Suturing is the most commonly used method of wound closure in intraoral surgery, whose objectives include anatomic reapproximation of tissues, hemostasis, and prevention of wound contamination by providing an adequate tissue seal. Conventional suturing in the oral cavity is difficult because of the restricted space for instrumentation. Further, knots act as a nidus to food entrapment and microbial colonization. The knotless barbed suture could be considered an ideal alternative to eliminate these limitations. This report describes the effectiveness of the intraoral use of the knotless suture after open reduction and internal fixation of maxillofacial fractures.
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Knotless Suture for Wound Closure in Intraoral Surgery-A Report of 2 Cases
LAS VEGAS — Skin closure with absorbable, antibacterial, knotless sutures after elective cesarean delivery was linked to shorter surgery duration and less blood loss, compared with staples, in a single-site, retrospective study. For women whose skin incisions were closed with knotless sutures, mean surgical time was 38 minutes; for women who received a staple closure, mean surgical time was 44 minutes P less than. Also, fewer women whose incisions were closed with knotless sutures experienced surgical bleeding greater than 1, mL, compared with those who received staples 0. Two previous randomized, controlled trials comparing knotless sutures with staples for skin closure after cesarean delivery were small and had methodological limitations, Inna Bleicher, MD , said in an interview during a poster session at the meeting sponsored by the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Bleicher and her colleagues reviewed records from 2, elective cesarean deliveries over a period of 4 years.
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