POLYDIOXANONE (PDO) Golnit®
Analogs: PDS 2, Polydioxanone, Maxon Monoplus, Monomax, Caprolon
(material for surgical suturing, monofilament, synthetics, resorption time - medium)
Sizes: USP 7 / 0- USP 1
Shelf life: 5 years.
~ 75% of durability lasts 14 days. - 55% of durability lasts 42 days. Complete resorption occurs after 180-210 days.
Tissue reaction: minimal.
The smooth surface of the PDO monofilament ensures its easy passage through the tissue without trauma.
It is used for suturing all types of soft tissues, can be used in pediatric cardiovascular surgery, microsurgery and ophthalmology. It is especially effective in situations where it is necessary to use absorbable suture material and require longer (up to six weeks) support of the edges of the wound.
Polydioxanone, aka “PDO” - is produced in Ukraine
Raw materials from - Europe, USA, Japan
Suture material Polydioxanone "PDO" is sterile, with its use synthetic compounds are used.
PDO is pyrogen-free, practically does not cause allergenic reactions in surrounding tissues.
The resorption period is medium.
Compliant with ISO
Polydioxanone is a monofilament with an extremely smooth coating, which allows it to easily pass through tissues without injuring them.
It is an analogue - Polydioxanone (POLIDIOXANONE), Monoplus (MONOPLUS®), Monomax (MONOMAX®), Caprolon (CAPROLON®), Maxson (MAXON), PDS II (PDS II).
The thread is any long, both with atraumatic needles and without them.
The set may include spatula needles of different circles (3/8, 1/2, 1/4, 5/8); straight needles (4mm - 75mm); piercing needles, cutting, combined.
|USP 7/0- USP 1|
|Ethylene Oxide Sterilization|