• Sutumed Surgical Sutures

    HIGH TENSILE STRENGTH

    Absorbables and Non Absorbables surgical sutures

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    SILICONIZED NEEDLES

    Siliconized needles providing reduced tissue penetration force

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    U-FILO®

    U-FILO TECHNOLOGY - Provides appropriate behavior causing minimal tissue reaction

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    QUALITY CONTROL

    Individual quality control guarantee the requirements of the surgeons

  • Medica Sutumed
  • CE and FDA Certificates
  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglactyn 910). Thread braided or monofilament. Lactide copolymer suture and glycolic coated polyglactin 370 and calcium stearate. The absorption of this suture is complete within 70 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Suture fast absorption. Braided thread. Glycolide and lactic polymer coated polyglactin 370, calcium stearate and tryclosan. It is absorbed by hydrolysis in 40 days.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polydioxanone). Monofilament thread. Made of polyester polymer. The absorption of this suture is complete within 230 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Absorbable suture (polyglecaprone). Monofilament thread. Glycolic copolymer and epsilon caprolactone. The absorption of this suture is complete within 120 days being absorbed by hydrolysis.

  •  General Nonabsorbable nylon suture. Monofilament thread. Suture made from long chain aliphatic polymers Nylon. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  •  General Nonabsorbable silk suture. Stranded strand. Made of an organic protein fibroin name. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  •  General Nonabsorbable polypropylene suture. Monofilament thread. Suture made crystalline isotactic polypropylene stereoisomer. It is not absorbed, it is gradually encapsulated by tissue.

  •  General Our surgical sutures are made of high quality supplies from Europe. It is used in interventions that require great resistance, such as in the fastening of the abdominal wall, cardiothoracic surgery. (2) It is extraordinarily inert in tissue and has been found to retain tensile strength for up to two years in vivo. (2)