Silk 3/0 USP 2 MET 3/8 Cutting 18 mm 30" - 75 cm thread SILK Black Silk Braid Waxed.. Product #: 25288Box Regular price: $105.00 $105.00 10

Silk 3/0 USP 2 MET 3/8 Cutting 18 mm 30" - 75 cm thread

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SILK

Black Silk braid waxed

Needle: Cutting 18mm

Thread: 30" - 75 cm

Thread Color: Black

Usp: 3/0 Met 2

Box: 36

Ref:25288

 BLACK BRAIDED SILK COATED WITH NATURAL WAX

 No capillary

Very soft, easy to tie

No memory

Well tolerated 

 

DESIGNATION

NON ABSORBABLE SURGICAL SUTURE, WAXED SILK BRAID 

 

INDICATIONS
SOIE / SILK sutures are used in general surgery, in ENT, in dental surgery, in neurological surgery and in stomatology surgery.

 

COMPOSITION

Silk is obtained by braiding of a variable number of silk strands, depending on the desired thickness, and coated by natural wax. 

 

CHARACTERISTICS

Black thread :

Dye stuff: black CI 75290 FDA approved for the dying of silk thread, Diameters: from USP 6/0 (0.7 EP) to USP 2 (5 EP),
Lengths: 45 cm, 60 cm, 75 cm, 90 cm, 150 cm (on request) and 250 cm.

Needles:

Stainless steel,
Curvatures: 1/2, 3/8 and straight, Points: taper and cutting Lengths: from 9 mm to 65 mm.

Suture with or without needle, single armed.

STERILIZATION/ EXPIRY DATE

Sterilized with ethylene oxide.

Period of validity: 5 years from the date of sterilization.

WASHING & DECONTAMINATION

Single use product.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

SOIE / SILK sutures should not be used when prolonged strength is required.
The use of silk suture is contraindicated in patients with known sensitivities or allergies to silk.

Under no circumstances must these sutures be in contact, even temporarily, with the central circulatory system or the central nervous system.

CLASSIFICATION

Class II b
European and American Pharmacopoeia: conform to the monograph relative to non-absorbable sutures.

French manufacturer

Peters Surgical is certified ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and ISO 11135-1, the products are made according to the European

directives 93/42/EEC of the council in June 14 1993 relative to the medical preview. 

 

 

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