Tianfu Roud, Dongcheng District,Shan County, Heze City, Shandong, China 274300
Non-absorbable suture needles are constructed of monofilament sutures and multifilament sutures. Monofilament sutures are single-stranded structures, while multifilament sutures are made up of multiple strands of fibers.
Although monofilament sutures require more knotting, knotting is easier and the risk of tissue damage is less. And the single-strand suture has a smooth surface and is easy to pass through the tissue. In addition, due to its single-strand structure, it can effectively prevent the growth of pathogenic microorganisms and is suitable for suturing contaminated wounds.
Multifilament sutures are woven by multiple strands of fiber as the name suggests. Not only is it strong, it is easier to handle and knot. Because of its special structure, less knots are required. However, the woven multi-strand structure is more susceptible to infection, because its structure has a small cavity, which can provide a place for the growth and reproduction of bacteria, so multi-strand sutures are not suitable for use in wound infections.