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1. Improved outcomes of scar revision with the use of polydioxanone suture in comparison to polyglactin 910: A randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

Improved outcomes of scar revision with the use of polydioxanone suture in comparison to polyglactin 910: A randomized controlled trial. Scars have multiple cosmetic and functional sequelae, and revision surgeries are an attempt to ameliorate these effects. Reduction of spread of the revised scar is one of the main objectives of revision procedures. Provision of prolonged dermal support to wound can theoretically reduce spread of the scar. We carried out a randomized controlled trial (...) and objectively evaluated the impact of two commonly used absorbable sutures, Polyglactin 910 and Polydioxanone, on scar spread and quality. Sixty patients with post-traumatic scars of 1 year in duration were enrolled in the study and randomly divided into two groups of 30 each. After recording the demographic data and baseline scar characteristics, revision of the scar was carried out by elliptical excision and primary suturing. In Group 1, Polyglactin 910 6-0 suture (Vicryl, Ethicon, Johnson and Johnson Ltd

2018 Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2. Polydioxanone Suture

Polydioxanone Suture Polydioxanone Suture Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Polydioxanone Suture Polydioxanone Suture (...) Aka: Polydioxanone Suture , PDS II. Indications Extended wound tensile strength required III. Background: Absorption (Hydrolysis) In vivo tensile strength greater than and Day 14: 74% of tensile strength retained Day 28: 58% of tensile strength retained Day 45: 41% of tensile strength retained Day 180: Complete absorption IV. Background: Characteristics Less contamination of the monofilament Stiffer and more difficult to handle More expensive than or V. References Epperson in Pfenninger and Fowler

2018 FP Notebook

3. Plus Sutures for preventing surgical site infection

(polydioxanone) Suture MONOCRYL Plus Antibacterial (poliglecaprone 25) Suture Coated VICRYL Plus Antibacterial (polyglactin 910) Suture. PDS Plus and MONOCRYL Plus are monofilament sutures made from polyester and poliglecaprone 25 copolymer, respectively. Both contain no more than 2,360 micrograms/m triclosan. VICRYL Plus is a multifilament suture made from a copolymer of glycolide and lactide and contains no more than 472 micrograms/m triclosan. VICRYL Plus is also designed to further support the suture (...) Plus Sutures for preventing surgical site infection Plus Sutures for preventing surgical site infection Medtech innovation briefing Published: 4 February 2020 www.nice.org.uk/guidance/mib204 pathways Summary Summary The technology technology described in this briefing is Plus Sutures. It is for wound closure in adults and children after surgical procedures. The innovative aspect innovative aspect is that the sutures contain the antimicrobial substance triclosan. The intended place in therapy

2020 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Advice

4. Antibacterial-coated sutures versus non-antibacterial-coated sutures for the prevention of abdominal, superficial and deep, surgical site infection (SSI)

Antibacterial-coated sutures versus non-antibacterial-coated sutures for the prevention of abdominal, superficial and deep, surgical site infection (SSI) Dec2015 © EUnetHTA, 2015. Reproduction is authorised provided EUnetHTA is explicitly acknowledged 1 EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 WP4 Version 1.4, 13 March 2017 Rapid assessment of other technologies using the HTA Core Model ® for Rapid Relative Effectiveness Assessment ANTIBACTERIAL-COATED SUTURES VERSUS NON-ANTIBACTERIAL- COATED SUTURES (...) FOR THE PREVENTION OF ABDOMINAL, SUPERFICIAL AND DEEP INCISIONAL, SURGICAL SITE INFECTION (SSI) Project ID: OTCA02 Antibacterial-coated sutures for the prevention of abdominal SSI Version 1.4, March 2017 EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 WP4 2 DOCUMENT HISTORY AND CONTRIBUTORS Version Date Description V1.0 07/11/2016 First draft. V1.1 28/11/2016 Input from co-author has been processed. V1.2 23/12/2016 Input from dedicated reviewers has been processed. V1.3 20/02/2017 Input from external experts and manufacturer(s) has

