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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Synthetic resorbable monofilament surgical suture based on polydioxanone for high-tech
The tracheal ends (approximately 1 cm in diameter) were anastomosed with 3/0 polydioxanone (PDS II; Ethicon, Scottsdale, AZ, USA) by placing 5 evenly-spaced, simple interrupted sutures.
Closure of midline laparotomy incisions with polydioxanone and nylon: the importance of suture technique.
Intestinal continuity was restored with end-to-end, single layer anastomoses with 7/0 polydioxanone sutures.
Delayed--absorbable monofilament polydioxanone suture (PDS) also decreased the risk, compared with nonabsorbable braided suture (Ethibond Excel) for vaginal mesh attachment.
The wound is closed by layers using polydioxanone 1 surgical sutures.
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For symmastia correction, the lower web-like soft tissue was removed from the overlying presternal skin and subdermal sutures were applied along the inframammary fold with 3-0 polydioxanone sutures on each side through reduction mammoplasty.
Nasal layer was reconstructed with 5/0 polydioxanone after raising circumferential 4 to 5 mm rim of the local mucoperiosteal flap (Figure-2).
The vaginal vault defect was closed, and a vaginopexy to the sacrospinous ligament was performed using polydioxanone.
Corner sutures were taken first then posterior wall anastomosis was performed in a running fashion with 4-0 polydioxanone suture.