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Sancionada por un acta del Ethlcon, la U. Referencias Abidin MR et al: Metallurgically bonded needle holder jaws, Am Surg 56 Lippincott, Amshel AL: Industrial sterilization, Point of View 16 2: Comparison of retention sutures with new retention bridging devices, Am Surg Comparative evaluation of coated and uncoated polyglactin in cataract and muscle surgery, Ophth Surg 11 Effects of physical configuration and chemical structure of suture material on bacterial adhesion, Am J Surg The epidemiology of wound infection, Surg Clin NA 60 1: The effect of suture material in the development of vascular infection.
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Chromic gut is processed to provide greater resistance to absorption. Surgical gut is packaged in tubing fluid. Blue dyed chromic gut suture is also available.
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Surgical gut suture meets all requirements established by the United States Pharmacopeia U. ACTIONS When surgical gut suture is placed in tissue, nanual moderate tissue inflammation occurs which is characteristic of foreign body response to a substance.
This is followed by a loss of tensile strength and a loss of suture mass, as the proteolytic enzymatic digestive process dissolves the surgical gut. This process continues until the suture is completely absorbed. Many variable factors dd affect the rate of absorption. Some of the major factors which can affect tensile strength loss and absorption rates are: Type of suture – plain gut generally absorbs more rapidly than chromic gut.
Infection – surgical gut is absorbed more rapidly in infected tissue than in non- infected tissue. Tissue sites – surgical gut.