Flexon™ temporary cardiac pacing leads elicit minimal acute inflammatory reaction in tissues and is not absorbed. They are indicated for use in temporary atrial and ventricular pacing and sensing during and after cardiac surgery.
Non-latex plastic bolsters are used to hinder pressure of any temporary suture against the body during surgery.
Bone Wax achieves local hemostasis of bone by acting as a mechanical (tamponade) barrier. It does not act biochemically and is nonabsorbable. Used in the control of bleeding from bone surfaces. Do not use Bone Wax where rapid osseous regeneration and fusion are desired.
PTFE pledgets are non-absorbable, undyed fabrics composed of poly (tetrafluoroethylene).
Polyester tape is for general use in tissue retraction during surgical procedures. Composed of polyethylene terephalate, the tape is non-absorbable, braided for optimal handling properties and is available undyed (white).
Suture racks hold suture boxes in either the horizontal or vertical position. Storage space within each unit is partitioned and can be easily expanded. The interchangeable pieces allow for assembly into multiple configurations.
Sterile cotton umbilical tape.