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Surgical Technology Suture Types
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Polyglyconate/ Maxon
Polydioxanone/ PDS II
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
monofilament absorbable... general soft tissue approximation. pe…
monofilament absorbable ... tissue that requires long-term tensi…
Plain Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
Chromic Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
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Surgical Technology Suture Types
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Polyglyconate/ Maxon
Polydioxanone/ PDS II
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
monofilament absorbable... general soft tissue approximation. pe…
monofilament absorbable ... tissue that requires long-term tensi…
Plain Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
Chromic Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
Surgical Technology Suture Types
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Polyglyconate/ Maxon
Polydioxanone/ PDS II
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
monofilament absorbable... general soft tissue approximation. pe…
monofilament absorbable ... tissue that requires long-term tensi…
Plain Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
Chromic Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
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Surgical Technology for the Surgical Technologist. Chapter 11. Sutures
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Monocryl
PDS
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Color: Coral... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: used…
Color: Silver... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: for…
Plain Gut
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Chromic Gut
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
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Surgical Technology Suture Types
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Polyglyconate/ Maxon
Polydioxanone/ PDS II
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
monofilament absorbable... general soft tissue approximation. pe…
monofilament absorbable ... tissue that requires long-term tensi…
Plain Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: superficial hemostasis, tissue…
Chromic Gut
monofilament absorbable... uses: internal ligation, may be used…
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Surgical Technology Suture Types
Monofilament
Monofilament
Monofilament
Multifilament
Mono or multi: Plain and Chromic gut
Mono or multi: Prolene
Mono or multi: Nylon.
Mono or multi: Vicryl
Monofilament
Mono or multi: Plain and Chromic gut
Monofilament
Mono or multi: Prolene
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Surgical Technology for the Surgical Technologist. Chapter 11. Sutures
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Monocryl
PDS
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Color: Coral... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: used…
Color: Silver... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: for…
Plain Gut
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Chromic Gut
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
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Surgical Technology for the Surgical Technologist. Chapter 11. Sutures
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Monocryl
PDS
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Color: Coral... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: used…
Color: Silver... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: for…
Plain Gut
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Chromic Gut
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Surgical Technology Week 8 Suture Part 2
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Monocryl
PDS
Yellow
Brown
Coral
Silver
Plain Gut
Yellow
Chromic Gut
Brown
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Sutures Used in Orthopedic Surgery: Surgical Technology
FiberWire
Surgical steel
Polyester (Ethibond)
Polypropylene (Prolene)
Polyethylene-based, braided suture material promoted as provi…
Most inert and strongest of all suture material; lacks elasti…
Braided suture that is superior to any other braided suture i…
Monofilament strand almost as inert as stainless steel; accep…
FiberWire
Polyethylene-based, braided suture material promoted as provi…
Surgical steel
Most inert and strongest of all suture material; lacks elasti…
Surgical Technology Week 8 Suture Part 1
What are the 2 types of suture?
Describe a monofilament suture
Describe a multifilament suture
What are the Absorbable Monofilament s…
absorbable and non absorbable
It is single stranded
It has multiple strands that are twisted or braided
Plain Gut, Chromic Gut, Monocryl, PDS, Maxon (Davis and Geck)
What are the 2 types of suture?
absorbable and non absorbable
Describe a monofilament suture
It is single stranded
Surgical Technology Week 8 Suture Part 1
What are the 2 types of suture?
Describe a monofilament suture
Describe a multifilament suture
What are the Absorbable Monofilament s…
absorbable and non absorbable
It is single stranded
It has multiple strands that are twisted or braided
Plain Gut, Chromic Gut, Monocryl, PDS, Maxon (Davis and Geck)
What are the 2 types of suture?
absorbable and non absorbable
Describe a monofilament suture
It is single stranded
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Surgical Sutures for the Surgical Technologist
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Vicryl
Monocryl
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Color: Purple... Synthetic Strand: Mulitfilament... Absorbable; for…
Color: Coral... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; used…
Plain Gut
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Chromic Gut
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
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Surgical Tech. Chapter 11 Wound healing & Sutures
Absorbable Suture
Adhesion
Anastomosis
Approximate
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
an opening created by surgically joining two structures, such…
located close together
Absorbable Suture
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
Adhesion
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
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Surgical Sutures
Plain Gut strand and package color
Plain/Chromic Gut material
Plain/Chromic Gut mono or multi?
Plain/Chromic Gut synthetic or natural?