2017 EUnetHTA

5. Synthetic polyglycomer short-term absorbable sutures vs. polydioxanone long-term absorbable sutures for preventing incisional hernia and wound dehiscence after abdominal wall closure: a comparative randomized study of patients treated for gastric or colon (Abstract)

Synthetic polyglycomer short-term absorbable sutures vs. polydioxanone long-term absorbable sutures for preventing incisional hernia and wound dehiscence after abdominal wall closure: a comparative randomized study of patients treated for gastric or colon To compare the results of abdominal wall closure using interrupted synthetic short-term vs. long-term tensile strength-retaining absorbable sutures.The subjects were 55 patients undergoing elective laparotomy through a midline vertical (...) incision for gastric or colon cancer surgery between November 2008 and August 2010, at our hospital. After providing informed consent, the patients were randomized for suturing with Polysorb(®), which provides short-term tensile strength, or with PDS(®)II, which provides long-term strength. The primary outcome analyzed was the incidence of incisional hernia or wound dehiscence.There were 28 patients allocated to the Polysorb group and 27 to the PDS II group. Postoperative wound dehiscence was noted

2015 Surgery today Controlled trial quality: uncertain

6. Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty With Polydioxanone Threads and Fillers. (Abstract)

Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty With Polydioxanone Threads and Fillers. Absorbable wedge-shaped polydioxanone (PDO) sutures are currently available for facial rejuvenation, and they are extremely popular in the aesthetic clinics in Korea. Other than face lifting, threads also can be used for nonsurgical rhinoplasty. The Asian nose is typified by a flat nasal bridge, indistinct nasal dorsum, underprojected and broad nasal tip, and a short columella. In the past, Asian rhinoplasty mainly focused

2019 Dermatologic Surgery

7. Preterm premature rupture of membrane after polypectomy using an Endoloop polydioxanone suture II â„¢ Full Text available with Trip Pro

Preterm premature rupture of membrane after polypectomy using an Endoloop polydioxanone suture II â„¢ Polypectomy using an Endoloop PDS II (™) during pregnancy can be responsible for miscarriage and preterm delivery. Cervical polyps should not be removed in pregnant women except in cases where a malignancy is suspected.

2016 Clinical Case Reports

8. A randomized trial between different suture materials (polydioxanone vs. poliglecaprone 25) and different suturing techniques (running subcuticular suture alone vs. with running horizontal mattress) in prevention of hypertrophic scar development in median (Abstract)

A randomized trial between different suture materials (polydioxanone vs. poliglecaprone 25) and different suturing techniques (running subcuticular suture alone vs. with running horizontal mattress) in prevention of hypertrophic scar development in median Hypertrophic scar development after median sternotomy wound in cardiac surgery patients is quite common in surgical practice and becomes a major concern nowadays.To compare cosmetic outcome between different suture materials and different (...) suture techniques for skin closure in median sternotomy wound.A randomized clinical trial was conducted in 80 patients who underwent cardiac surgery in Thammasat University Hospital, Thailand. In respect of the materials and the techniques used to suture the skin, the patients were randomly allocated to four groups. In group 1, the skin was closed with subcuticular running 4-0 Poliglecaprone 25 (Monocryl). In group 2, the skin was closed with subcuticular running 4-0 Polydioxanone (PDS). In group 3

2014 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet Controlled trial quality: uncertain

