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    U-Heft, U-Naht (Einzelheft, rückläufige Naht)

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    U-Heft, U-Naht (Einzelheft, rückläufige Naht)

    [med.]
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    Nahttechnik. Wie eine Matratzennaht, aber aus Einzelheften bestehen, nicht fortlaufend.
    Comment
    Ich brauche das Wort für U-Heft, oder eben das Wort, wie diese Naht heißt...


    Interrupted horizontal mattress suture?
    Authoreasy (238884) 19 Dec 13, 16:29
    Suggestionhorizontal mattress suture
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    http://www.aafp.org/afp/2002/1215/p2231.html
    "The horizontal mattress suture (Figure 2) is initiated by inserting the needle about 4 to 8 mm from the wound edge, slightly farther from the wound edge than for placement of simple interrupted sutures. The needle passes through to the opposite wound edge, where it exits the skin. The needle is placed backwards in the needle driver, inserted into the skin about 4 to 8 mm farther down that edge (the edge where the needle has just been passed through), and passed from the far side of the wound back to the near side. The needle exits the skin about 4 to 8 mm down the original wound edge from the original insertion site. The suture is tied gently on the side of the wound where the suturing began"
    #1Authoreasy (238884) 19 Dec 13, 16:38
    Suggestioninterrupted (vertical) mattress suture
    Comment
    Finde ich im wound closure manual von Ethicon.
    Je nach Typ der Matratzennaht vertical oder horizontal.

    In einem andern Wound Healing Manual ist von three-point (U or corner) suture die Rede.
    #2Authorcoincidencia (584980) 19 Dec 13, 16:48
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    Danke Dir!
    #3Authoreasy (238884) 19 Dec 13, 16:53
     
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