Yellow and Yellow
Beef or Sheep submucosa
Monofilament
Natural
Plain Gut strand and package color
Yellow and Yellow
Plain/Chromic Gut material
Beef or Sheep submucosa
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Surgical Sutures
Simple inturrupted suture
Simple Running suture
Running locked suture
Vertical mattress suture
Compared with running (continuous) sutures, interrupted sutur…
Running sutures are useful for long wounds in which wound ten…
may be either locked or left unlocked. The first knot of a ru…
A vertical mattress suture is a variation of a simple interru…
Simple inturrupted suture
Compared with running (continuous) sutures, interrupted sutur…
Simple Running suture
Running sutures are useful for long wounds in which wound ten…
Surgical Suture
Chromic Gut
Plain Gut
Maxon
Monocryl
Absorbable
Absorbable
Absorbable
Absorbable
Chromic Gut
Absorbable
Plain Gut
Absorbable
Surgical Equipment, Needles and Sutures
Autoclave
Bandage
Belly Band
Bone Plate
Apparatus for sterilizing by steam under pressure
To cover by wrapping or the material used to cover by wrapping
Common term for abdominal wrap; Circumferentially wrapping th…
Flat metal bar with screw holes that is used in bone fracture…
Autoclave
Apparatus for sterilizing by steam under pressure
Bandage
To cover by wrapping or the material used to cover by wrapping
Surgical Tech Sutures
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Polyglycolic Acid
Polyglyconate
Monofilament , Absorbable , Natural , Package Color : Yellow…
Monofilament , Absorbable , Natural , Package Color : Beige ,…
Generic Name : Dexon , Multifilament , Absorbable , Synthetic…
Generic Name : Maxon , Monofilament , Absorbable , Synthetic…
Plain Gut
Monofilament , Absorbable , Natural , Package Color : Yellow…
Chromic Gut
Monofilament , Absorbable , Natural , Package Color : Beige ,…
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Surgical Sutures for the Surgical Technologist
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Vicryl
Monocryl
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
Color: Purple... Synthetic Strand: Mulitfilament... Absorbable; for…
Color: Coral... Synthetic Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; used…
Plain Gut
Color: Yellow... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable: Used f…
Chromic Gut
Color: Brown... Natural Strand: Monofilament... Absorbable; Interna…
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Surgical Tech. Chapter 11 Wound healing & Sutures
Absorbable Suture
Adhesion
Anastomosis
Approximate
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
an opening created by surgically joining two structures, such…
located close together
Absorbable Suture
Suture material that is gradually digested by tissue enzymes…
Adhesion
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally se…
Surgical Instruments and Sutures
#10 Blade
#3 scalpel handle
Olsen-Hegar Tissue Forceps
Mayo-Hegar Tissue Forceps
Most common size in small animal surgery
Most common size in small animal surgery
Used for holding suture needles during suturing and performin…
used for holding suture needles during suturing and performin…
#10 Blade
Most common size in small animal surgery
#3 scalpel handle
Most common size in small animal surgery
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Surgical Nursing - sutures
Tensile Strength
Memory
Flexibility
Absorbability
The amount of force in pounds per square inch (psi) that the…
The ability or tendency of the suture to return to its origin…
Is partially determined by the size, diameter, and material o…
Suture is either absorbable or nonabsorbable.
Tensile Strength
The amount of force in pounds per square inch (psi) that the…
Memory
The ability or tendency of the suture to return to its origin…
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Surgical Tech ABSOBABLE Sutures
Collagen (plain)
Collagen (chromic)
Surgical gut (plain)
Surgical gut (chromic)
Natural... Beef flexor tendon... Twisted... Unpredictable absorption (…
Natural... Beef flexor tendon treated with chromium salt... Twisted…
Natural... Animal collagen... Twisted... Unpredictable (12 wks)... Proteo…
Natural... Animal collagen treated with chromium salt... Twisted... Un…
Collagen (plain)
Natural... Beef flexor tendon... Twisted... Unpredictable absorption (…
Collagen (chromic)
Natural... Beef flexor tendon treated with chromium salt... Twisted…
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Surgical Recall - Sutures and Stitches
What is a suture?
How are sutures sized?
Which is thicker, 1-O suture or 3-O su…
What are the two most basic suture typ…
Any strand of material used to ligate blood vessels or to app…
By diameter; stated as a number of O's: the higher the number…
1-O suture (pronounced "one oh")
Absorbable and nonabsorbable
What is a suture?
Any strand of material used to ligate blood vessels or to app…
How are sutures sized?
