Absorbable Sutures

Sutures are used in different procedures. The most common is tissue approximation and temporarily ligation of blood vessels. These procedures as well as the characteristics of each feature may make the properties and characteristics of each strand vary in order to be able to suit the required intervention. That is why the sutures may be degrade...

Sutures are used in different procedures. The most common is tissue approximation and temporarily ligation of blood vessels. These procedures as well as the characteristics of each feature may make the properties and characteristics of each strand vary in order to be able to suit the required intervention. That is why the sutures may be degraded or hydrolyzed (as synthetic sutures).

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Absorbable Sutures 

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  •  General Suture fast absorption. Braided thread. Glycolide and lactic polymer coated polyglactin 370, calcium stearate and tryclosan. It is absorbed by hydrolysis in 40 days.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglactyn 910). Thread braided or monofilament. Lactide copolymer suture and glycolic coated polyglactin 370 and calcium stearate. The absorption of this suture is complete within 70 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Absorbable suture. Monofilament thread. Collagen from sheep and cattle. The suture is absorbed by a 70 day protolithic digestive enzyme process, which depend on the state of the biological defenses of the patient.

  •  General Absorbable suture. Monofilament thread. Collagen from sheep and cattle with chromium coating. It is absorbed in 90 days by proteolytic digestive enzyme process. Depending on the state of biological defenses of the patient.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polydioxanone). Monofilament thread. Made of polyester polymer. The absorption of this suture is complete within 230 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglecaprone). Monofilament thread. Glycolic copolymer and epsilon caprolactone. The absorption of this suture is complete within 120 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglactyn 910). Braided thread or monofilament. Lactide copolymer suture and glycolic coated polyglactin 370 and calcium stearate. The absorption of this suture is complete within 70 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Fast absorption sutures. Braided thread. Glycoside and lactic polymer coated polyglactin 370, calcium stearate and triclosan. Absorption by hydrolysis between 56 and 70 days.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polydioxanone). Monofilament thread. Made of polyester polymer. The absorption of this suture is complete within 230 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglecaprone). Monofilament thread. Glycolic fact copolymer and epsilon caprolactone. The absorption of this suture is complete within 120 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

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