braided sutures

braided sutures

absorbable or non-absorbable plaited surgical sutures; more flexible and slip less than monofilament, but may provoke tissue reaction
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atraumatic braided sutures for the filing of the valve, consisting of: two atraumatic needles, with the shape of the body of a needle in the form of a square with rounded corners and a cutting tip of the point * bent on 4/8 (1/2) circles, needles made of corrosion-resistant steel, colored woven non-absorbable polyester wool with a homogeneous silicone coating metric size 2 (conditional size (usp) 3-0).
One important factor in the development of SSI is bacterial colonisation of suture material, especially on braided sutures and around suture knots.
Prior to insertion of the final humeral implant, two drill holes are made on either side of the lesser tuberosity inferiorly, and two #2 braided sutures are passed through these holes for inferior subscapularis repair.
Braiding, where yarns are moved around a central point on a machine to produce a textile, has long been a mainstay of the industry, as evidenced by the popularity of braided sutures in the medical field.
The RotorLoc is pre-loaded with two #2 braided sutures that slide easily and are prevented from binding to each other by sliding channels that separate them.
PACKAGE 1 Surgical, synthetic, absorbent, braided sutures made of synthetic polyester composed of glycolide and lactide-glycol and lactic acid derivative, coated with a mixture of caprolactone copolymer (glycolide and stearic-lactide lactide, monofilament absorbed, composed of glycol acid copolymer and trimethylene carbonate .