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Instruments designed with cleaning in mind
Andreas Weiler, MD, PhD, of Sporthopaedicum Straching, offers an overview of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction using the autologous tendon, which has become a standard procedure in today’s practice of arthroscopic knee surgery.
Prof. Dr. Michael J. Strobel or Sporthopaedicum Straching (Germany), describes key steps in knee arthroscopy procedures. The discussion begins with preparation and positioning of the knee joint for achieving successful arthroscopic access.
This video, featuring Dr. Dominique F. Gazielly, explains the fundamental considerations of shoulder arthroscopy, Discussion includes necessary equipment and OR preparations, and describes anterior conventional acromioplasty, arthroscopic calcium deposit
Articular lesions can form as a result of sports injuries or degenerative changes that are relatively common throughout the general population. KARL STORZ has developed a variety of endoscopic instruments, implants, and related systems for treating large joints, such as the shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee, as well as smaller joints, such as the wrist and ankle. Typical procedures include joint reconstruction, joint fixation, tendon grafts, and endoscopic treatment of calcaneal spurs. KARL STORZ arthroscopy instruments are cleverly designed to achieve an uncompromising level of cleanliness. No other instruments combine such comfort, precision, and durability while providing such a confident “next-level clean.”