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Tetrous Announces First Surgical Procedures Using EnFix Tac™ Demineralized Bone Fiber Implants to Enhance Enthesis Healing in Rotator Cuff Repair

LOS ANGELES, May 8, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- TETROUS, INC., a leading regenerative medicine company today announced that it has completed the first surgical cases using EnFix TAC™, its latest product that expands its line of EnFix™ implants to cover every surgical technique for rotator cuff repair.

The EnFix technology utilizes proprietary demineralized cortical bone fibers to yield an osteoinductive and osteoconductive implant that promotes optimal biologic healing at the bone-to-tendon interface, resulting in reformation of the enthesis. With strong pre-clinical data and promising early clinical results showing healing at the bone-to-tendon interface, there is growing evidence supporting the applicability of the EnFix technology to address the unmet need for technology that can improve on the weak repair at the enthesis that is driving the high surgical failure rates in rotator cuff repairs.

The EnFix TAC is the second offering in the EnFix family of implants and is available in two configurations, TAC-O and TAC-T, to accommodate the varied availability of bony real estate based on the size of the rotator cuff tear. While the EnFix RC™ is designed to be used with suture anchors, the EnFix TAC options are specifically designed to deliver the same enthesis healing properties in a graft that is intended for use independent of a suture anchor or with all-suture anchors

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