Continuous Suture Technique -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine

14.11.2020

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Continuous Suture Technique

A continuous or uninterrupted suture is defined as a kind of suture that is made with a single strand of suture material. Continuous sutures are one with a series of stitches but they are not individually knotted. They are typically used when the wound is in the visible region of the body and thus the stitches will not be readily apparent.

It is reported that some patients gave feedback for continuous sutures as extremely comfortable as it produces only very little pain during the healing process. Some of the medical procedures that make use of continuous sutures include:

The repair of vaginal tearing after the childbirth
Some plastic surgery operations like face or brow lift

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