Polyurethane Surgical Device Provides Fast Alternative For Surgeons
from Medical Plastics News
A new surgical device has been created by tissue repair device developer Zipline Medical. The Zip, as it is named, is made out of a polyurethane structure with a hydrocolloid adhesive and is intended to be the solution to the speed vs. cosmetic tradeoff made by surgeons using conventional metal staples. The device is adjustable, reversible and is intended to make skin closure fast and easy. The flexible and extendable design is considered for patient comfort and protects incisions from extrinsic forces.
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