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Photos

Photos

Short Incision: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy ​​
Day of surgery

Day of surgery. 10mm trocar incision closed with 2 SubQ It! fasteners. Note eversion (tissue is raised) to hold dermal tissue in close contact.

22 days post surgery

Comparison: Same 10mm trocar incision 22 days post surgery.

45 days post surgery

Comparison: Same 10mm trocar incision 45 days post surgery.

Long Incision: Inguinal Hernia
Day of surgery

Left inguinal hernia on day of surgery, immediately after closing with SubQ It! fasteners

7 days post surgery

Comparison: same left inguinal hernia incision - 7 days post surgery

30 days post surgery

Comparison: same left inguinal hernia incision - 30 days post surgery

Long Incision: Cesarean Section
Day of surgery

Day of surgery, immediately after closing with SubQ It! fasteners.

7 days post surgery

Comparison: same Cesarean Section - 7 days post surgery

Compare: Which incision would you prefer?
SubQ It! Bioabsorbable Staples
Metal Surgical Staples

Many surgeons still use metal surgical staplers because of the time savings (4 minutes for staplers versus 9 minutes for manual sutures for the average procedure). But staplers are becoming obsolete due to the increased risk of infection, cost and patient anxiety of returning to remove the staples. Now compare to the SubQ It! fastener, only 0.0064 grams, as fast to install as a metal staple, but it goes in under the skin so patient has minimal scar - and it’s biodegradable – no need to come back to have them removed.

Videos

Overview Videos

Brief SubQ It! Overview

Additional Videos

See it in action: one suture
See it in action: two sutures
Note: Due to various stages of approval, not all product models represented here are available in all regions.    
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