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2 Sizes of Toggle Pins with Cross-holes

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Toggle pins are placed medial to the acetabular wall to anchor suture. The cross-hole sizes are compatible with most commonly used sizes of suture material.

Implant quality 316LVM, stainless steel

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Depending on the size of suture used, the required acetabular wall drill bit may be approximately the same size as the toggle pin or up to 1-2 millimeters larger (to allow for large suture). The blunt end of a suture passer can be used to assist with final passage of the toggle pin through the acetabular wall. Femoral neck drill bit diameter should not risk mechanical or biologic damage to the femoral neck.


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Part No. Diameter Hole Dimension Length Suture Size Accepted
Part No. Diameter (mm): 2.7 mm0.079 in Hole Dimension: 1.1 mm0.039 in Length (mm): 10 mm0.394 in Suture Size Accepted: 40 lb. & #2
Part No. Diameter (mm): 3.2 mm0.118 in Hole Dimension: 1.1 mm0.039 in Length (mm): 14 mm0.551 in Suture Size Accepted: 60 lb. & #2
Part No. Diameter (mm): 4.0 mm0.157 in Hole Dimension: 1.9 mm0.039 in Length (mm): 18 mm0.709 in Suture Size Accepted: 80 lb. & #5

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