The “Acier” steel wire made from monofilament, high quality surgical stainless steel is used to close the sternum. The unique manufacturing of the Japanese steel during the production process guarantees high flexibility and excellent biocompatibility.
This braided PTFE-impregnated polyester thread is distinguished by its strength, its excellent knotting and the easy gliding through tissue.
The blue monofilament polyamide thread is used particularly for reconstructions and is one of the threads of the “Carpenter School”. It is distinguished by excellent tear resistance.
This braided, silicon-coated polyester thread displays excellent gliding properties when used for valves or for Carpentier rings.
The blue monofilament, specially finished polypropylene thread is preferably used in coronary bypass surgery, but is also used in general heart and vascular surgery as well as plastic surgery.
Intemporel is a needle-and-thread combination made from non-absorbable polypropylene thread and a long needle made from monofilament, high quality surgical stainless steel. It is used for face lifts.
Little discs made from PTFE as pledgets support incisions in heart, thorax and vascular surgery.
Premio incision material is distinguished by the combination of a unique finished, monofilament PVDF with stable needles made from Japanese steel.