PDS Suture material

PDS suture an antibacterial coated suture used in abdominal wall closure, fascia, etc.

It absorbs lately up to 90 days.

Absorbable suture material with monofilament material

PDS-Polydioxanone suture

Benefits of Suture 

Improved Patient comfort

PDS retrains its strength up to 6 weeks after surgery

Smooth continuous techniques and less bacterial harboring on the suture line

Uses

Closing fascia in midline incisions

Monofilament suture

Antibacterial protection

Mass absorption by hydrolysis and absorbs completely in approximately 182 to 238 days

Complication of PDS suture

A common complication in the Polydioxone sutureskin closure material

Surgical Site Infection

Wound Dehiscence

Incisional Hernia

The main risk of bacterial colonization and biofilm formation

list of bacterial colonization

Staphylococcus aureus

Staphylococcus epidermis

MRSE aureus

MRSE epidermis

Escherichia coli

Klebsiella pneumoniae

 

Sterilization

Sterilization methods used in Ethylene oxide sterilization methods

Re-Sterilization is not recommended after opening the suture material

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