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Problem

Security or efficiency? For years surgeons have been forced to choose. The whip stitch is efficient, but shreds the tissue. The locking Krackow stitch provides security, but at the cost of time.

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Results from testing on cadaver tissue, data on file, TR-017

Solution

Surgeons shouldn't have to choose between efficiency and security.

That's why we created the EasyWhip™, a simple product that gives surgeons the power to customize the stitch based on the needs of each patient.

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Versatility in Hand

The novel two-part needle design allows for flexibility not possible with conventional suturing needles. With EasyWhip™ surgeons can choose between a whip stitch, our proprietary WhipLock™ stitch, or switch between methods to create a hybrid pattern.

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Whip Stitch

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WhipLock™

Stitch

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Hybrid Pattern

How to Use EasyWhip™

CONNECT

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PASS

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SEPARATE

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LOCK

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EasyWhip™ is indicated for use in approximation and/or ligation of soft tissues, including the use of allograft tissue for orthopedic surgeries.

Graft on the back table

For the first time, the user can whip stitch tissue that is clamped to the prep stand on both ends. 

Stitching in Situ

The assistant only has to hold the clamps in one place, avoiding the fumbling allis clamp dance.

Standard of Care Applications
for Orthopedic Suturing 

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BRINGING EFFICIENCY & VALUE

Early Market Success

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Pattern-Right

It made stitching easier. I didn’t have to ask the tech to hold
the end of the graft for me.

-Braxton Childers, PA-C, Sports Medicine