Core Essence Orthopaedics, Inc. announced that US FDA has granted 510(k) regulatory approval for SECURUS, a novel knotless suture anchor system used in minimally invasive, arthroscopic surgery. This knotless suture anchor system provides increased flexibility, simplicity, and ease for surgeons seeking to employ minimally invasive techniques in the surgical treatment of rotator cuff repair. SECURUS is a novel implantable platform system that locks down sutures in arthroscopic tendon repair surgeries, particularly high volume shoulder procedures focusing on rotator cuff repair. This suture anchor system is available in 5.5mm and 7.0mm diameters to address varying degrees of bone quality, as well as rescue potential. SECURUS system has a consistent, reproducible bone and suture retention strength, tactile tensioning of sutures (allowing the surgeon to 'feel' the tension in the soft tissue prior to locking the anchor), and is a readily revisable implant system. Unlike most current knotless anchors, SECURUS can be adjusted intraoperatively and even removed and replaced.