SurgicalMesh™ provides medical textiles for the manufacture of hernia mesh, surgical mesh, soft tissue repair, allograft tissue processing, snare nets, sutures, tethers, deployment instruments, and other medical devices. We offer various types of mesh and felt designs, including classic designs to more progressive designs used in the manufacture of various devices. We maintain an inventory of our items, so that our customers do not experience long lead times, nor do they need to place special orders.
The Polypropylene and Polyester Mesh fabrics are used to manufacture such devices as surgical mesh, hernia mesh, allograft tissue carriers, stress urinary incontinence slings, pelvic organ prolapse suspenders, wound dressing, molded silicone reinforcement, catheter anchoring, and pacemaker lead fixation.
L-Mesh™ Composite Mesh is a two-sided structure created by laminating expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) microporous expanded film or porous low density polyethylene (LDPE) film to mesh fabric.
Our fabrics are offered in convenient non -sterile roll and sheet sizes, which can readily be converted into finished medical devices. We can also offer custom configurations upon request.
The PTFE, Polyester, and L-Felt™ Compostie Felt fabrics are used in such device and component applications as suture pledgets, suture line buttresses, septal defect plugs, and catheter cuffs.
Polyester Braided Tapes are available for such device applications as umbilical tie off, retraction, and ligation. Their performance is enhanced by high strength, low stretch, smooth texture, and easy handling characteristics.
UHMWPE Braided Cords and UHMWPE Braided Tapes are available in various sizes for demanding orthopedic repair and fixation device, device deployment, and device tethering applications.
We also offer yarns to our customers for their special medical and biomedical textile needs. Yarns can be used to manufacture woven and knitted fabrics, and braided and twisted threads for various applications including sutures, vascular grafts, surgical mesh, hernia mesh, pelvic organ prolapse suspenders, and urinary incontinence slings. Yarns can be supplied in various configurations and polymers including green polyester, high tenacity polyester, monofilament polyester, polypropylene monofilament , polytetrafluorethylene, ultra high molecular weight polyethyelene (UHMWPE), and textured polyester and nylon.
Materials are supplied to our customers in bulk form. Fabrics have been cleaned to remove machine oils and processing aids.
Laser cutting has become a widely used technique for cutting mesh and felt fabrics due to its versatility and ability .
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