9. Early Skin Reaction of Polydioxanone Suture Material Following Septorhinoplasty Full Text available with Trip Pro

Early Skin Reaction of Polydioxanone Suture Material Following Septorhinoplasty Septorhinoplasty is a frequent surgical procedure used for both cosmetic and functional purposes. The technique varies from surgeon to surgeon and according to which suture material is used. While some surgeons prefer non-absorbable sutures, others prefer sutures with delayed absorption. These materials sometimes protrude from the skin and they may cause skin reactions. While these reactions are common in the late (...) period, a skin reaction in the early period because of polydioxanone suture is extremely rare and to the best of our knowledge, this is the first such reported case in the literature.A 25-year-old male patient underwent endonasal septorhinoplasty procedure with endo-tracheal general anesthesia. We hereby present the skin reaction because of frequently used polydioxanone suture on the 24th postoperative day and the management of this patient. We cut the suture at skin level and prescribed

2015 The American journal of case reports

10. Polydioxanone Versus Polypropylene Closure For Midline Abdominal Incisions. (Abstract)

pain.This study was carried out at surgical unit II, Federal Government Services Hospital Islamabad. Patients were equally divided in two groups, i.e., A and B. Groups A and B patients undergone midline abdominal closure with Polydioxanone number 1 and Polypropylene number 1 sutures respectively.Total 620 patients were included in this study. Post-operative wound pain score according to Visual analogue scale (VAS) was compared in terms of no pain (0), mild pain (1-3), moderate pain (4-6), severe pain (7 (...) Polydioxanone Versus Polypropylene Closure For Midline Abdominal Incisions. Midline laparotomy is the most common technique of abdominal incisions because it is simple, provides adequate exposure to all four quadrants, and is rapid to open. A major problem after midline laparotomy remains the adequate technique of abdominal fascia closure. This study was conducted to see the role of Polydioxanone and Prolene for midline abdominal closure in terms of postoperative wound infection and wound

2018 Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad : JAMC Controlled trial quality: uncertain

11. New dedicated blunt straight needles and sutures for uterine compression sutures: a retrospective study and literature review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

New dedicated blunt straight needles and sutures for uterine compression sutures: a retrospective study and literature review. We developed a dedicated blunt straight needle with No. 2 polydioxanone sutures (2-Monodiox®) for uterine compression sutures (UCSs) and aimed to assess the outcomes and complication rates of UCSs for postpartum hemorrhage by comparing with commercially available needle and suture types.A retrospective analysis was performed between January 2010 and February 2018 (...) . During the study period, two types of commercially available sutures and 2-Monodiox® were used. PubMed, MEDLINE, and Scopus databases were searched for English articles published between January 1997 and May 2017 using search terms related to the suture and needle types for UCSs to discuss the dedicated needles and sutures for UCS.The analysis included 47 cases of UCSs for the uterine body with three suture types (No. 0 polydioxanone, 7 cases; No. 1 poliglecaprone 25, 21 cases; and No. 2

2019 BMC Surgery

12. Postoperative Nasal Septal Abscess Following Use of 2-Octylcyanoacrylate and Polydioxanone Plate in Open Septorhinoplasty: A Case Series. (Abstract)

Postoperative Nasal Septal Abscess Following Use of 2-Octylcyanoacrylate and Polydioxanone Plate in Open Septorhinoplasty: A Case Series. The employment of 2-octylcyanoacrylate adhesive (Dermabond) to assist graft placement in open septorhinoplasty has been increasingly used to stabilize cartilage grafts. Literature regarding this application has been mixed, with some showing the possibility of increased rates of inflammation, if not infection. We present an original comparative case series (...) involving postoperative septal abscess formation adjacent to caudal strut grafting where both Dermabond and an absorbable polydioxanone (PDS) plate were used.To report an original comparative case series of patients who developed a postoperative septal abscess following open septorhinoplasty in the context of Dermabond application to affix cartilage to a PDS plate to facilitate caudal septal strut grafting.Retrospective comparative series with relevant clinical photographs, culture studies, and surgical

2017 Rhinology and Laryngology

13. Surgical-site infection after abdominal wall closure with triclosan-impregnated polydioxanone sutures: Results of a randomized clinical pathway facilitated trial (NCT00998907). Full Text available with Trip Pro