By diameter; stated as a number of O's: the higher the number…
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Sutures-Surgical Needle
Components of a needle
Eye needle
French eye (split eye)
swaged eye (eyelid, atraumatic)
-eye... -point... -body
is the part where the suture is attached. It can be close eye…
is loaded by putting the suture through a v-shape area above…
make a one move motion through the tissue... -it can be single o…
Components of a needle
-eye... -point... -body
Eye needle
is the part where the suture is attached. It can be close eye…
Veterinary Surgical Sutures
buried knot
continuous Connell
continuous Lembert
Cruciate
buried knot
continuous Connell
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SUTURES, NEEDLES for the SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST
plain gut
chromic gut
(MAXON) polyglyconate
polydioxanone (PDS II)
monofilament, absorbable, yellow;, yellow/tan
monofilament, absorbable, beige; brown
monofilament, absorbable, blue; green, clear (undyed)
monofilament, absorbable, silver; violet, clear (undyed)
plain gut
monofilament, absorbable, yellow;, yellow/tan
chromic gut
monofilament, absorbable, beige; brown
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Surgical Instruments and Sutures
#10 Blade
#3 scalpel handle
Olsen-Hegar Tissue Forceps
Mayo-Hegar Tissue Forceps
Most common size in small animal surgery
Most common size in small animal surgery
Used for holding suture needles during suturing and performin…
used for holding suture needles during suturing and performin…
#10 Blade
Most common size in small animal surgery
#3 scalpel handle
Most common size in small animal surgery
SUTURES, NEEDLES for the SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST
plain gut
chromic gut
(MAXON) polyglyconate
polydioxanone (PDS II)
monofilament, absorbable, yellow;, yellow/tan
monofilament, absorbable, beige; brown
monofilament, absorbable, blue; green, clear (undyed)
monofilament, absorbable, silver; violet, clear (undyed)
plain gut
monofilament, absorbable, yellow;, yellow/tan
chromic gut
monofilament, absorbable, beige; brown
54 terms
Surgical Nursing - sutures
Tensile Strength
Memory
Flexibility
Absorbability
The amount of force in pounds per square inch (psi) that the…
The ability or tendency of the suture to return to its origin…
Is partially determined by the size, diameter, and material o…
Suture is either absorbable or nonabsorbable.
Tensile Strength
The amount of force in pounds per square inch (psi) that the…
Memory
The ability or tendency of the suture to return to its origin…
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Surgical Instruments, Sutures, Needles.....
What type of suture has two needles on…
What are broken down and absorbed by o…
What are resistant to enzymatic digest…
What is a suture strand made up of mor…
Double arm
Absorbable
Non-absorbable
Multifilament
What type of suture has two needles on…
Double arm
What are broken down and absorbed by o…
Absorbable
10 terms
surgical technology
derm/o
dermat/o
electr/o
encephal/o
skin
skin
electricity
brain
derm/o
skin
dermat/o
skin
55 terms
Surgical Instruments and Sutures
by type of point... -blunt/sharp... -straigh…
Mayo... used for heavy fascia and sutures
Metezenbaum... -cut delicate tissue... -long…
bandage
how are scissors classified?
by type of point... -blunt/sharp... -straigh…
how are scissors classified?
Mayo... used for heavy fascia and sutures
22 terms
Surgical Technology
ABHES
ACS
Allied health profession
AMA
Accreditation bureau of health education schools
America college of surgeons
A profession that follow the principle of medicine and nursing
America medical association
ABHES
Accreditation bureau of health education schools
ACS
America college of surgeons
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Surgical Suture Terms
Suture Size 10-0
Suture Size 9-0 : 8-0
Suture Size 7-0
Suture Size 6-0
Smallest -- Typically used in the most delicate surgeries. Co…
surgery and for repairing small damaged nerves often due to l…
Used for repairing small vessels and arteries or for delicate…
Common for use in vascular graft sewing such a carotid endart…
Suture Size 10-0
Smallest -- Typically used in the most delicate surgeries. Co…
Suture Size 9-0 : 8-0
surgery and for repairing small damaged nerves often due to l…
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Surgical Tech Sutures, and Stapling Devices
Tissue approximation
Anastomosis
Tie (ligature)
Emzyme
To bring the individual surfaces of two tissues together
Surgically joining tissue to promote the unhindered flow of f…
The process of manually occluding vessels by tying suture aro…
Complex substance within tissue cells which may break down an…
Tissue approximation
To bring the individual surfaces of two tissues together
Anastomosis
Surgically joining tissue to promote the unhindered flow of f…
Surgical Wounds & Sutures
Eschar
Hemostasis
Dead space
Sutures
