Sutures

Sutures are used to close wounds that are too large or deep to be closed with adhesive strips or skin glue. They are also used to close wounds that are in difficult-to-reach areas. There are two main types of sutures: absorbable and non-absorbable. Absorbable sutures dissolve on their own over time, while non-absorbable sutures need to be removed by a healthcare professional. The size of a suture is measured in millimeters. The smaller the number, the thinner the suture. Suture size is important because it affects how much tension is needed to close the wound. Too much tension can cause tissue damage, while too little tension can cause the wound to gape open.

253 Products

Cardinal Health Presource� Suture Removal Tray

    $0.93
    Earn 1 Points ($0.00)

    J & J Healthcare Systems Absorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated SH 26 mm

    $506.27
    Earn 506 Points ($5.10)

    Cardinal Health Presource Suture Removal Tray, Sterile

      $0.79
      Earn 1 Points ($0.00)

      Ethilon Nonabsorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated PS-4 16 mm

      $264.51
      Earn 265 Points ($2.60)

      Maxon Absorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated P-13 13 mm

      $900.21
      Earn 900 Points ($9.00)

      Hoffee Suture Retriever - 5/Box

      $506.67
      Earn 507 Points ($5.10)

      Monosof Dermalon Nonabsorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated SE-160-4 6 mm 5.1 to 10 mm - 1/Box

      $2,647.13
      Earn 2647 Points ($26.50)

      Surgipro II Nonabsorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated P-10 11 mm 10.1 to 20 mm - 12/Box

      $314.62
      Earn 315 Points ($3.10)

      Surgipro Nonabsorbable Suture with Needle Uncoated C-13 19 mm

      $137.93
      Earn 138 Points ($1.40)
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