Woven Fabrics


Key characteristics of woven fabrics:
Dimensional stability,
Low elongation,
Controlled porosity,
High tensile strength in both longitudinal and crosswise directions,
High burst strength,
High suture retention strength.

The value of woven grafts in implantable medical devices:
Low profile design,
Low delivery forces required,
Ease of Deployment,
High degree of coagulation,
Controlled permeability,
Insulation against friction and tissue wear,
Abrasion resistance,
Mechanical patency.

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