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Medical equipment

The problem of healing accidental or intentional wounds (surgical wounds) constituted a major and permanent problem for surgery since ancient times.
The wound repair process is a complex biological process, unspecific and common to the majority of the animal species. It preserves "the self" of an organism, it's survival and thereby and finally  the survival of the species.
After the half of the twentieth century, technological advances allowed the manufacturing of a wide range of suture materials, synthetic, absorbable and nonabsorbable, braided multifilaments or monofilaments. Parallel with this development, research has been and is still conducted in improving surgical needles, especially those needles that are nontraumatic. The shape of the needle had significantly changed in time, being conceived by purpose (triangular for easy tissue penetration and round for minimizing tissue trauma)
so that nowadays surgical needles are available in a variety of shapes and sizes from common to those for microvascular surgery.


  • Non resorbable surgical suture monofilament wire and surgical suture material (surgical suture wire and atraumatic needle)
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