By Keith M. Baumgarten MD, Rick W. Wright MD
Featuring greater than 260 images and easy-to-follow defined directions, this handbook is the 1st step by step "how-to" advisor to arthroscopic knot tying. The authors clarify the major strategies at the back of arthroscopic knot tying, exhibit the right way to carry the suture and use a number of the knot-tying units, and display all of the steps essential to tie a biomechanically sound arthroscopic knot.
The e-book covers 30 arthroscopic knots which are applicable for repairing accidents of the shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle. exact directions for tying each one knot are provided part by way of aspect with transparent pictures depicting each one step.
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When using PDS II No. 1 suture, the Lieurance-Modified Roeder performed the worst compared to the Duncan loop, Revo knot, Tennessee Slider, and Savoie-Roeder. It is important to note that statistical significance was not reached in either of the above trials (23 ). 46 Laparoscopic Roeder Knot (Fig. 27) FIGURE 27. 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.
O Switch posts. o Throw an underhand loop on the original post again. Tension with the knot pusher. Duncan Loop The Duncan loop (27 ) was originally described in the fishing literature (Uni-Knot; 36 ) and has been modified for use in arthroscopic surgery. The arthroscopic Duncan loop is also known as the Fisherman's knot (2 ) or the Hangman's knot (28 ). The difference between the fishing knot and the arthroscopic knot is the direction the loop strand travels around the post. When tying the fishing Duncan loop, one wraps the loop limb around the post in a direction away from the joint.
Pass the tail of the loop strand through the small circle created by the loop strand that is held between the thumb and index finger (Fig. 22C ). Pull on the loop limb and post limb simultaneously to tighten the knot (Fig. 22D ). Advance the knot by pulling on the post limb and simultaneously pushing the knot with the knot pusher on the post limb (Fig. 22E ). Lock the knot with a series of three alternating half hitches with post switching (Fig. 22F ). o Throw an underhand loop on the original post.
Arthroscopic Knot Tying: An Instruction Manual by Keith M. Baumgarten MD, Rick W. Wright MD