Suture Material

Absorbable suture material is used if there is a medical indication for the suture to be absorbed into the tissues. The half-life has become the established criterion for distinguishing between absorbable suture materials. Depending on the indication, we can supply sutures in many different sizes, which are absorbed in the short-, medium- and long-term.

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Absorbable Suture Material

SERAFIT®

High knot tensile strength, easy to tie, optimal passage through the tissues
polyglycolic acid, multifilament / braided, violet and undyed, medium absorption time

SERAPID®

Short absorption time, high knot tensile strength, easy to tie thanks to special coating
polyglycolic acid, multifilament / braided, short absorption time, undyed

SERASYNTH®

Very smooth passage through the tissues, high linear and tensile strength, pliable handling, reliable absorption
polydioxanone, monofilament, long absorption time, violet

SERAFAST®

Superb ease of handling, very smooth passage through the tissues, short absorption time
polyglycolic acid-caprolactone, monofilament, short absorption time, violet and undyed

Non-absorbable Suture Material

SERATAN®

Improved handling, faster wound healing, excellent biocompatibility, verifiably higher cell vitality, optimal wound closure, titanium-coated polyamide, monofilament, undyed

SERALON®

Best skin suture, extremely smooth passage through the tissues, very high linear and knot tensile strength with fine dimensions, very easy handling, economy packs, polyamide, monofilament, blue and undyed

SUPRAMID

Exceptional knot-holding security, extremely smooth passage through the tissues, high linear and knot tensile strength, economy packs, polyamide, multifilament / coated up to USP 4/0, monofilament from USP 5/0, black and undyed

NYLON

NYLON is a monofilament polyamide suture. Due to its pliability and high tensile strength, it is particularly suitable for microsurgery, where the finest stitches are required. Polyamide, monofilament, black

SERAPREN®

Best results for skin wound closure, very high tensile strength, reliable knot-holding security, excellent tissue biocompatibility, minimal memory effect due to the long-pack packaging presentation, polypropylene, monofilament, blue

SERALENE®

Sustained tensile strength, reliable knot-holding security, almost no memory effect after stretching, best result in vascular surgery, polyvinylidene fluoride, monofilament, blue

SULENE®

Universal suture, optimally smooth passage through the tissues, very high linear and knot tensile strength, economy packs, high-quality polyester, multifilament / coated, green

TERYLENE

Universal suture, exceptionally smooth passage through the tissues, very high linear and knot tensile strength, very easy handling, economy packs, polyester standard, multifilament, green and undyed

SERAMON®

The reliable companion for surgical procedures where safety counts, polytetrafluorethylene, monofilament, undyed

SERAFLEX®

Reliable knot-holding security, exceptionally smooth passage through the tissues, optimal handling, economy packs, silk, multifilament / coated, black and undyed

SERANOX®

Highest tensile strength, various accessories available, with special laser-drilled needles for sternum closure, steel / titanium-coated steel, multifilament and monofilament / monofilament