PDO II: Polydioxanone Suture


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PDO II sutures are made from a synthetic polymer called poly (p-dioxanone), which is biocompatible and biodegradable. The absorption mechanism is by progressive slow hydrolytic action, providing extended wound support for up to six weeks. Strong and flexible this suture material has an excellent plastic deformation and visibility in the surgical field.  

How can I buy this product?

This product is for medical use only and may be purchased by medical professionals and authorized resellers.

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Recommended uses:



By hydrolysis



USP Range:

5-0 to 0


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