Monofilament Polypropylene Suture, Universal Sutures Products

Polypropylene Suture (When Life depends on the thread)

Monofilament Polypropylene Suture (UNILENE) is a nonabsorbable sterile surgical suture composed of an isostatic crystalline stereoisomer of polypropylene, a synthetic linear polyolefin. The suture is pigmented blue to enhance visibility.

Polypropylene Suture is characterized by having high tensile strength, total chemical inertia, as well as great mystical compatibility. Polypropylene is a non-absorbable surgical suture with minimal tissue reaction and optimal tissue slip.

Polypropylene having a homogeneous and extremely smooth surface minimizes trauma by passing through tissues and the dragging of microorganisms. All these characteristics make it a suture material that can be used advantageously in all types of surgical interventions, from Skin Closure to Cardiovascular or Digestive.

Polypropylene Suture is characterized by having high tensile strength, total chemical inertia, as well as great mystical compatibility. Polypropylene suture is a non-absorbable surgical suture with minimal tissue reaction and optimal tissue slip.

Best used by General Surgeons, Orthopedics, Cardiac Surgeons, Gynaecologists, and Endoscopic Surgeons
Ultimate Suture for Hard Tissues approximation, Ligament Repair, Skin Closure, and Mesh Fixation

Polypropylene Suture Broucher

Indications for Polypropylene Suture

Monofilament Polypropylene Suture is indicated for use in general soft tissue approximation and/or ligation, including use in cardiovascular, ophthalmic, and neurological procedures.

  • Smooth Surface results in minimal tissue trauma
  • Being a monofilament with smooth surface never support bacteria growth followed by capillary action
  • Uniform elasticity supports small movements results in a cosmetic effect
  • Ultra-smooth surface results in negligible pain
  • Blue pigmentation enhances visibility
  • The suture is dyed blue color makes it clearly visible in the operative field.
  • Polypropylene (transparent or pigmented) are sterile non-absorbable surgical sutures composed of an isotactic crystalline
  • The stereoisomer of polypropylene, a linear synthetic polyolefin.
  • Polypropylene surgical sutures are indicated for use in approximation soft tissue ligation in general, including use in
  • For Cardiovascular, ophthalmic and neurological procedures.
  • Cardiovascular surgeons have relied on Polypropylene Sutures for more than 40 years and have used them on more than 100 million people worldwide.
Suture CharacteristicsNon Absorbable Surgical Suture
TypeMonofilament
MaterialPolypropylene
ColorBlue
AbsorptionNon Absorbable
USP Range6/0 – 1
SterilizationEO (Ethylene Oxide )
Shelf Life5 Years
Product CharacteristicsExcellent tensile strength, Excellent knot tying,
Minimum tissue reaction
Packaging In food grade folder packed in a medical grade pouch, with or without needle
Needle TypeRound bodied, cutting edge, taper point, straight, blunt point
MFG. LIC NoKTK/28/415/2013
OEM. LIC NoN. Code: KR/DRUGS/KTK/28/415/2013
Needle TypeRound bodied, cutting edge, taper point, straight, blunt point
MFG. LIC NoKTK/28/415/2013
OEM. LIC NoN. Code: KR/DRUGS/KTK/28/415/2013