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Absorbable sutures:

1. PGA is multifilament (braided) , synthetic absorbable suture. It consists of polyglycolic acid. Thread is coated with biocompatible polycaprolactone. Thanks to its smoothness it penetrates tissues without much friction and with minimal tissue reaction. As it is a multifilament thread it is highly elastic. Thread can be died violet (using dyestuff C. I. Solvent Violet 13) . With lapse of time, gradual loss of strength and process of absorption is visible. Total absorption is ended after 60 - 90 days. Atraumatic combinations of PGA are available with different types of single and double stainless steel needles. Violet colour is used on single and collective packaging.
2. PGA RAPID is multifilament (braided) , synthetic absorbable suture. It consists of polyglycolic acid. Thread is coated with biocompatible polycaprolactone. Thanks to its smoothness, it penetrates tissues without much friction and with minimal tissue reaction. As it is multifilament thread, it is highly elastic. With lapse of time, gradual loss of strength and process of absorption is visible. Total absorption is ended after 42 days. Atraumatic combinations of PGA RAPID are available with different types of single and double stainless steel needles. Light red colour is used on a single and collective packaging.
3. PGLA LACTIC is multifilament synthetic absorbable suture made of glycolic and lactic acid copolymer. It is coated with these acids and calcium stearate. Thanks to the coating it penetrates tissues without much friction and with minimal tissue reaction. Thread can be dyed violet using C. I. Solvent Violet 13. With lapse of time, gradual loss of strength and process of absorption is visible. Total absorption is ended after 56-70 days. Atraumatic combinations of PGLA LACTIC are available with different types of single and double stainless steel needles. Beige colour is used on single and collective
packaging.
4. MONOFAST is monofilament, synthetic absorbable suture. It consists of glycolic acid and caprolactone polymer. Thread can be died violet (using dyestuff C. I. Solvent Violet 13) . Monofast easily penetrates tissues, has high initial tensile strength. With lapse of time, gradual loss of strength and process of absorption is visible. Total absorption is ended after 90  120 days. Atraumatic combinations of MONOFAST are available with different types of single and double stainless steel needles. Light orange colour is used on single and collective packaging.
5. MONOSORB is monofilament synthetic absorbable suture. It consists of polydioxane. Thread can be died violet (using dyestuff C. I. Solvent Violet 13) . Monosorb easily penetrates tissues and is tolerated easily. With lapse of time, gradual loss of strength and process of absorption is visible. Total absorption is ended after 180  210 days. Atraumatic combinations of MONOSORB are available with different types of single and double stainless steel needles. Blue colour is used on single and collective packaging.

Nonabsorbable sutures:

1. NYLON is monofilament nonabsorbable black or blue suture made of polyamide 6 or 6/6. Thanks to its homogeneous and smooth surface it penetrates tissue surface easily. It is flexible and adaptable. It has good knot properties and tensile strength. Green colour is used on single and collective packaging.
2. POLYPROPYLENE is monofilament synthetic nonabsorbable suture. Depending on size, it can be dyed blue or black. Thanks to its homogeneous and smooth surface it penetrates tissue surface easily. It has good tensile strength. Navy blue colour is used on single and collective packaging.
3. POLYESTER is multifilament braided synthetic nonabsorbable suture. It is made of polyester fiber and can be dyed green and undyed. Thread is silicone coated in order to increase smoothness. It penetrates tissue surface easily. Orange colour is used on single and collective packaging.
4. PVDF is monofilament nonabsorbable blue suture made of polyvunyldinefluoride. The kinds of tissues that PVDF can be used for are the same as for polypropylene. The only difference is that PVDF is smoother. Grey colour is used on single and collective packaging.
Brand Name
YAVO
Certifications
CE
Lead Time from Order to Shipment
30 days
Minimum Order Quantity
240 units
Terms of Payment
T/T or P/P
Terms of Sale
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