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*  Wound
Absorbable sutures have the benefit over non absorbable sutures of not requiring removal. They are often preferred in children ... If closure of a wound is decided upon a number of techniques can be used. These include bandages, a cyanoacrylate glue, staples ... A wound may be recorded for follow-up and observing progress of healing with different techniques which include: Photographs, ... Adhesive glue and sutures have comparable cosmetic outcomes for minor lacerations ...
*  Vertical mattress stitch
42-5. Moy, RL; Lee, A; Zalka, A (1991). "Commonly used suturing techniques in skin surgery". American Family Physician. 44 (5 ... "Advanced suturing techniques and layered closures". In Wheeland, RG. Cutaneous surgery. Philadelphia: Saunders. pp. 304-17 ... Vertical mattress sutures are not recommended for sites such as the palm of the hand, where important structures lie fairly ... It is useful for deep lacerations, where it can replace two layers of deep and superficial sutures. It can help bring the deep ...
*  Corner stitch
The corner stitch is a common suture technique. It used to close wounds that are angled or Y-shaped without appreciably ... Zuber, TJ (1998), "Skin biopsy, excision, and repair techniques", Soft tissue surgery for the family physician, Kansas City, ... 42-5. Zitelli, JA; Moy, RL (1989). "Buried vertical mattress suture". Journal of Dermatologic Surgery & Oncology. 15: 17-9. ... Zuber, Thomas (December 15, 2002). "The Mattress Sutures: Vertical, Horizontal, and Corner Stitch". American Family Physician. ...
*  Cemil Topuzlu
He introduced novel vascular suture techniques, which he presented at the International Medical Congress in Moscow in August ... Batırel, Hasan F; Yüksel, Mustafa (1997). "Cemil Topuzlu Pacha and His Arterial Suture Technique". The Annals of Thoracic ...
*  Strabismus surgery
"Loop suture technique for optional adjustment in strabismus surgery". Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology. 20 (3). Eye ... Mojon DS: Comparison of a new, minimally invasive strabismus surgery technique with the usual limbal approach for rectus muscle ... Wright, Kenneth W.; Thompson, Lisa S.; Strube, Yi Ning; Coats, David K. (August 2014). "Novel strabismus surgical techniques- ... Transposition / repositioning procedures Adjustable suture surgery is a method of reattaching an extraocular muscle by means of ...
*  Mustardé technique
It is antihelix plastic surgery performed with the suturing technique. The technique of this surgery was first described by ... The Mustardé technique involves making a long incision on the back of the ear and removing a strip of skin. The skin is ... The skin is then closed with sutures and sometimes a drainage tube is inserted for 1 to 2 days. A head bandage is applied for 1 ... The Mustardé technique is an otoplastic surgery (otoplasty) for pinning protruding ears. The method belongs together with the ...
*  Ventricular septal defect
d) Suture techniques include horizontal pledgeted mattress sutures, and running polypropylene suture. e) Critical attention is ... f) Care is taken to avoid injury to the aortic valve with sutures. g) Once the repair is complete, the heart is extensively ...
*  Converse technique
This antihelix plastic surgery is performed with the incision-suture technique. A long incision is made on the back of the ear ... The Converse technique, together with the Mustardé technique and Stenström technique, belongs to the standard methods of ... fistula of the suture; suture rejection; granuloma; atheroma; bleeding; haematoma; relapse (ears protrude again); hypertrophic ... Using several mattress sutures that are anchored in the cartilage, a new antihelix fold is formed, or a weakly developed ...
*  Horizontal mattress stitch
The horizontal mattress stitch is a suture technique used to close wounds. It everts skin well and spreads tension along the ... The horizontal mattress suture". Archives of Dermatology. 125 (9): 1189-90. doi:10.1001/archderm.125.9.1189. PMID 2673047. ... 88-127 Zuber, Thomas (December 15, 2002). "The Mattress Sutures: Vertical, Horizontal, and Corner Stitch". American Family ... skin as well as skin under high tension such as the distant edges of a large laceration or as the initial holding suture in ...
*  Epineurial repair
The anterior tibial nerves of dogs were cut to determine which of fascicular, interfascicular and epineural suture techniques ... Suturing continues 180 degrees from each initial suture. The position of the lateral sutures is reversed to expose the opposite ... and epineurial sutures were the best performing group among the sutures and sutures combined with FTA. When nerve repair cannot ... Comparison of fascicular, interfascicular and epineural suture techniques in the repair of simple nerve lacerations. J ...
*  Simple interrupted stitch
The simple interrupted stitch is a suturing technique used to close wounds. It is the most commonly used technique in the ... Placing and tying each stitch individually is time-consuming, but this technique keeps the wound together even if one suture ...
*  Vasilii Kolesov
Also in 1964, he performed the first successful coronary bypass using a standard suture technique. Kolesov was a recipient of ...
*  J. Marion Sims
Sims' suture technique developed in the 1800s for fistula surgery is still in use by modern-day physicians. Sims moved to New ... His technique using silver-wire sutures led to successful repair of a fistula, which Sims published in his surgical reports of ... He developed techniques that have been the basis of modern vaginal surgery. The Sims' vaginal speculum aided in vaginal ... Dr Sims, 'the father of gynaecology', was the first doctor to perfect a successful technique for the cure of vesico-vaginal ...
