polydioxanone


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polydioxanone

(pol'ē-dī-oks'ă-nōn),
A synthetic suture material.

polydioxanone

(pol″ē-dī″ok′să-nōn″),

PDO, PDS

A bioabsorable synthetic material used to make self-absorbing sutures.

polydioxanone

a polymer of paradioxanone, used in a monofilament suture material.
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42632 Synthetic Absorable Sutures Pds Ii Polydioxanone With Triclosan Monofilament Violet 1/2 Circle Taper Point Rb-1 17 Mm, 70 Cm Size 4-0 36 Foils Per Box Usa Fda Approved.
5) and interrupted polydioxanone, (Johnson & Johnson Ethicon[R]) sutures to reinforce the repair, both in the split raphe and at the distal tendon insertion.
Suture loops (3-0 polydioxanone suture, PDS, Ethicon, Somerville, NJ, USA) were placed at both ends of the mobilized vein, and the incision was covered with a moistened swab.
The polymers include aliphatic polyesters reinforced with bio-absorbable, biocompatible elastomers such as ecaprolactone and glycolide copolymers reinforced with a polydioxanone mesh.
Polydioxanone is a material known and used in medicine for many years.
The sternotomy was closed with interrupted polydioxanone (PDS) sutures in all cases (Fig.
Healing process of cartilage attached to a polydioxanone implant [in German].
RPP tekniginde uretrovezi-kal anastomoz cift igneli 4/0 Polydioxanone (PDS) dikis materyali ile mesane boynuncla saat 11-1 hizasmdan chstan ice gecirilen membranoz uretranm karsl gelen kadranlarmdan icten chisa ile baslanarak 18F Foley kateter mesaneye gonderildikten sonra her bir igne ile sagdan ve soldan devamh dikis teknigi ile saat 6 hizasina kadar devam edilerek gerceklestirildi.
Bioresorbable materials, including polyglycolic acid, polydioxanone, polylactic acid and polycaprolactone, are more compatible with surrounding tissues and the body's own natural healing processes.
Drugs are incorporated into the fiber according to device performance requirements using a combination of commercially available polymer components, including polylactic acid and polydioxanone.
0 absorbable sutures and securing them in position using absorbable polydioxanone polymer suture clips, the Lapra-TY (Ethicon, Endosurgery, Cincinnati, OH).
In five patients, endarterectomy was performed on the internal carotid artery and the arteriotomy was closed primarily using continuous polydioxanone 5-0 sutures.