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Sutures stitch body tissue edges together to properly heal wounds or incisions. Holding the tissue long enough to mend, the absorbable catgut styles will eventually disintegrate and are proficient solutions for working with internal body organs. Nonabsorbable sutures may have performance enhancing coatings for topical skin closures. Designed for specific procedures, the sterile medical equipment is used when permanent retention is not mandatory. While braided sutures will maintain knot integrity better, monofilament will cause less patient reactions.
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