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PETCRYL 910 FAST - Polyglactin Rapid Suture

Petcryl 910 Fast is the brand name of quick absorbing Polyglactin 910 sutures made by Dolphin Sutures. Dolphin Sutures is the first Indian brand to introduce Polyglactin sutures in India.

 

Petcryl Fast suture is a braided and coated synthetic absorbable suture and is a co-polymer of 90% Glycolide and 10% L-lactide. Due to the low molecular weight compared to regular Polyglactin 910 or Polyglycolic Acid sutures, Petcryl 910 Fast sutures achieve rapid absorption in the tissues. Petcryl Fast is similar in composition to Vicryl Rapide sutures and exhibits similar absorption properties.

 

Polyglactin Fast suture a type of Vicryl Suture retains tensile strength of about 50% of initial strength at 5 days of implantation and are ideal for short term wound support..

 

Polyglactin Fast suture or Vicryl suture is a much superior alternative to catgut sutures since its absorption is more predictable, tensile strength is better and it exhibits little or no tissue reaction. 

 

Petcryl 910 Fast or Vicryl sutures are available in undyed form.

 

Also available:- Polyglactin 910 regular absorption

 

catalog   Instructions for Use

 

  • Polyglactin 910 Fast suture is a synthetic, braided and coated absorbable suture.
  • Polyglactin 910 Fast sutures are available from U.S.P. size 2 to size 6-0.
  • Polyglactin 910 Fast sutures are composed of copolymers made from 90% glycolide and 10% L-lactide.
  • Polyglactin 910 Fast sutures are coated with equal parts of a copolymer of lactide and glactide with calcium stearate.
  • Polyglactin 910 Fast sutures absorb by simple hydrolytic mechanism and absorption is predictable.
  • Polyglactin 910 Fast suture retains approximately 50% of the tensile strength after 5 days and 0% after 10 -14 days and the suture is essentially absorbed within 35-42 days.
  • Petcryl 910 Fast sutures is specially coated with Poly (glycolide-Co-L-lactide) in order to create a smoother suture that will pass through tissue easily and since the suture is white (undyed) it can be easily visible during suturing.
  • Petcryl 910 Fast sutures have good knot security and it has easy knot placement.
  • Petcryl 910 Fast sutures are available with needles made from 300 series alloy steel for superior strength, sharpness and performance.
  • Petcryl 910 Fast sutures absorbs quickly, hence it is ideal in cases where short term tissue approximation is required.

Brand Name: Petcryl®  910  Fast

Material: Coated & Braided Polyglactin – 910 (Fast absorbable)
Synthetic absorbable surgical suture U.S.P

Indications:
Petcryl® 910 Fast suture is indicated for use in general soft tissue approximation and/or ligation, including use in ophthalmic procedures, but not for use in cardiovascular and neurological tissues.

Contraindications:
Petcryl® 910 Fast suture, being absorbable, should not be used where extended approximation of tissue is required.

Warnings:
Users should be familiar with surgical procedures and techniques involving absorbable sutures before employing Petcryl® 910 Fast suture for wound closure, as risk of wound dehiscence may vary with the site of application and the suture material used. Physicians should consider the in vivo performance (under ACTIONS section) when selecting a suture. The use of this suture may be inappropriate in elderly, malnourished, or debilitated patients, or in patients suffering from conditions which may delay wound healing. As this is an absorbable suture material, the use of supplemental non absorbable sutures should be considered by the surgeon in the closure of the sites which may undergo expansion, stretching or distention, or which may require additional support. Do not resterilize. Discard opened packages and unused sutures. As with any foreign body, prolonged contact of any suture with salt solutions, such as those found in the urinary or biliary tracts may result in calculus formation. As an absorbable suture, Petcryl® 910 Fast suture may act transiently as a foreign body. Acceptable surgical practice should be followed for the management of contaminated or infected wounds.

Precautions:
Skin sutures which must remain in place longer than 7 days may cause localized irritation and should be snipped off or removed as indicated.
Under some circumstances, notably orthopaedic procedures, immobilization of joints by external support may be employed at the discretion of the surgeon.
Consideration should be taken in the use of absorbable sutures in tissues with poor blood supply as suture extrusion and delayed absorption may occur.
In handling this or any other suture material, care should be taken to avoid damage from handling. Avoid crushing or crimping damage due to application of surgical instruments such as forceps or needle holders. Petcryl® 910 Fast sutures, which are treated to enhance handling characteristics, require the accepted surgical technique of flat and square ties with additional throws as warranted by surgical circumstance and the experience of the surgeon. Avoid prolonged exposure to elevated temperatures.
To avoid damaging needle points and swage areas, grasp the needle in an area one-third (1/3) to one-half (1/2) of the distance from the swaged end to the point. Reshaping needles may cause them to lose strength and be less resistant to bending and breaking. Users should exercise caution when handling surgical needles to avoid inadvertent needle sticks. Discard used needles in “sharps” container.

Adverse reactions:
Adverse effects associated with the use of this device include wound dehiscence, failure to provide adequate wound support in closure of the sites where expansion, stretching, or distension occur, failure to provide adequate wound support in elderly, malnourished or debilitated patients or in patients suffering from conditions which may delay wound healing, infection, minimal acute inflammatory tissue reaction, localized irritation when skin sutures are left in place for greater than 7 days, suture extrusion and delayed absorption in tissue with poor blood supply, calculi formation in urinary and biliary tracts when prolonged contact with salt solutions such as urine and bile occurs, and transitory local irritation at the wound site. Broken needles may result in extended or additional surgeries or residual foreign bodies. Inadvertent needle sticks with contaminated surgical needles may result in the transmission of blood borne pathogens.

Sterility:
Petcryl® 910 Fast sutures are sterilized by ethylene oxide. Do not re – sterilize. Do not use if package is opened or damaged. Discard opened unused sutures.

Storage:
Recommended storage condition below 25 ºC, away from moisture and direct heat. Do not use after expiry date.

 

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  • Polyglactin Rapid sutures are individually packed in a primary medical grade paper folder
  • Individually packed sutures are then packed in a tear-open or peel-open aluminum foil, with less than 300ppm moisture
  • Aluminum foils are further packed in a secondary medical grade paper pouch laminated with polyester laminated poly film
  • Sutures are further packed in small cartons made from premium 320 GSM Cyber XLPac in 12 suture pack
  • Boxes are further laminated in tamper proof film to protect it from dirt/dust
  • Further, the sutures are packed in an export worthy 7 ply master carton which can accommodate 100 boxes ( 70 x 30 x 30 cms) - weighing up to 9 to 10kg and 200 boxes ( 70 x 29 x 59 cms) - weighing up to 18kg