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42 terms
Sutures and Needles
Vicryl- Absorbable
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Chromic Gut-Absorbable
Monocryl-Absorbable
Purple
Yellow... stored in alchohol
Beige... stored in alchohol/Salt solution
Coral Dyed and undyed
Vicryl- Absorbable
Purple
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Yellow... stored in alchohol
72 terms
Sutures & Needles
Suture
Ligate
Approximate
Ideal Suture
Describes any strand of material used to ligate blood vessels…
tie
sew
-sterile... -easy to handle... -minimal tissue reaction (inert)... -hi…
Suture
Describes any strand of material used to ligate blood vessels…
Ligate
tie
89 terms
Sutures & needles
Brown and Sharpe (B&S)
Absorbable
Absorbable
Monofilament
The ________________ sizing is used for stainless steel wire…
____________ suture should be used when continued support is…
GI tissue is weak, but heals quickly, and ____________ suture…
Due to capillarity, _____________ suture should be used in th…
Brown and Sharpe (B&S)
The ________________ sizing is used for stainless steel wire…
Absorbable
____________ suture should be used when continued support is…
42 terms
Sutures and Needles
Vicryl- Absorbable
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Chromic Gut-Absorbable
Monocryl-Absorbable
Purple
Yellow... stored in alchohol
Beige... stored in alchohol/Salt solution
Coral Dyed and undyed
Vicryl- Absorbable
Purple
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Yellow... stored in alchohol
39 terms
Sutures and Needles
Monocryl
Chromic Gut
Plain Gut
PDS 2 (polydioxanone)
D + C:... U.S. Surgical: Biosyn... Mono... Absorb... Polyglicaprone
D + C: Chromic gut... U.S. Surgical: surgi gut chromic... Mono... Abs…
D + C: Plain Gut... U.S. Surgical: Surgigut Plain... mono... absorb
D + C:... U.S. Surgical: Maxon (polyglyconate)... mono... absorb
Monocryl
D + C:... U.S. Surgical: Biosyn... Mono... Absorb... Polyglicaprone
Chromic Gut
D + C: Chromic gut... U.S. Surgical: surgi gut chromic... Mono... Abs…
42 terms
Sutures and Needles
Vicryl- Absorbable
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Chromic Gut-Absorbable
Monocryl-Absorbable
Purple
Yellow... stored in alchohol
Beige... stored in alchohol/Salt solution
Coral Dyed and undyed
Vicryl- Absorbable
Purple
Plain Gut-Absorbable
Yellow... stored in alchohol
28 terms
Sutures and Needles
Plain Gut
Chromic Gut
Vicryl
Dexon
- Absorable... - Monofilament... - Natural... - Yellow
- Absorable... - Monofilament... - Natural... - Brown
- Absorable... - Multifilament... - Synthetic... - Purple
- Absorable... - Monofilament... - Synthetic... - Gold
Plain Gut
- Absorable... - Monofilament... - Natural... - Yellow
Chromic Gut
- Absorable... - Monofilament... - Natural... - Brown
32 terms
Suture & Needles
Needles are identified by:
Tapered needle
Cutting needle
Reverse cutting
Type of suture attachment... The shape of the body of the needle…
For internal sutures... Makes a smooth cut through the tissue th…
For external sutures or areas of high resistance
External areas or areas with resistance... Less able to bend or…
Needles are identified by:
Type of suture attachment... The shape of the body of the needle…
Tapered needle
For internal sutures... Makes a smooth cut through the tissue th…
19 terms
Suture Needles
minimize trauma
taper needle
cutting needle
A. Point... B. Body... C. Eye/Swage
What is the main consideration in selecting a suture needle?
What type of needle would you use on delicate tissues?
What type of needle would you use on tougher tissues?
Anatomy of a needle
minimize trauma
What is the main consideration in selecting a suture needle?
taper needle
What type of needle would you use on delicate tissues?
19 terms
Suture Needles
minimize trauma
taper needle
cutting needle
A. Point... B. Body... C. Eye/Swage
What is the main consideration in selecting a suture needle?
What type of needle would you use on delicate tissues?
What type of needle would you use on tougher tissues?
Anatomy of a needle
minimize trauma
What is the main consideration in selecting a suture needle?
taper needle
What type of needle would you use on delicate tissues?
