Medi Supplies Ltd

Surgicryl Polyglactine 910 Sutures


Surgicryl Polyglactine 910 Sutures

Our range of synthetic, braided and coated multifilament Surgicryl Polyglactine 910 Sutures has high tensile strength, breaks down by hydrolysis, gives excellent tissue support, excellent flexibility and knot security, guaranteed seal and product sterility and minimal tissue reaction. Owing to the growing demand of our product in the market, our modest pricing and our prompt delivery services, we have been a major exporter and supplier since years, with our units based in Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

 

Features :

  • Type--- Braided and coated multifilament
  • Composition---- Polyglactine 910, a copolymer made of 90%
  • Glycolide and 10%L-lactide
  • Coating--- Poly-glycolide-co-L-lactide and calcium
  • Stearate--- (<1%)
  • Colour ---Violet
  • Tissue reaction---- Minimal
  • Absorption---- The hydrolytic action by which the material is
  • Broken down results in total absorption
  • Between 56 and 70 days. Between 40% and
  • 50% of tensile strength remain after 21 days.
  • Presentation--- Box with 12 sutures

 

Characteristics :

  •  High tensile strength
  • Synthetic
  • Breaks down by hydrolysis
  • Braided structure
  • Coated multifilament
  • Hermetically sealed packing

 

Benefits :

  • Excellent tissue support
  • Minimal tissue reaction
  • Predictable absorption rate
  • Excellent handling properties, High flexibility, High tensile strength, Excellent knot security
  • Soft passage through the tissues with minimal sawing, tissue drag and trauma Good knot tie down / adjustability
  • Reduced capillary action
  • Guaranteed seal and product sterility

 

Indications :

  • General soft tissue closing and/or ligation especially in General surgery
  • Skin closure
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Plastic surgery
  • Ophthalmic surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Orthopaedics
  • Urology

 

Contraindications:

  • Cardiovascular surgery Neurosurgery
  • Being absorbable not to use when an extended wound support is required.
  • Caution in patients with delayed wound healing (e.g. compromised immune system)