Surgical Suture for Wound Closure
Surgical suture is a medical, needle-thread combination that is used in operating theatres or general surgeries to close open wounds. When it comes to medical suture, there are various basic attributes to differentiate between:
Surgical suture that desolves on it's own, without needing to be manually removed, is known as reabsorbant suture. If the threads need to be manually removed from the wound after a few days, then this is known as non-absorbant suture.
An additional difference comes in the composition of the thread. Surgical suture that is exclusively comprised of one thread is known as monofilament suture, whereas suture with multiple threads is known as plaited or polyfilament suture.
A Wide Range of Name Brand Suture
At Praxisdienst, you may purchase from a nice selection of surgical suture from B.Braun or Ethicon, at great prices. These products consist of ready-to-use, individually sterile packaged, needle-thread combinations of various lengths, strengths and various needle types.