vicryl


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vicryl

synthetic, slowly absorbed surgical suture material made of copolymer of lactide and glycolide, available as a braided suture.
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A 3/0 vicryl suture material was taken and first bite started from the margin of orbit and outer conjunctiva of third eyelid, then needle was taken medially at the end of elliptical incision.
The fascial defect as well as the peritoneum was closed routinely at the umbilical port site with vicryl '0' on 'J' shaped needle.
After a few minutes, the round window opening was obliterated with muscle, and the incision was sutured with 4-0 Vicryl Rapide polyglactin in all 3groups.
In recent years, Prolene and Vicryl sutures have been widely used in biliary surgery, and bile duct stone formation related to sutures are seemingly becoming rare, as there has only been one report of bile duct stone formation caused by Prolene sutures in the literature.
Out of these 25 cases that showed poor healing, the suture combinations used in deeper and superficial layers were catgut and mersilk in 10 cases; catgut and ethilon in 8 cases, vicryl and mersilk in 5 cases, vicryl and ethilon in 2 cases.
The bowel segments were divided with an Endo GIA stapler and then the integrity of the bowel was restored by a running 3/0 vicryl stitch in a single layer.
Midline plication of the fibromuscular layer was done with buttressing 2-0 absorbable vicryl suture.
A vicryl suture (polyglactin 910) has excellent handling properties and knot security, retaining 50% tensile strength at approximately 7 days with complete absorption by 42 days.
They were prospectively randomly selected to have staple, silk, prolene or vicryl rapide for closure of their scalp incision.
And yes, I was intending to compare chromic suture with Vicryl.
Emergency department repair of hand lacerations using absorbable vicryl sutures.