absorbable suture material

absorbable suture material

suture material broken down by tissue enzymes; loses 30% tensile strength within 14 days; fully absorbed within 90-120 days
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After controlling the bleeding, the skin and mucosa were sutured using 5/0 absorbable suture material.
Hemorrhage control was performed with the thermocautery device, and the skin-mucosa integrity was ensured using 5/0 absorbable suture material (Fig.
Once these things are done we close the extraction site with a synthetic absorbable suture material that will break down on its own from two to four weeks post-op.
There were no complications and the quality of scar was the same at the end of 6 months and recommended the use of absorbable suture material.
The tracheal anastomosis was performed with simple interrupted pattern using synthetic absorbable suture material.
NASDAQ:LUKN) Tuesday announced that it will be introducing its new synthetic absorbable suture material into the market during the first quarter of 1997.
Then peritoneum and muscle were sutured with absorbable suture material.
There was, however, a higher incidence of wound infection and incisional hernia formation when braided absorbable suture material was used.
The skin was sutured with horizontal mattress pattern using non absorbable suture material (Fig.
The ring was then closed by placing a series of overlapping mattress sutures through its edges using heavy silk non absorbable suture material (Fig.
1 absorbable suture material while putting the suture it was insured that the colonic serosa, muscularis and submucosa were incorporated in each suture.
Absorbable suture materials for primary repair of episiotomy and second degree tears.