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Sutures, Synthetic, Absorbable, Poliglecaprone

Definition : Synthetic sutures made of polyglecaprone, an absorbable (i.e., biodegradable) polymer prepared from a copolymer of the glycolide epsilon caprolactone. These sutures are typically available in sterile monofilament uncoated thread sections (e.g., 18, 30 in [45, 76 cm] long) attached to a single-use needle as an integral device; they are frequently colored for easy identification during surgery. Polyglecaprone absorbable synthetic sutures keep their tensile strength for less than 3 weeks, and complete absorption occurs in 90 days; their intended use includes general soft tissue approximation (but not cardiovascular or neurologic tissues) and vessel ligation.

Entry Terms : "Sutures, Poliglecaprone" , "Polyglecaprone Sutures" , "Poliglecaprone Sutures" , "Sutures, Monocryl" , "Sutures, Monofilament" , "Monocryl Sutures" , "Monofilament Sutures" , "Sutures, Polyglecaprone"

UMDC code : 20884

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Osteogenics Biomedical Inc

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Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Lubbock, TX, Osteogenics Biomedical has grown into a leader in the dental bone grafting industry, serving Periodontists, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and clinicians involved in regenerative and implant dentistry throughout the world.

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