Absorbable polyglycolic acid (PGA) suture
Practicryl PGA is a synthetic absorbable suture and polyfilament made from polyglicolic acid (PGA). It is a biodegradable and thermoplastic polymer, making it the simplest linear polyester.
It is hydrolytically resorbed to give a fairly long resorption time of 90. This type of suture also has a higher tensile strength, which is 50% after 21 days of suture placement. The suture’s polyglicolic acid (PGA) coating allows for easier passage through the tissue and less tissue irritation.
Surgeons around the world use PGA sutures such as Practicryl in various types of surgery, both in human and veterinary medicine. It is recommended for surgeries that require soft tissue approximation, including ophthalmic surgery. This type of suture is not suitable for operations on cardiovascular and neurological tissues, nor when short support is required or when the patient suffers from delayed healing.
Our Practicryl PGA is available for medical use in dozens. For more information, please feel free to contact us.
Braided and coated multifilament
Polycaprolactone and calcium stearate (1%)
The hydrolytic action by which the material is broken down results in total absorption in approximately 60 to 90 days. Approximately 50% of tensile strength remain after 21 days.
Box with 12 sutures