65 terms
Sutures & Needles
Allowing tissue fluids to move along t…
A "Traction Suture" is used to
Refers to any tissue that is easily torn
Braided nonabsorbable suture should no…
Capillarity
Retract a suture
Friable
Suture becomes breeding ground for bacteria
Allowing tissue fluids to move along t…
Capillarity
A "Traction Suture" is used to
Retract a suture
65 terms
Sutures & Needles
Allowing tissue fluids to move along t…
A "Traction Suture" is used to
Refers to any tissue that is easily torn
Braided nonabsorbable suture should no…
Capillarity
Retract a suture
Friable
Suture becomes breeding ground for bacteria
Allowing tissue fluids to move along t…
Capillarity
A "Traction Suture" is used to
Retract a suture
35 terms
Sutures & Needles
Define ligation
Hemostasis
Apposition
The most desirable surgical knot for t…
surgical procedure of closing off a blood vessel or other duc…
stopping of blood flow
being side by side
square not
Define ligation
surgical procedure of closing off a blood vessel or other duc…
Hemostasis
stopping of blood flow
11 terms
Needles and Sutures
Suture Material and needles
blunt
cutting needle
ligation
are used by surgeons to close wounds or to tie things
dull, not sharp; used to describe needles or instrument ends.
needle that has two or three opposing cutting edges
act of tying
Suture Material and needles
are used by surgeons to close wounds or to tie things
blunt
dull, not sharp; used to describe needles or instrument ends.
49 terms
Sutures and Needles
Atraumatic
Approximation
bleeder
buried suture
causing minimal tissue trauma; refers to the suture-needle co…
Bringing together two sides or edges
severed blood vessel
any stitch placed and tied so that it remains completely unde…
Atraumatic
causing minimal tissue trauma; refers to the suture-needle co…
Approximation
Bringing together two sides or edges
130 terms
Sutures and Needles
Causing minimal tissue trauma; refers…
Bringing together two sides or edges
Severed blood vessel
any stitch placed and tied so that it…
Atraumatic
Approximation
Bleeder
buried suture
Causing minimal tissue trauma; refers…
Atraumatic
Bringing together two sides or edges
Approximation
9 terms
Needles and Sutures
blunt
cutting needle
ligation
ligature
dull, not sharp
needle that has two or three opposing cutting edges
act of tying
substance used to tie a vessel or strangulate a part
blunt
dull, not sharp
cutting needle
needle that has two or three opposing cutting edges
20 terms
Sutures and needles
Sutures
Approximate
Ligation
Facia
Any strand of material used to ligate (tie) blood vessels or…
To bring together
The surgical procedure of closing off a blood vessel or other…
A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, sepa…
Sutures
Any strand of material used to ligate (tie) blood vessels or…
Approximate
To bring together
8 terms
Sutures and Needles
How are absorbable sutures absorbed?
What is knot security?
How are sutures numbered?
What is the difference between convent…
Hydrolytic process (synthetic sutures): ... - enzyme mediated... -…
- Force necessary to cause a knot to slip, greater knot secur…
Based on the USP breaking strength rating, not the width of a…
Conventional cutting have a sharp edge on the inner side of t…
How are absorbable sutures absorbed?
Hydrolytic process (synthetic sutures): ... - enzyme mediated... -…
What is knot security?
- Force necessary to cause a knot to slip, greater knot secur…
36 terms
Suture needles
Class I
Class II
Class III
Class IV
wound classification: Clean
wound classification: Clean Contaminated
wound classification: Contaminated
wound classification: Dirty
Class I
wound classification: Clean
Class II
wound classification: Clean Contaminated
25 terms
suture/needle
needle identification
needle attached to suture
needles made of
needle curves
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
swedged
carbon or stainless steel... many sizes... straight or curved
straight... half curved... 1/4 circle... 3/8 circle... half circle... 5/8 ci…
needle identification
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
needle attached to suture
swedged
9 terms
Suture Needles
Needle Point: Taper point
Needle Point: Taper cut
Needle Point: Reverse cutting
Needle Point: Cutting edge
sharp point that points and pierces tissue without leaving sm…
combo of round-taper body with reverse cutting point, best fo…
has 3 cutting edges on the point, and one cutting side is on…
has 3 cutting edges on point and body but 3rd cutting edge is…
Needle Point: Taper point
sharp point that points and pierces tissue without leaving sm…
Needle Point: Taper cut
combo of round-taper body with reverse cutting point, best fo…
65 terms
Suture Material, Suture Needles
What are the properties you need to kn…
What are the different kinds of shapes…
Full curved needle:
Full curved, 1/2 circle needle
1. Shape of Needle (Needle Body)... 2. Needle Point... 3. Suture At…
Full curve, half curve, straight, and double curved.
Entire body of needle is curved. ... -Degree of curve- based on…
What are the properties you need to kn…
1. Shape of Needle (Needle Body)... 2. Needle Point... 3. Suture At…
What are the different kinds of shapes…
Full curve, half curve, straight, and double curved.