Excessive tissue that is cauterized
The stopping of a flow of blood. Can be maintained by sutures…
Deep part of the wound that did not or was not sutured. As a…
Used to approximate tissue while healing takes place and to t…
Eschar
Excessive tissue that is cauterized
Hemostasis
The stopping of a flow of blood. Can be maintained by sutures…
17 terms
Surgical Principles- Suture/Suture Patterns
Non-absorbable
Stainless Steel
Nylon (Ethilon®)
Polypropylene (Prolene®, Fluorofil®)
Nylon (Ethilon®)... Polypropylene (Prolene®, Fluorofil®)... Polyest…
Monofilament ... Very poor handling... Perfect knot security (monof…
Non-Absorbable... Monofilament (nearly always)... Elastic... Non-react…
Non-Absorbable... Monofilament ... Poor Handling Characteristics... Go…
Non-absorbable
Nylon (Ethilon®)... Polypropylene (Prolene®, Fluorofil®)... Polyest…
Stainless Steel
Monofilament ... Very poor handling... Perfect knot security (monof…
24 terms
Surgical instruments and suture
Forcep
DeBakey pickup
Adson pickup
Needle driver
general pick-up
Has teeth, for holding skin or grasping delicate tissue
Forcep
DeBakey pickup
general pick-up
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Surgical skills: Suture material
suture for cruciate repair
highest tensile strength of all suture…
T/F: use nylon on gingiva
least reactive of non absorbables
polypropylene
stainless steel
false
polypropylene... steel
suture for cruciate repair
polypropylene
highest tensile strength of all suture…
stainless steel
16 terms
sutures and surgical dressings
Functions- sutures
characteristics - sutures
Classification of Suture Materials
Selection of Suture Material
Close periodontal surgical areas ... Hemostasis ... Prevent bone ex…
Sterile... Ease of handling... Pass thru with minimal trauma... Minimi…
By number of strands... Monofiliment... Multifilament ... By material…
Preference of operator... Delicacy of tissue... Cosmetic implic…
Functions- sutures
Close periodontal surgical areas ... Hemostasis ... Prevent bone ex…
characteristics - sutures
Sterile... Ease of handling... Pass thru with minimal trauma... Minimi…
51 terms
suture material and surgical instruments
what is the ideal suture material
what are sutures used for
what is a swaged-on needle
what is a taper needle
can be used in any tissue, easy to handle, good knot security…
bring tissue edges together and speed wound healing, orthoped…
much less traumatic, more expensive suture material, sterile
atraumatic, internal organs
what is the ideal suture material
can be used in any tissue, easy to handle, good knot security…
what are sutures used for
bring tissue edges together and speed wound healing, orthoped…
48 terms
Surgical Technology
-Ology
-Lysis
-Malacia
-Megaly-
Study Of- Cardiology
Break Down. Destruction- hemolysis
Abnormal softening- Osteomalacia
LARGE-organomegaly
-Ology
Study Of- Cardiology
-Lysis
Break Down. Destruction- hemolysis
13 terms
Surgical Technology
"Aeger Primo"
Assault
Battery
Breach of confidentiality
The patient first (motto of the American Association of Surgi…
Intentional and Unlawful physical harm or threat to physicall…
Intentional and Unlawful attack on another.
A violation of the obligation to keep a patient's records pri…
"Aeger Primo"
The patient first (motto of the American Association of Surgi…
Assault
Intentional and Unlawful physical harm or threat to physicall…
Surgical Technology
Characteristics of common sutures
Free ties
Ligature real
Suture for the procedure
Physical characteristics include configuration capillarity ab…
Pre-cut ties that are removed at single strands from the pack…
The most commonly used look at your reels are chromic plane w…
The surgical technologist should consult with the surgeon to…
Characteristics of common sutures
Physical characteristics include configuration capillarity ab…
Free ties
Pre-cut ties that are removed at single strands from the pack…
216 terms
Surgical technology
Bi/o
Carcin/o
Cardi/o
Chem/o
Life
Cancer
Heart
Chemical
Bi/o
Life
Carcin/o
Cancer
21 terms
DM - Sutures & surgical dressing
Functions of sutures
Characteristics of sutures
Classification of sutures
Considerations involved when selecting…
Close periodontal surgical areas ... Hemostasis ... Prevent bone ex…
Sterile... Ease of handling... Pass thru with minimal trauma... Minimi…
By number of strands... By material used... By absorption propertie…
Preference of operator... Delicacy of tissue... Cosmetic implicat…
Functions of sutures
Close periodontal surgical areas ... Hemostasis ... Prevent bone ex…
Characteristics of sutures
Sterile... Ease of handling... Pass thru with minimal trauma... Minimi…
134 terms
Surgical Technology
statutory law
common law
negligence
malpractice
made by congress
based on previous court cases
careless performance of duty
duty, deviation, damage, direct cause
statutory law
made by congress
common law
based on previous court cases
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