*  Incisional hernia
Hernias in these areas have a high rate of recurrence if repaired via a simple suture technique under tension. For this reason ... The technique is now published in R. Maingot's Text Book of abdominal operations in 1997. Laparoscopic incisional hernia repair ... Regenerative technique used to regenerate the abdominal wall aponeurosis using adult autologous tissue stem cells (B G ... They can also result from poor surgical technique. Traditional "open" repair of incisional hernias can be quite difficult and ...
*  Cherry eye
Each of these techniques may be performed with an anterior or superior approach, depending on which direction of suturing will ... Posterior suturing techniques are the most commonly used because they cause the least complications, with no alterations in ... The envelope method, often called the pocket technique, requires suturing of tissue around the prolapse, encasing it in a layer ... At least 8 surgical techniques currently exist. In anchoring procedures, the prolapsed gland must be sutured to the periorbital ...
*  Surgical technologist
Techniques, sutures, draping and instrumentation were emphasized; they also had to do clinical time in labor and delivery and ... They possess knowledge and skills in sterile and aseptic techniques. There are few mandatory professional requirements for ... They handle the instruments, scrubs, sutures, various surgical sponges, from extremely small, under 1/4" square for ... Demonstrating proper hand position and technique after gowning and before gloving US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational ...
*  Serdev suture
... abdominal flaccidity tightening by sutures, scarless inner thigh lift. Serdev, Nikolay P. (2006). "'Serdev suture' techniques ... The suture suspension techniques are described to lift, if necessary to form volume and to correct position of soft tissue ... The techniques consist of passing closed sutures, by needle perforations only, to lift movable fascias and fix them to non ... temporal and supra-temporal suture SMAS lift, scarless brow suture lift, lateral cantus lifting, mid face suture lift, ...
*  Milton Keynes
A worldwide review of the uses of the uterine compression suture techniques as alternative to hysterectomy in the management of ... responsible for inventing the eponymously named B-Lynch suture which is used to treat post-partum haemorrhage due to uterine ...
*  B-Lynch suture
El-Hamamy E, B-Lynch C (2009). "A worldwide review of the uses of the uterine compression suture techniques as alternative to ... The B-Lynch suture or B-Lynch procedure is a form of compression suture used in gynecology. It is used to mechanically compress ... The technique was first described in 1997. It can stop postpartum hemorrhage without the need for pelvic surgery and ... Oct 2004). "Erosion of a B-Lynch suture through the uterine wall: a case report". J Reprod Med. 49 (10): 849-52. Postpartum ...
*  List of Christians in science and technology
... and biologist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912 for pioneering vascular suturing techniques. ... notable English physiologist who contributed with anatomical understanding and proposed a number of techniques in medical ...
*  Organ transplantation
Their skillful anastomosis operations and the new suturing techniques laid the groundwork for later transplant surgery and won ... Pioneering work in the surgical technique of transplantation was made in the early 1900s by the French surgeon Alexis Carrel, ... A "paired-exchange" is a technique of matching willing living donors to compatible recipients using serotyping. For example, a ...
*  Surgical suture
Other stitches or suturing techniques include: Purse-string suture, a continuous, circular inverting suture which is made to ... Suture thread is made from numerous materials. The original sutures were made from biological materials, such as catgut suture ... In contrast to single layer suturing, two layer suturing generally involves suturing at a deeper level of a tissue followed by ... "Sutures and suturing - Current concepts". Journal of Oral Surgery. 36: 710. Kirk, RM (1978). Basic Surgical Techniques. ...
*  Anthony Sandler
Non-Anatomic Hepatic Resection with a Pledgetted Suturing Technique, Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 36, 1, 209-212. Journal ...
*  Gelding
... recumbent sutured' techniques. Equine Veterinary Journal 37.5:468-472. "Cut Through Smegma." Horse Journal, August, 2007, p. 19 ... Each technique has advantages and disadvantages. Standing castration is a technique where a horse is sedated and local ... With both castration techniques, the wound should be kept clean and allowed to drain freely to reduce the risk of hematoma ... Modern veterinary techniques make gelding of even a somewhat elderly stallion a fairly low-risk procedure, and the horse then ...
*  List of lay Catholic scientists
... awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for pioneering vascular suturing techniques John Casey (mathematician) (1820-1891) - Irish ... first to use percussion as a diagnostic technique in medicine Adrien Auzout (1622-1691) - astronomer who contributed to the ...
*  Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty
... folding of the uvula toward the soft palate and suturing it together as demonstrated in the figures. In the US, UPPP is the ... Technique to avoid complications". Journal of otolaryngology. 37 (2): 256-9. PMID 19128622. WebMDHealth. ...
*  Coronary artery bypass surgery
Kolesov did the first successful coronary bypass using a standard suture technique in 1964, and over the next five years he ... Proper standing technique is to rock three times in the chair and then stand to provide momentum for moving the center of ... His new technique used a saphenous vein autograft to replace a stenotic segment of the right coronary artery. Later, he ... Proper sitting technique is to slowly lower the bottom toward the chair seat using gluteus and quadriceps muscles ("legs only ...