Suture Retention Strength
Determination of the force necessary to pull a suture from the prosthesis or cause the wall of the prosthesis to fail.
A suture is inserted 2 mm from the end of the stretched prosthesis through one wall of the prosthesis to form a half loop. The suture is pulled at the rate of 50 mm×min-1 to 200 m×min-1.
- Any device using vascular prostheses
- Vascular prosthesis
- Biological, synthetic textile/non-textile materials, non-textile material
- Stent Grafts: SX or BX frame, NiTi, CrCo, SS, Biological tissues, synthetic textile materials/* non-textile material, non-textile material
- Covered stent: SX or BX frame, NiTi, CrCo, SS, Biological tissue, synthetic textile/non-textile * material, non-textile material
- Tubular, bifurcated, branched
Cardiovascular implants and extracorporeal systems — Vascular prostheses — Tubular vascular grafts and vascular patches
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