Monofilament Polypropylene Suture Box
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Polyethylene Suture (UHMWPE)

As a distinguished manufacturer of non-absorbable sutures, we take pride in offering a wide range of high-quality, durable sutures designed to meet the rigorous demands of various surgical procedures. Our products are crafted from the finest materials, ensuring maximum strength, reduced tissue reaction, and exceptional performance.

With a focus on innovation and quality, we cater to the needs of healthcare professionals globally, providing reliable solutions for long-term tissue support and wound closure. Whether your practice specializes in general surgery, orthopedics, cardiovascular procedures, or any other field where non-absorbable sutures are essential, we are equipped to supply sutures that align with your specific needs.

Our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction drives us to continually improve and expand our product line. For more information about our non-absorbable sutures and how we can support your surgical needs, please contact us today. We are here to provide you with sutures that aid in superior patient care and successful surgical outcomes.

Non absorbable suture material is a type of surgical thread that is not absorbed by the body after it is used. This means that it will continue to remain in the body for a period of time, usually several weeks or months. This can be advantageous in some situations, such as when patients need to have stitches removed from their body at a later date.

The most common type of non-absorbable suture is nylon, which is strong and flexible enough to be used with most types of soft tissue. Nylon can be dyed different colors so that it blends in with surrounding skin when it’s being used for cosmetic purposes rather than for medical ones; however, this does not affect the quality of the product itself.

Non absorbable sutures are made of synthetic materials that do not break down in the body. They are used to hold a wound closed or to reinforce an area of tissue to prevent tearing.

Non absorbable sutures are used to hold tissues together after an incision has been made. They are often made out of nylon, but they can also be made out of other materials such as polypropylene or polyester. The type of material used depends on what kind of tissue it will be holding together and how long you want the stitches to last before they dissolve naturally over time.


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At Unisur Lifecare, we provide supreme quality products for all markets, with the right kind of packaging and at the same time ensuring that we provide at competitive prices resulting in a win-win situation.

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