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Wound Closure Device

July 20, 2009 7:08 am | Wound Care Technologies, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

DermaClose can now be used on any size linear wound using one or more of the DermaClose™RC devices in a “shoelace” configuration. The “shoelace” technique provides considerable flexibility by utilizing constant force tension on opposing wound margins using any number of configurations.

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Skin Closure Strips

December 16, 2008 9:36 am | Product Releases | Comments

Sterion® Skin Closure Strips provide a less painful and more cosmetically pleasing alternative to stapling or suturing wound openings. These skin closure strips use a hypoallergenic adhesive and are made of a breathable material designed to allow moisture evaporation to reduce the chance of skin maceration.

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Absorbable Skin Stapler System

March 12, 2008 9:46 am | Incisive Surgical, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Incisive Surgical recently introduced the second generation of its absorbable skin stapler, the INSORB|25 Stapler, which offers a more robust design and includes 25 absorbable staples, sufficient to close an incision up to 21 cm in length. The INSORB|25 Stapler represents an innovative skin closure modality designed to combine the cosmesis of absorbable suture with the rapid closure times associated with metal skin staplers, while eliminating the need for metal staple removal post-operatively.

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Orthopedic Wound Closure System

February 19, 2008 10:01 am | Canica Design, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Canica’s ABRA and DynaClose systems provide optimal primary wound closure regardless of wound size, shape or time open. Available for wounds ranging from lacerations to eviscerations, these wound closure systems eliminate skin grafts and mesh, save money and time and provide a superior patient outcome.

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Wound Closure System

December 17, 2007 4:31 am | Canica Design, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The ABRA Abdominal Wall Closure System is part of the line of Canica Dynamic Wound Closure Systems, which allows users to control domain and achieve delayed primary closure of retracted wounds in normal and Bariatric patients. The ABRA System provides surgical dynamic reduction for full thickness, severely retracted abdominal defects.

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Non-Invasive Wound Closure Device

December 17, 2007 4:31 am | 3M Health Care | Product Releases | Comments

The 3M™ Steri-Strip™ S Surgical Skin Closure is a non-invasive, adhesive-based wound closure device designed to treat low tension lacerations and surgical incisions painlessly and without the use of needles. Faster and easier to apply than sutures, this skin closure device provides a time-saving option for surgeons and other medical specialists.

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Topical Skin-Closure Adhesive

April 25, 2007 6:41 am | Us Surgical | Product Releases | Comments

INDERMIL™ Tissue Adhesive for the closure of topical skin incisions and lacerations allows surgeons to close wounds and incisions with a ready-to-use and precise single-application product, offering significant improvements in wound closure times compared with current methods. Unlike other closure options such as non-absorbable sutures or staples, which must be removed, INDERMIL gradually sheds from the wound in seven to ten days when no longer required.

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Needleless Wound Closure Device

February 9, 2006 4:29 am | Clozex Medical, Llc | Product Releases | Comments

ClozeX® is a hypoallergenic, needleless, film device which replaces sutures, staples and glues for skin closure of surgical incisions and traumatic lacerations. These devices provide immediate and excellent cosmetic results without track marks associated with other methods. ClozeX offers a simple, fast, high-precision skin closure and greater safety in avoiding needlestick injuries.

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