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Citations related to SuperCable and Cerclage 1. Sarin, Hack (2005). Initial Clinical Results with an Elastic Cerclage Cable for Fracture Treatment. Transactions of ISTA 18th Ann Mtg. Kyoto, Japan. D 2. ella Valle et al (2010). Early Experience with a Novel Non-Metallic Cable in Reconstructive Hip Surgery. Clin Orthop Relat Res 468:2382-2386. Iso-Elastic™ Polymer Cerclage System E 3. dwards et al (2011). Utility of Polymer Cerclage Cables in Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty. Orthopedics. April 2011, Vol 34 No. 4. B 4. erend, Lombardi et al (2014). Polymer Cable/Grip-Plate System with Locking Screws for Stable Fixation to Promote Healing of Trochanteric Osteotomies or Fractures in Revision Total Hip Arthoplasty. Surg Tech Intl. 25:227-231. 5. Rosenwasser & Wilkerson (2014). Surgical Techniques of Olecranon Fractures. J Hand Surg Am. 39(8):1606-14. Superior Fatigue Strength No Metal Particle Generation 6. Rosenwasser et al (2015). Technique using Isoelastic Tension Band for Treatment of Olecranon Fractures. Am J. Orthop. 44(12):542-6 B 7. iddau et al (2006). Migration of a Broken Cerclage Wire from the Patella into the Heart. A Case Report. J Bone Joint Surg 88-A: 2057-2059. 8. op et al (1997). Contribution of Cable Debris Generation to Accelerated Polyethylene Wear. Clin Orthop 344:20-32. H Iso-Elastic Compression of Fragments 9. Wirth et al (2000). Migration of Broken Cerclage Wire from the Shoulder Girdle into the Heart: A case report. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 6:543-544 10. Jacobs et al (2004). Accumulation in Liver and Spleen of Metal Particles Generated at Nonbearing Surfaces in Hip Arthroplasty. J. of Arthroplasty 19:94. 11. Urish et al (2013). The challenge of Corrosion on Orthopedic Implants. AAOS Now, April 2013. 12. Keegan et al. (2007). Orthopaedic Metals and their Potential Toxicity in the Arthroplasty Patient. J Bone Joint Surg 89-B:567. Stronger. Safer. Easier than Metal Cerclage. 13. Silverton et al (1996). Complications of a Cable Grip System. J Arthroplasty. 4:400-404. No Sharps Hazard for Surgeon or Patient 14. Beaule et al (2017). Trochanteric Fixation With a Third-Generation Cable-Plate System: An Independent Experience. J Arthroplasty. 32:2864-2868. 15. Stoker (2009). Advances in Internal Bone Fixation: Sharps Safety for Orthopedic Surgeons. Managing Infection Control. 9(2):30-38. 16. Sarin, Mattchen, Hack (2004). A Novel Iso-Elastic Cerclage Cable for Treatment of Fractures. Transactions of the ORS: 739. 17. Gartsman, Edwards (2008). Shoulder Arthroplasty. Saunders Elsevier, Philadelphia. 6:543-544. SuperCable® Polymer Iso-ElasticTM Cerclage Cables Polymer Iso-ElasticTM Cerclage Cable Assembly, 1.5mm (Ti Cable Lock) SuperCable® Polymer Iso-ElasticTM Cerclage Standard Instruments SuperCable Cerclage Tensioning Instrument, w/ ACME Thread SuperCable Cerclage Cable Passer, 40 mm SuperCable Cerclage Cable Passer, 60 mm SuperCable Cerclage Autoclave Case SuperCable® Polymer Iso-ElasticTM Cerclage Optional Instruments SuperCable Cerclage Tensioning Instrument SuperCable Cerclage Tensioning Instrument, w/ 60° Angle SuperCable Cerclage, Angled Cable Passer, 40 mm SuperCable Cerclage, Angled Cable Passer, 60 mm SuperCable Cerclage, Cable Passer, 1.5mm (Single-Use, Sterile-Packed) A clinically proven1-6 polymer cable system providing superior fatigue strength and dynamic compression across healing bone fragments Simple Instrumentation: Tensioning instrument allows for precise tightening and locking of cables as well as sequential retensioning of previously placed cables.17 Quality Care. Clinically Proven. Phone Toll-Free Fax Website 820 Flynn Road, Camarillo, CA 93012-8701 Photo and radiograph courtesy of Bradford Hack, MD, West Coast Orthopedics, Arcadia, CA See SuperCable Trochanteric Grip and Cable-Plate brochure (B00159) for additional implant and instrument items. Quality Care. Clinically Proven. Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Prior to use of a Kinamed device, please review the instructions for use and surgical technique for a complete listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, and directions for use. *Cable made from UHMWPe and Nylon. US Pat. Nos. 6,589,246; 7,207,090; 8,469,967; 9,107,720. Japan Pat. Nos. 4,829,236; 5,938,095. Europe Pat. Nos. 1,389,940; 1,781,961; 2,432,401. Turkey Pat. Nos. TR201309922T4; TR201405440T4. Additional US & World patents pending. © Kinamed® Inc.  20

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KineMatch Patient-Matched PFR - 2

SuperCable® Iso-Elastic™ Polymer Cerclage System Eliminate a Source of Metal Debris and Sharps Hazard “Next Generation” Cerclage This revolutionary polymer cerclage system addresses the limitations of traditional metal cables and wires, which are prone to fretting, fraying and breakage. These metal cable issues can result in loss of fixation, tissue irritation, foreign body migration, increased wear in adjacent joint replacements, and metal toxicity.7-14 The sharp ends on implanted metal cables or wires present a hazard for glove tears and sharps injury to the operating surgeon.15 The...

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KineMatch Patient-Matched PFR - 3

SuperCable® Iso-Elastic™ Polymer Cerclage System Eliminate a Source of Metal Debris and Sharps Hazard “Next Generation” Cerclage This revolutionary polymer cerclage system addresses the limitations of traditional metal cables and wires, which are prone to fretting, fraying and breakage. These metal cable issues can result in loss of fixation, tissue irritation, foreign body migration, increased wear in adjacent joint replacements, and metal toxicity.7-14 The sharp ends on implanted metal cables or wires present a hazard for glove tears and sharps injury to the operating surgeon.15 The...

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Citations related to SuperCable and Cerclage 1. Sarin, Hack (2005). Initial Clinical Results with an Elastic Cerclage Cable for Fracture Treatment. Transactions of ISTA 18th Ann Mtg. Kyoto, Japan. D 2. ella Valle et al (2010). Early Experience with a Novel Non-Metallic Cable in Reconstructive Hip Surgery. Clin Orthop Relat Res 468:2382-2386. Iso-Elastic™ Polymer Cerclage System E 3. dwards et al (2011). Utility of Polymer Cerclage Cables in Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty. Orthopedics. April 2011, Vol 34 No. 4. B 4. erend, Lombardi et al (2014). Polymer Cable/Grip-Plate System with Locking...

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