Camark Sutures

Polyester Surgical Sutures

POLYESTER Surgical Suture is a non-absorbable multifilament suture, which is made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a biologically inert material causing minimal tissue reaction. Fibers are dyed in green with D&C Green No. 6 coloring agent. The suture is coated with silicone to make its surface smoother and uniform.

It is characterized by a higher tensile strength than silk and a reduced risk of tissue reactions.

Features

  • Excellent initial and prolonged durability
  • Low risk of reactions – Biocompatible
  • Strong knotting
  • Easy and flexible thread
  • Available in huge range of combinations with needles of exceptional quality, performance and durability

Polypropylene Surgical Sutures

POLYPROPYLENE Surgical Suture is a synthetic, non-absorbable monofilament suture. It is particularly biocompatible with the tissues with easy removal from the patient. Because it does not degrade and does not attenuate, it offers a high resistance to the tissue compaction. Also due to its monofilament property it is indicated for use in areas prone to bacteria.

Features

  • Easily tissue penetration
  • Secured knots
  • High tensile strength
  • Low microbial load
  • Low tissue reaction
  • Available in huge range of combinations with needles of exceptional quality, performance and durability
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