A Kaiser, Gregory J Denham, Kevin T Stone, Frank O Bonnarens: Method and Apparatus for Coupling Soft Tissue to Bone. Biomet Sports Medicine, June 28, 2012: US20120165866-A1

A method and apparatus for coupling a soft tissue implant into a locking cavity formed within a bone. The method includes the following: implanting in bone a first anchor including a first suture construct connected to the first anchor; passing a first adjustable loop of the first suture construct a ...


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METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COUPLING SOFT TISSUE TO BONE. Biomet Sports Medicine, December 11, 2014: US20140364906-A1

A method for securing a suture to bone can include loading the suture in a distal opening of an inserter of an assembly. The suture can be coupled to soft tissue. The assembly can include the inserter, an anchor carried by the inserter, a distal tip and a driver each coupled to the inserter. A hole ...


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METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COUPLING SOFT TISSUE TO BONE. Biomet Sports Medicine, September 10, 2015: US20150250469-A1

A method and apparatus for securing a suture to bone can include grasping a first suture portion with a grasping member on a positioning tool. The first suture portion can be located into a first cannulation defined in the positioning tool. A cutting member can be advanced through a second cannulati ...