We offer laser welded Stelus sutures. Our comprehensive range of Stelus – Monofilament 316 L Stainless Steel Suture is composed of 316L stainless steel conforming to ASTM Standard F138 Grade 2 “Stainless steel bar and wire for surgical implants. This type of suture is the preferred choice of surgeons as these meet all operational norms. Steel sutures are the most inert among all suture materials and provide maximum tensile strength. Stelus – Monofilament 316 L Stainless Steel Suture is preferred for use in abdominal wound closure, intestinal astomosis, hernia repair, sternal closure and also for certain orthopedic procedures (cerclage or tendon repair).The use of these sutures is contraindicated in patients with known sensitivities or allergies to steel and/or its principal metallic components, chromium and nickel. Additionally, the presence of steel may interfere with certain radiodiagnostics and its use is contraindicated where radio transparency of suture material is required. This range of suture have negligible acute inflammatory reaction in tissue and are not absorbed.
We offer an outstanding quality range of non-absorbable sutures, the Nylus – Black Monofilament Polyamide Suture. It offers smooth passage through tissue because of low frictional co-efficiency and excellent elasticity. Its knot pull strength and needle swage strength are greater then USP limits. In addition, it has superior cutting needles which are excellent for use in plastic surgery. The Nylus is ideal for use in skin closures
We offer an outstanding quality range of non absorbable sutures, the Prolus – Blue Monofilament Polypropylene Suture. The range has excellent high tensile strength. Its knot pull strength exceeds USP limits. Being smooth in texture in its material it offers minimal tissue trauma. This Prolus sutures is used in cardiovascular surgery and is straight packed to minimize memory. This type of suture offers secured knot tying. The product is packed using Tyvek paper for extra security.
A very common nonabsorbable suture offered by us is the Silkus – Black Braided Silk Suture that is coated with silicon to allow easy passage through tissue, limit absorption and increase ductility. This type of suture has great knot pull strength and needle swage strength greater than USP limits. The range is packed using Tyvek paper for extra security. It is dyed black for better visibility. Although Silkus is classified as a non-absorbable suture, it loses most of its tensile strength in one year. Silk being a natural fiber produces an inflammatory reaction, which is followed by gradual encapsulation of the suture by fibrous connective tissue. Besides, even though Silkus is classified as a non-absorbable suture, it gets completely absorbed in 2 years. Hence, it can be considered as a very slow absorbing suture.
Among the vast range of non-absorbable sutures manufactured by us the Esterlus – Braided Coated Polyester Suture is a very significant component. This type of suture is coated with silicon that helps in easy passage through the tissue with minimal trauma. It has excellent strength & handling properties. These sutures are dyed for good visibility in the surgical arena. The Esterlus – Braided Coated Polyester Suture is flexible and elongates to support optional knotting. In addition, it has smooth tie-down properties.