GPCSIL silk suture is a non absorbable, sterile, surgical suture composed of an organic protein called fibroin. This protein is derived from the domesticated species Bombyx mori (B. More) of the family Bombycidae. GPCSIL sutures are processed to remove the natural waxes and gums. GPCSIL suture is dyed black and coated with a special wax mixture. GPCSIL suture is also available in its natural color. GPCSIL Virgin silk suture is available in which the sericin gum is not removed and serves to hold the filaments together.
GPCSIL suture is indicated for use in general soft tissue approximation and/or ligation, including use in cardiovascular, ophthalmic and neurological procedures.
|Suture Characteristics ||: ||Non Absorbable Surgical Suture |
|Type ||: ||Braided |
|Material ||: ||Braided Silk |
|Color ||: ||Black |
|Absorption ||: ||Non absorbable |
|USP Range ||: ||5/0 - 2 |
|Sterilization ||: ||EO (Ethylene Oxide) |
|Product Characteristics ||: ||Excellent tensile strength, Excellent knot tying, |
Minimum tissue reaction
|Packaging ||: ||In food grade folder packed in a medical grade pouch, with or without needle |
|Needle Type ||: ||Round bodied, cutting edge, taper point, straight, blunt point |