What formats of implantable biomaterials are converted at J-Pac Medical?

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J-Pac Medical primarily works with Braids, Weaves, Knits, and Non-woven Structures.

  • The braid materials are typically multifilament strands that are used broadly in sutures and sports medicine applications.
  • Woven materials are fabrics that are dense (low pore size) and are dimensionally stable in all directions. These are typically used in wound care and critical filtration applications.
  • The knitted materials are more open structures (larger pore size) that typically display a stretchy direction and a stable direction. These are used in soft tissue repair applications as well as filtration applications.
  • The Non-woven materials are dense and strong. These materials are used broadly as tissue protecting sewing rings or pledgets in a broad range of cardiovascular applications.