The raw material used is the fine thread from silkworm cocoons.
In a special process, the raw silk threads are braided and coated to make them water-repellent and resistant to serous secretions.
Silk is one of the non-absorbable suture materials of natural origin and has been used effectively in surgical procedures for centuries.
Used for ligatures/holding sutures/marking/oral and maxillofacial surgery/ophthalmology.
Material: Silk, undyed, multifilament, (braided), coated / black, multifilament, (braided), coated
Absorption profile: non-absorbable