65 terms
Suture Material, Suture Needles
What are the properties you need to kn…
What are the different kinds of shapes…
Full curved needle:
Full curved, 1/2 circle needle
1. Shape of Needle (Needle Body)... 2. Needle Point... 3. Suture At…
Full curve, half curve, straight, and double curved.
Entire body of needle is curved. ... -Degree of curve- based on…
What are the properties you need to kn…
1. Shape of Needle (Needle Body)... 2. Needle Point... 3. Suture At…
What are the different kinds of shapes…
Full curve, half curve, straight, and double curved.
Suture And Needles
Polyglactin 910 braided
Polygylycolic Acid P.G.A braided
Polydioxanone ... Slow Hydrolysis!! Monof…
Polyglyconate ... Slow Hydrolysis! Monofi…
Vicryl S.A
Devon S.A
PDS S.A
Maxon S.A
Polyglactin 910 braided
Vicryl S.A
Polygylycolic Acid P.G.A braided
Devon S.A
13 terms
Needles and Suture
blunt point
reverse
side cutting
tapered point
round shaft with blunt tip (used kidney & liver)
used when skin has a triangular shape.
opthalmic procedures; cardiology - will not penetrate into de…
round shaft, without cutting edge/ penetrates without cutting…
blunt point
round shaft with blunt tip (used kidney & liver)
reverse
used when skin has a triangular shape.
25 terms
suture/needle
needle identification
needle attached to suture
needles made of
needle curves
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
swedged
carbon or stainless steel... many sizes... straight or curved
straight... half curved... 1/4 circle... 3/8 circle... half circle... 5/8 ci…
needle identification
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
needle attached to suture
swedged
25 terms
suture/needle
needle identification
needle attached to suture
needles made of
needle curves
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
swedged
carbon or stainless steel... many sizes... straight or curved
straight... half curved... 1/4 circle... 3/8 circle... half circle... 5/8 ci…
needle identification
type of attachment... shape of the needle body... point... cross secti…
needle attached to suture
swedged
Lab 5 - Needles & Sutures
eyed needle
swaged needle
reverse cutting needle
standard cutting needle
eyed needle
swaged needle
67 terms
suture & needle
what does "plus" suture mean?
which suture requires no knots?
what are the 2 types of absorbable bar…
what are the 2 types of non-absorbable…
antimicrobial- to prvent microbe from adhering to the sutures
barbed
polydiazonone... polyglactin
polyproplene... nylon
what does "plus" suture mean?
antimicrobial- to prvent microbe from adhering to the sutures
which suture requires no knots?
barbed
44 terms
Suture/Needle
Vicryl
Plain gut
Cotton
Mersilene
Violet
Yellow
Pink
Teal/Turquoise
Vicryl
Violet
Plain gut
Yellow
60 terms
SUTURES ,STAPLERS, and NEEDLES
0 prolene ct-1
1 chromic gut
2 Ethilon TP-1
2-0 Ethilon FSLX
hernia mesh
used on the liver
fascia closure
drain stitch
0 prolene ct-1
hernia mesh
1 chromic gut
used on the liver
48 terms
Wound Healing, Sutures and Needles
Critical Wound Healing Period
Wound
Wound Healing
Halstead Principles
14-21 days. It is during this time that the sutures provide s…
A bodily injury caused by physical means
The process by which the injured part of the body is repaired…
Achieve hemostasis, Gently handle tissue, Use smallest tissue…
Critical Wound Healing Period
14-21 days. It is during this time that the sutures provide s…
Wound
A bodily injury caused by physical means
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
121 terms
Sutures, Needles, and Stapling Devices
Tissue Replacement
Surgical Mesh
Suture
Bone Wax
Biologic or synthetic tissue grafts, implants or transplants
Performs tissue repair as it reinforces or bridges to wound a…
Filament material used to approximate tissue and ligate vessels
Sterile preparation rubbed into bleeding points on surface of…
Tissue Replacement
Biologic or synthetic tissue grafts, implants or transplants
Surgical Mesh
Performs tissue repair as it reinforces or bridges to wound a…
45 terms
Sutures, Needles, & Staples
The following suture is absorbable?
Another name for graded Nylon?
Monocryl, PDS II, Chromic are examples…
Suture diameter?
Vicryl
Neuralon
Mono-Absorbable
guage
The following suture is absorbable?
Vicryl
Another name for graded Nylon?
