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E-Z Tac™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System

Description:... repair device is made of a resorbable copolymer, a polyester derivative of lactic acid and glycolic acid colored with D&C violet #2. Polylactic/polyglycolic acid copolymer degrades and resorbs IN VIVO by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the ....
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB Meniscal Stapler XLS

Description:... The staple is made of a resorbable copolymer, a polyester derivative of lactic acid and glycolic acids. Polylactic/polyglycolic acid copolymer degrades and resorbs IN VIVO by hydrolysis into lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the ....
Company:USS Sports Medicine

PCA Professional™ TCA Peels

Description:... PCA Professional™ TCA peels are very different from the standard. Our TCA solutions are blends formulated with many ingredients including lactic acid, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), plumping phytohormones and kojic and azelaic acids to produce dramatic results without the discomfort and downtime ...
Company:PCA Advanced Skin Care Systems

Lactic Acid Treatments

Description:... lactic Acid is a non-irritating rapid exfoliator. lactic Acid is is recommended for those that are new to peel and exfoliating ...
Company:Natural Skin Shop

BioZip Suture Anchors

Description:... The Stryker BioZip Suture Anchor is a unique double loaded anchor perfect for rotator cuff repair. The BioZip is made from Poly-L lactic Acid (PLLA) and comes in two sizes: 5.0mm and 6.5mm. Needles are attached to the suture ends for open repairs, and can easily be cut-off for ...
Company:Stryker Corporation

XCEL Suture Anchor

Description:... The Stryker XCEL Suture Anchor is a 3.0mm single loaded suture anchor made from Poly-L lactic Acid (PLLA). The anchor barb catches on the cancellous bone and rotates off the inserter until it "breaks" free. The small size is perfect for labrum ...
Company:Stryker Corporation

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 3mm

Description:... derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs in vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. U.S.P. size 2 (5 metric) TICRON™ polyester sutures are nonabsorbable, sterile, ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

AnchorSew™ 3mm Device

Description:... derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs in vivo by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. TICRON™ polyester sutures are nonabsorbable, sterile, surgical sutures composed of ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 2mm

Description:... derived from glycolide and lactide colored with D&C violet #2. The glycolide/lactide copolymer degrades and resorbs IN VIVO by hydrolysis to lactic and glycolic acids which are then metabolized by the body. U.S.P. size 2-0 (3 metric) TICRON™ polyester sutures are nonabsorbable, sterile, ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

Biosteon™ (HA/PLLA) Wedge Interference Screws

Description:... The Biosteon™ screw is made of 25% Hydroxy-Apatite (HA) and 75% Poly-L lactic Acid (PLLA). It not only has the fixation strength of a titanium interference screw it has the osteoconductive potential of bone. Our wedge design ...
Company:Stryker Corporation

Bioabsorbable (PLLA) Wedge Interference Screws

Description:... The Stryker Bioabsorbable Wedge Interference Screw is made of Poly-L lactic Acid (PLLA). The patented wedge design makes it perfect for cruciate reconstruction and is indicated for BTB and soft tissue ....
Company:Stryker Corporation

POLYSORBtrade; Taper Point

Description:... composed of LACTOMER™ glycolide/lactide copolymer which is a synthetic polyester composed of glycolide and lactide (derived from glycolic and lactic ....
Company:Autosuture

VICRYL (polyglactin 910) woven mesh

Description:... (polyglactin 910) woven mesh is prepared from a synthetic absorbable copolymer of glycolide and lactide, derived respectively from glycolic and lactic acids. This tightly woven mesh is prepared from uncoated, undyed fiber identical in composition to that used in VICRYL (polyglactin 910) synthetic ...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

VICRYL (polyglactin 910) knitted mesh

Description:... (polyglactin 910) knitted mesh is prepared from a synthetic absorbable copolymer of glycolide and lactide, derived respectively from glycolic and lactic acids. This knitted mesh is prepared from uncoated, undyed fiber identical in composition to that used in VICRYL (polyglactin 910) synthetic ...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

Lactic Acid Peel

Features:... 50% lactic Acid (pH 2.0) Great for Wrinkles/Mature skin, as ... to acid peels, we recommend to use the 40% lactic Acid first. 40% lactic Acid (pH 2.2) Used on dry, dehydrated, and normal ...
Company:LaraChem Inc.
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