Surgical Braided Silk Suture



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Each Package Includes - Box With 12 Packs Of Black Braided Silk Suture + Needle

# Material: Silk Bombyx Mori
# Color: Black
# Coating: Silicone
# Length: 75.0cm
# Absorption: Non-absorbable
# USP Ranges: 3-0, 4-0 and 5-0
# Sterilization: EO (Ethylene Oxide)
# Needle Type: 3/8 Circle 20.0mm Reverse Cutting Needle
# Manufactured for GDT Implants


Black Braided Silk Suture is a sterile, non-absorbable surgical suture composed of an organic protein called Fibroin, This protein is received from the domesticated species Bombyx mori (B. More) from the family Bombycidae.
The high technology applied to braiding this suture guarantees a compact thread with high tensile strength, which provides a longer period of tissue support.
It is, possibly, the most comfortable suture material to handle and knot.
Silk threads are treated with silicone to reduce their capillarity and are stained black to promote their visibility
  • High strength and tension maintained over time
  • Minimal tissue reactivity
  • Exceptional for skin closures.


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