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Rickey D Hart, John Rice: Suture tensioning device. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, November 25, 1997: US05690655 (237 worldwide citation)

A suture tensioning device is described that comprises first and second jaws in facing relationship and oriented in parallel to each other. The first and second jaws are disposed in relative slidable engagement so that one of the jaws is adapted for parallel movement towards and away from the other ...


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Peter J Dreyfuss, Reinhold Schmieding, Anthony A Romeo: Suture tensioning device. Arthrex, Dickstein Shapiro, February 5, 2008: US07326222 (91 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning suture which includes two telescopically slidable cannulated tubes. An adjustment wheel is coupled to and turns a threaded post which is threadingly engaged with the proximal end of one of the slidable tubes. A suture end is passed through the cannulated tubes of the suture t ...


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Rickey D Hart, John Rice: Suture tensioning device. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, July 22, 1997: US05649940 (62 worldwide citation)

A suture tensioning device is described that comprises first and second jaws in facing relationship and oriented in parallel to each other. The first and second jaws are disposed in relative slidable engagement so that one of the jaws is adapted for parallel movement towards and away from the other ...


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Oritz Mark S, Albrecht Thomas E, Shelton Iv Frederick E: Suture tensioning device and method. Ethicon Endo Surgery, November 7, 2007: EP1852071-A2 (36 worldwide citation)

Various exemplary methods and devices are provided for tensioning suture. The methods and devices are particularly useful in surgical suturing applications in which it is desirable to maintain tension on suture being delivered, yet to allow the tension to be released as desired without retracting th ...


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Jerry Sterrett, Ricardo Albertorio, Jacob Jolly: Suture tensioning device. Arthrex, Dickstein Shapiro, October 30, 2012: US08298247 (30 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning suture which includes a cannulated tube that allows a suture to be fed through at least a portion of the tube. An adjustment device (for example, a wheel or a knob) is actuated to turn a threaded post on the end of the tube. A length of suture passes through at least a portio ...


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Jerry Sterrett, Ricardo Albertorio, Jacob A Jolly: Suture tensioning device. Arthrex, Dickstein Shapiro, January 27, 2015: US08939999 (14 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning suture which includes a cannulated tube that allows a suture to be fed through at least a portion of the tube. An adjustment device (for example, a wheel or a knob) is actuated to turn a threaded post on the end of the tube. A length of suture passes through at least a portio ...


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Sterrett Jerry, Albertorio Ricardo, Jolly Jacob: Suture tensioning device. Arthrex, November 5, 2008: EP1987779-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for tensioning suture (100; 200; 300) which includes a cannulated tube (10) that allows a suture to be fed through at least a portion of the tube. An adjustment device (for example, a wheel or a knob (45; 245)) is actuated to turn a threaded post on the end of the tube A length of suture pa ...


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Zeiner Mark S, Ortiz Mark S: Suture tensioning device. Ethicon Endo Surgery, October 17, 2007: EP1844715-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

The present application generally provides devices and methods for tensioning a length of suture. In one embodiment, a suture tensioning device is provided having a shaft and a suture grasping member. A locking and engaging element can be removably coupled to a distal end of the shaft, and it can be ...


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Jordan A Hoof: Method of tensioning a tissue graft having suture bundles using a cleated bar. Cayenne Medical, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, Donald E Stout, February 28, 2012: US08123806 (3 worldwide citation)

A soft tissue tensioning system comprises a manual suture tensioning device having a bar and a finger guard which is orthogonal to the bar. A lateral suture cleat is disposed on each lateral end of the bar, and a primary suture cleat extends about a top and a bottom of each of the opposed lateral en ...


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Seth A Foerster: Knotless dynamic suture tensioning device and methods. Dallen Medical, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, Donald E Stout, December 24, 2013: US08613755 (1 worldwide citation)

Two spaced bodily tissues are approximated with a surgical tensioning device comprising a resilient member and a pressure locking device. The method comprises a step of routing one end of a length of suture through both spaced bodily tissues and inserting the suture end into and through the pressure ...