Non Absorbable Sutures

These sutures cannot be absorbed by the body; therefore, a second procedure is required in order to remove or replace them with absorbable sutures that have a lower risk for infection, even though they tend to form keloid scars. These sutures can be of single filament, known as monofilament or twisted / braided filaments known as multifilament. ...

These sutures cannot be absorbed by the body; therefore, a second procedure is required in order to remove or replace them with absorbable sutures that have a lower risk for infection, even though they tend to form keloid scars. These sutures can be of single filament, known as monofilament or twisted / braided filaments known as multifilament. Moreover, they can be of natural or synthetic origin.

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Non Absorbable Sutures 

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  •  General Nonabsorbable nylon suture. Monofilament thread. Suture made from long chain aliphatic polymers Nylon. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  •  General Nonabsorbable silk suture. Stranded strand. Made of an organic protein fibroin name. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  •  General Nonabsorbable polypropylene suture. Monofilament thread. Suture made crystalline isotactic polypropylene stereoisomer. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  • Sutumed SutuFIBER - Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Available size range: USP 2 - 2/0 Available colors: White, White/Green, White/Blue, White/Violet, White/Black For easier visualization, identification and motion detection

  • Specialty Needle Silicone needle, which allows a single pass through the tissues Designed to keep its edger after several passes Needle of suitable size for each thread gauge

  • Specialty Needle Silicone needle, which allows a single pass through the tissues Designed to keep its edger after several passes Needle of suitable size for each thread gauge

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