As a long-standing market leader and pioneer of many of the world’s first wound closure solutions, Medtronic are committed to developing wound care solutions for all surgical interventions.
Wound closure solutions for a range of surgical procedures
Providing strength retention and absorption to match both clinical and patient needs
Versatile sutures for a range of cardiovascular, ophthalmic and neurological surgical applications
Barbed wound closure
The revolutionary V-Loc wound closure device eliminates the need for knots, allowing for faster closure and improved outcomes1
Wound closure accessories
Access a range of accessories including bone wax, bolsters, suture racks, cardiovascular pledgets and umbilical tape
The Complete Solution You Can Trust
We pride ourselves on being a brand you can trust. With our proven track record of quality products and services, you can feel reassured that Medtronic’s OR Essentials will help you to continue providing the very best patient care from the first mark to the last stitch.
Chang WK, Srinivasa S, Morton R, Hill AG - Triclosan‑impregnated sutures to decrease surgical site infections systematic review and meta‑analysis of randomized trials
Diener MK, Knebel P, Kieser M, et al. Germany - Effectiveness of triclosan‑coated PDS Plus versus uncoated PDS II sutures for prevention of surgical site infection after abdominal wall closure: the randomised controlled PROUD trial
Our versatile line of hand instruments and ligation devices delivers the choice and flexibility you need throughout your surgical procedures.
Designed and developed to accommodate all laparoscopic devices in the operating room, our extensive and universal portfolio of access devices offer standardisation and choice for surgeons, staff, operating room managers and hospital decision makers.
Customizable solutions to become more efficient in managing daily duties while improving quality of patient care.
1. Brown S. Utilization of a Porcine Model toDemonstrate the Efficacy of an Absorbable Barbed Suture for Dermal Closure. 2009 UTSW. Data on file.