The Latarjet operation is a surgical procedure used to treat recurrent shoulder dislocations, typically caused by bone loss or a fracture of the glenoid, and was first described by a French Surgeon Dr. Michel Latarjet in 1954 (Also known as Latarjet Bristow procedure).
The BioLatarjet System was designed to help surgeons address the complex issue of anterior glenoid bone loss associated with trauma, bony Bankart, recurrent dislocation or unstable shoulder.
Unique instrumentation helps in making the Latarjet technique more convenient. The Coracoid holding forceps helps in grasping coracoid process and prepare the graft. The curved osteotome is specially designed for coracoid graft retrieval. Retractors provided in the set ensures easy exposure of the joint.LCS cannulated screw, Dia. 3.75mm