VCP417H: 2-0 Vicryl PLUS (Antibacterial) undyed 27" SH taper
|Price:||$99.00 per box of 36|
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|In Stock:||20 box of 36|
|Expiration:||02-2018 (or later)|
GL323 - Size: 2-0
$100.00 per box of 36
Exp: 08-2017 (or later)
Units in stock: 16 box of 36
GL323 - Size: 2-0
$2.50 per packet
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Exp: 05-2018 (or later)
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J417H - Size: 2-0
$141.00 per box of 36
Exp: 01-2019 (or later)
Units in stock: 20 box of 36
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VICRYL™ Plus Antibacterial (polyglactin 910) Suture
Coated VICRYL Plus Antibacterial (Polyglactin 910) Suture is a synthetic absorbable, sterile, surgical suture composed of a copolymer made from 90% glycolide and 10% L-lactide. The suture contains Irgacare MP (triclosan), a broad-spectrum antibacterial agent.
Coated VICRYL Plus Antibacterial Suture is indicated for use in general soft tissue approximation and/or ligation, except for ophthalmic, cardiovascular and neurological tissues.
Coated VICRYL™ Plus Antibacterial (polyglactin 910) Sutures offer benefits in a range of surgical applications, including
- Predictable breaking strength retention (BSR) profile to provide support for 14 to 28 days while tissues heal
- Provides protection against colonization of the suture by bacteria commonly associated with SSIs, including
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Staphylococcus epidermidis
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus epidermidis (MRSE)
- Smooth tissue passage, exceptional handling, and knot security
- Multifilament design provides greater pliability than monofilament sutures and unsurpassed knot security
- Proprietary suture coating lowers tissue drag compared with standard braided sutures, and ensures easy knot sliding and knot positioning
- Hydrolytic process elicits only a slight tissue reaction during absorption
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ETHICON™ Suture Needles
Carefully selecting a surgical suture needle is a critical component in achieving excellent wound closure outcomes. The ideal surgical needle should be:
- Sharp enough to penetrate and carry suture through tissue with minimal resistance
- Slim as possible without compromising strength
- Rigid to resist bending, yet ductile to resist breaking
- Stable in the grasp of the needleholder
Ethicon offers over 200 types of surgical suture needles, allowing clinicians great flexibility to select the most appropriate needle for the specific needs of the tissue being repaired.