By Keith M. Baumgarten MD, Rick W. Wright MD
Featuring greater than 260 pictures and easy-to-follow defined directions, this handbook is the 1st step by step "how-to" consultant to arthroscopic knot tying. The authors clarify the major innovations in the back of arthroscopic knot tying, exhibit how one can carry the suture and use many of the knot-tying units, and show all of the steps essential to tie a biomechanically sound arthroscopic knot.
The booklet covers 30 arthroscopic knots which are acceptable for repairing accidents of the shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle. special directions for tying every one knot are offered part by way of aspect with transparent images depicting each one step.
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Fig. 17H ). The Original Revo knot has been shown to have superior biomechanical properties compared to the Overhand Throw, has similar biomechanical properties when compared with the Duncan loop and the Taut line hitch (25 ), and has inferior biomechanical properties when compared to the French knot (22 ). 28 Snyder's Knot (Fig. 18) FIGURE 18. A-J. Snyder's knot. FIGURE 18. (Continued) Snyder's knot (SxS//SxS//S) is another variation of the Revo knot (26 ). It consists of two reversed half hitches on an identical post followed by post switching and two reversed half hitches followed by a post switch with an additional half hitch.
A-F. Laparoscopic Roeder knot. This version of the Roeder knot (33 ) has not been described in the arthroscopic literature. Furthermore, it has not been compared biomechanically to other arthroscopic knots. However, it is a sliding knot that potentially could be used in arthroscopic surgery and has been included in this manual so it can be compared with the other modifications of the Roeder knot that are used in arthroscopic surgery. The post limb should be one half the length of the loop limb.
48 Tennessee Slider (Fig. 28) FIGURE 28. A-F. Tennessee Slider. The Tennessee slider (27 ) is a bunt-line hitch, a knot initially used in sailing, with half hitches thrown in alternate directions on opposite posts. The post limb should be approximately half the length of the loop limb. Throw the loop over and around the post limb (Fig. 28A ). Again, throw the loop strand around the post limb closer to the joint than the preceding loop (Fig. 28B ). Pass the tail of the loop strand through the initial loop (Fig.
Arthroscopic Knot Tying: An Instruction Manual by Keith M. Baumgarten MD, Rick W. Wright MD