polyglactin 910

polyglactin 910

/poly·glac·tin 910/ (-glak´tin) a filamentous material that is braided and used for absorbable sutures.

polyglactin 910

a synthetic absorbable monofilament surgical suture material, an alternative to catgut.
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A synthetic absorbable braided monofilament surgical suture material made of polyglactin 910, a copolymer consisting of 90% glycoid and 10% l-lactide coated with a liglycolide-co-l-lactide-based coating and calcium stearate
Using 3/0 atraumatic polyglactin 910 (Vicryl; Ethicon, Summerville, NJ, USA), suspension sutures at 3 to 4 mm intervals were made at the mucocutaneous junction of the anus.
The wounds are closed with suction drain with polyglactin 910 for patellar tendon and subcutaneous tissue and staples for skin.
Cesarean incision closure with a braided, polyglactin 910 suture (Vicryl) led to 65% more wound complications than the monofilament poliglecaprone 25 suture (Monocryl), Arin M.
Traditionally moist wound dressing was used as a standard management in wound care but during the last two decades a wide variety of innovative dressings have been introduced which include polyglactin 910 mesh4, honey in diabetic wounds, skin grafting in chronic wounds and VAC therapy techniques.
Prospective randomized trial of polyglactin 910 mesh to prevent recurrence of cystoceles and rectoceles.
4-0 polyglactin 910 (vicryl) without perforating cornea completely.
The diaphragmatic tears were sutured in simple continues pattern with polyglactin 910, 3/0 (Coated Vicryl(c), Ethicon) using no tension.
Closure was by running 5/0 polyglactin 910 (Vicryl) suture (Figure 3).
The serosomuscularis layer was closed with a 3-0 polyglactin 910 in a Connell pattern.
Each component of EVARREST--a Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose (ORC) underlying layer, nonwoven polyglactin 910 fibers needle-punched into the underlying ORC layer to provide increased surface area and mechanical strength and a surface layer of lyophilized human fibrinogen and human thrombin--plays an active role in the hemostasis process.