Neuralon
18 terms
Optho, suture, suture needles and patterns
Iris scissors
tenotomy scissors
eye speculum
beaver blade handle
Iris scissors
tenotomy scissors
78 terms
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
7 terms
sutures needles etc
choice of suture material is dependent…
Non absorbable
absorbable
polymide (nylon)
type of tissue to be repaired... risk of contamination... length of…
polymide (nylon)... polypropylene... braided silk... surgical stainles…
polyglacin... polyglyconate... chromic cat gut
non absorbable... monofilament... synthetic... uncoated... minimal tissue…
choice of suture material is dependent…
type of tissue to be repaired... risk of contamination... length of…
Non absorbable
polymide (nylon)... polypropylene... braided silk... surgical stainles…
42 terms
Needles, suture patterns, and knots
Swaged vs. eyed needle?
3 anatomical parts of a needle
Advantages to using a swaged needle
Advantages to using an eyed needle
Swaged has the suture already attached... Eyed is like a sewing…
Needle point... Needle body... swaged end
1. Less traumatic - suture diameter is about the same as the…
1. reusable - can save money... 2. can use with very large sutur…
Swaged vs. eyed needle?
Swaged has the suture already attached... Eyed is like a sewing…
3 anatomical parts of a needle
Needle point... Needle body... swaged end
38 terms
Sutures, needles and abbreviations
Monofilament... Polypropylene
Monofilament... Polybutester
Monofilament... Polybutester with Polytri…
Coated braided Polyester
Surgipro, Surgilene / Prolene (Ethicon)
Novafil / Prolene (Ethicon)
Vascufil / Pronova (Ethicon)
Surgidac, TI CRON ... Mersilene (uncoated, Ethicon), Ethibond (c…
Monofilament... Polypropylene
Surgipro, Surgilene / Prolene (Ethicon)
Monofilament... Polybutester
Novafil / Prolene (Ethicon)
39 terms
Chapter 11 - Sutures and Needles
What are the 3 ways to define Suture?
Approximate
Ligate
Tie
1. The process of joining 2 surfaces or edges together along…
To bring 2 structures together
To tie a vessel
Refers to suture material without a needle... Also called a liga…
What are the 3 ways to define Suture?
1. The process of joining 2 surfaces or edges together along…
Approximate
To bring 2 structures together
17 terms
Biopsy, approaches, needles & sutures
Biopsy
Excisional biopsy
Incisional biopsy
Necropsy
Removing living tissue to examine
Removing entire mass, tissue or organ to examine
Cutting into and removing part of mass, a tissue or an organ…
Postmortem examination that consists of a thorough examinatio…
Biopsy
Removing living tissue to examine
Excisional biopsy
Removing entire mass, tissue or organ to examine
79 terms
Sutures, Needles & Instruments
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
39 terms
Chapter 22 Sutures and Needles
Absorbable suture
adhesion
anastomosis
approximate
suture material that is broken down and metabolized by the body
scar formation of the abdominal viscera
the surgical creation of an opening between two blood vessels…
to bring tissue together by suture or other means... (to bring t…
Absorbable suture
suture material that is broken down and metabolized by the body
adhesion
scar formation of the abdominal viscera
28 terms
Sutures, needles and materials
ideal characteristics of suture material
absorbable suture material is absorbed…
monofilament suture
multifilament suture
memory, tensile strength,flexibility, absorbability, knot sec…
broken down by the body by the neutrophil phagocytosis and ce…
single strand, less tissue drag, stiffer
multiple strands braided together, more pliable, less memory,…
ideal characteristics of suture material
memory, tensile strength,flexibility, absorbability, knot sec…
absorbable suture material is absorbed…
broken down by the body by the neutrophil phagocytosis and ce…
25 terms
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
30 terms
Sutures and Needles Term Quiz
Atraumatic
Approximation
Bleeder
Buried suture
Causing minimal tissue trama; refers to the suture-needle com…
Bringing together two sides or edges
Severed blood vessel
Any stitch placed and tied so that it remains completely unde…
Atraumatic
Causing minimal tissue trama; refers to the suture-needle com…
Approximation
Bringing together two sides or edges
48 terms
Wound Healing, Sutures and Needles
Critical Wound Healing Period
Wound
Wound Healing
Halstead Principles
14-21 days. It is during this time that the sutures provide s…
A bodily injury caused by physical means
The process by which the injured part of the body is repaired…
Achieve hemostasis, Gently handle tissue, Use smallest tissue…
Critical Wound Healing Period
14-21 days. It is during this time that the sutures provide s…
Wound
A bodily injury caused by physical means
59 terms
Sx nursing needles and sutures
what are three ways in which a needle…
What does the point of a needle determ…
Why does the taper needle not leave cu…
What type of needle is used to suture…
Point, body, eye
Type of tissue in which the needle should be used
It pushes tissue apart
Taper needle
what are three ways in which a needle…
Point, body, eye
What does the point of a needle determ…
Type of tissue in which the needle should be used
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