Surgical-site infection after abdominal wall closure with triclosan-impregnated polydioxanone sutures: Results of a randomized clinical pathway facilitated trial (NCT00998907). Wound infections after abdominal surgery are still frequent types of nosocomial infections. Suture materials might serve as a vehicle for mechanical transport of bacteria into the surgical wound. To prevent the contamination of suture material in surgical wounds, triclosan-coated suture materials with antibacterial (...) activity was developed. We here report a prospective randomized pathway controlled trial investigating the effect of triclosan impregnation of polydioxanone sutures used for abdominal wall closure on the rate of surgical-site infections.A total of 856 patients included in this trial underwent a standardized clinical pathway documented abdominal wall closure after abdominal surgery. Patients were randomized to have the fascia closed with either a 2-0 polydioxanone loop or a triclosan impregnated 2-0

2013 Surgery Controlled trial quality: uncertain

14. Polydioxanone Suture

Polydioxanone Suture Polydioxanone Suture Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Polydioxanone Suture Polydioxanone Suture (...) Aka: Polydioxanone Suture , PDS II. Indications Extended wound tensile strength required III. Background: Absorption (Hydrolysis) In vivo tensile strength greater than and Day 14: 74% of tensile strength retained Day 28: 58% of tensile strength retained Day 45: 41% of tensile strength retained Day 180: Complete absorption IV. Background: Characteristics Less contamination of the monofilament Stiffer and more difficult to handle More expensive than or V. References Epperson in Pfenninger and Fowler

2015 FP Notebook

15. Prevention of bacterial colonization on non-thermal atmospheric plasma treated surgical sutures for control and prevention of surgical site infections. Full Text available with Trip Pro

excellent antimicrobial activities. In the present study, the efficacy of non-thermal atmospheric plasma treatment for prevention of surgical site infections was investigated. First, contaminated poly (glycolic-co-lactic acid), polyglycolic acid, polydioxanone and poly (glycolic acid-co-caprolactone) sutures were treated with non-thermal atmospheric plasma to eradicate contaminating bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. Moreover, sutures were pre-treated with non-thermal atmospheric (...) Prevention of bacterial colonization on non-thermal atmospheric plasma treated surgical sutures for control and prevention of surgical site infections. Surgical site infections have a remarkable impact on morbidity, extended hospitalization and mortality. Sutures strongly contribute to development of surgical site infections as they are considered foreign material in the human body. Sutures serve as excellent surfaces for microbial adherence and subsequent colonization, biofilm formation

2018 PLoS ONE

16. Antibacterial Sutures for Wound Closure After Surgery

species, and hospital-related infection prevention measures. 7 Sutures may act as a medium for bacterial growth and it has been demonstrated by in-vitro 8 and in-vivo animal studies 9 that antimicrobial coating may reduce the risk of SSIs. Antimicrobial sutures, which are currently commercially limited to triclosan coated sutures (TCS) (e.g., Vicryl [polyglactin 910] Plus, Monocryl [poliglecaprone 25] Plus, PDS [polydioxanone] Plus), are targeted for the prevention of SSIs. Although antimicrobial (...) Antibacterial Sutures for Wound Closure After Surgery TITLE: Antibacterial Sutures for Wound Closure After Surgery: A Review of Clinical and Cost-Effectiveness and Guidelines for Use DATE: 21 November 2014 CONTEXT AND POLICY ISSUES Surgical site infections (SSIs) account for approximately 20% of all compromised wounds in the Canadian healthcare setting. 1 It is estimated that 6.3% of surgical wounds in Canada result in infection. 2 An overall SSI rate of 2.5% was reported in a sample

