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Your hands are sophisticated tools; they deserve sophisticated sutures

We understand that ‘one size does not fit all’ when it comes to sutures. 

When choosing the perfect suture, as surgeons you need to consider possible complications, tissue type, expected holding power of the tissue and the need for long term approximation. 

As pioneers in suture development, Medtronic appreciate these considerations, and provide innovative tools to address individual patient needs.

The trusted solution

Our well-established range of non absorbable sutures have been used worldwide by surgeons for almost three decades. We have a wide range of suture solutions to provide the knot security15 and handling16 you and your patients need. 

Non-absorbable sutures that you have trusted for years

Our innovative non-absorbable sutures are designed with both patient and surgeon in mind. They suit a diverse range of closures, including ophthalmic, cardiovascular and neural tissue, plus many more.1-9

  • 1. Monosof™/Dermalon™ Instructions for Use.

  • 2. Surgilon™ Instructions for Use.

  • 3. Surgidac™ Polyester Sutures Instructions for Use.

  • 4. Ti-Cron™ Instructions for Use.

  • 5. Surgipro™ Instructions for Use

  • 6. Bang RL, Mustafa D. Comparative study of skin wound closure with polybutester (Novafil) and polypropylene. J R Coll Surg Edinb. 1989;34:205–207.

  • 7. Trimbos JB, Smeets M, Verdel M, Hermans J. Cosmetic result of lower midline laparotomy wounds: polybutester and nylon skin suture in a randomized clinical trial, Obstet Gynecol. 1993;82:390–393.

  • 8. Bernstein G. Polybutester Suture. J Dermatol Surg Oncol. 1998;14:615–616.

  • 9. Novafil™ Instructions for Use

  • 10. Vascufil™ Instructions for Use. 

  • 11. Rodeheaver GT, Shimer AL, Boyd LM et al. An Innovative Absorbable Coating for the Polybutester Suture. 2005. Pg 6–11.

  • 12. Baumgartner N, Dobrin PB, Morasch M et al. Influence of suture technique and suture material selection on the mechanics of end-to-end and end-to-side anastomoses. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996;111:1063-1072.

  • 13. Sofsilk™ Instructions for Use.

  • 14. Steel. Instructions for Use.

  • 15. Internal test report #RE00094876, Ti-Cron™ suture 2-0 knot security benchmark testing. 19 August 2015.

  • 16. Pinheiro ALB, Lisboa de Castro JF, Thiers FA et al. Using Novafil™: would it make suturing easier? Braz Dent J. 1997;8:21–25.

  • 17. Stopek B, Migliozzi J, Chai C et al. Bacterial colonization of suture biomaterials with varied substrate architecture and chemistry, covidien sponsored study. Presented at the Society of Biomaterials, 2007.