Combating Secondary SSI with antibacterial sutures

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Nano-particles Impregnated Surgical Silk Suture

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66% of Surgical Site Infection is due to suture materials

Braided, multifilament surgical silk suture has a tendency to form biofilms, resulting in Secondary Surgical Site Infection (SSI)
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Attracts bacteria from the surroundings
Microbial adherence & Biofilm formation
SSI due to sutures

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NanoSutra

Antibacterial Sutures

Its is UV Protective, Antifungal, Biocompatible, Self Cleansing, Photocatalytic & Cost Effective

WHO Global Guideline to combat the SSI is use of ‘antibacterial sutures’

Keeping in mind the various factors including qualitative analysis, suture strength, anti-microbial nature of Nanoparticles, this would be a real boon and a great product for the medical science and fraternity in the coming future.

Supported By

BIRAC-vHEAL
KIITTBI vheal
KIMS vheal
KIDS Vheal