2014 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

17. Effect of Triclosan-Coated Suture on Surgical Site Infection of Abdominal Fascial Closures. (Abstract)

Effect of Triclosan-Coated Suture on Surgical Site Infection of Abdominal Fascial Closures. Background: Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a serious problem after abdominal surgery. This study aimed to compare closure of fascia with triclosan-coated monofilament polydioxanone (PDS) or standard PDS in decreasing the incidence of SSIs in patients who underwent abdominal surgery. Methods: In this randomized study, a total of 890 consecutive patients undergoing laparotomy for any gastrointestinal

2019 Surgical infections Controlled trial quality: uncertain

18. Antimicrobial Sutures for Wound Closure after Surgery

spectrum antiseptic agent, is commonly used to coat surgical sutures. 1 Several triclosan-coated sutures (TCS) are marketed in Canada including Vicryl Plus (triclosan-coated polyglactin 910), Monocryl Plus (triclosan-coated poliglecaprone 25) and PDS Plus (triclosan-coated polydioxanone). 2 There are concerns that triclosan used as a coating agent could lead to bacterial resistance and to side effects due to systemic absorption. 1 A CADTH Rapid Response dated August 2010 3 concluded that evidence from (...) Antimicrobial Sutures for Wound Closure after Surgery TITLE: Antimicrobial Sutures for Wound Closure after Surgery: A Review of the Clinical Effectiveness, Safety, Guidelines, and Cost-effectiveness DATE: 16 May 2013 CONTEXT AND POLICY ISSUES Sutures can be a source of surgical wound contamination due to bacterial adherence and colonization. 1 Sutures impregnated or coated with antimicrobial agents have been developed in an attempt to reduce surgical site infections (SSI). 1 Triclosan, a broad

2013 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

19. Effect of triclosan-coated sutures on surgical site infections in pilonidal disease: prospective randomized study. (Abstract)

sutures, and 3/0 polypropylene skin sutures were used. In the triclosan group, 1/0 triclosan-coated monofilament polydioxanone, 3/0 triclosan-coated polyglactin, and 3/0 triclosan-coated monofilament polydioxanone were used. Postoperative care and follow-up was made by a surgeon according to Centers for Disease Control guideline. Surgical site infection rates between groups were compared. Secondary outcomes were seroma and wound dehiscence.Seroma was seen in 30 (16.9%) patients: 20 (23.3 (...) Effect of triclosan-coated sutures on surgical site infections in pilonidal disease: prospective randomized study. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of triclosan-coated sutures on surgical site infections after wide excision and primary closure for pilonidal disease.One hundred seventy-seven patients were randomized into two groups: 91 in control and 86 in triclosan groups. In the control group, 1/0 monofilament polypropylene retention sutures, 3/0 polyglactin subcutaneous

2018 International journal of colorectal disease Controlled trial quality: uncertain

20. The use of a suture retention device with punctureless technique for rapid tissue expansion in facial and lower extremity wounds Full Text available with Trip Pro

micrographic surgery Mohs micrographic surgery PDS, polydioxanone suture SRD, suture retention device USP, United States Pharmacopedia dermatologic surgery reconstruction suture retention device tissue creep 2018 10 11 6 0 2018 10 12 6 0 2018 10 12 6 1 epublish 30302362 10.1016/j.jdcr.2018.09.005 S2352-5126(18)30252-2 PMC6176039 Medicine (Baltimore). 2014 Dec;93(28):e234 25526444 Semin Plast Surg. 2008 Nov;22(4):294-305 20567705 J Am Acad Dermatol. 2004 Feb;50(2):273-4 14726885 Aesthet Surg J. 2015 Feb;35 (...) The use of a suture retention device with punctureless technique for rapid tissue expansion in facial and lower extremity wounds 30302362 2019 02 26 2352-5126 4 9 2018 Oct JAAD case reports JAAD Case Rep The use of a suture retention device with punctureless technique for rapid tissue expansion in facial and lower extremity wounds. 910-914 10.1016/j.jdcr.2018.09.005 Stoecker Allison A Department of Dermatology, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center/Silver Falls Dermatology, Salem, Oregon

2018 JAAD Case Reports

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