We at Suturion believe in hernia prevention. This is why we are innovating a new suturing choice for abdominal wall closure.

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Changing suturing.

The Suturion suturing choice for abdominal wall closure has the aim to make the fasica closure faster and easier for surgeons to follow best practice (4:1 ratio)*. We want to support surgeons in the struggle to use the small bite closure technique.

The technology is developed by a surgeon that encountered the clinical problem in abdominal wall closure. Gabriel Börner decided to do something about it and that is how Suturion was born.  Now we are working on a game changing technical solution to make it easier and faster for surgeons everywhere to follow the small bite closure technique.

The first published results indicates that the new way of suturing is working rapid and delivers the same high performance regardless of the clinicians’ experience. Early feedback also shows that the Suturion solution is easier, faster than suturing by hand and that it is intuitive and feels easy.

Want to try a new choice of suturing? Join our waiting list and be the part of the first ones that get to try it!


*Deerenberg E, Harlaar J, Steyerberg E et al (2015). Small bite versus large bites for closure of abdominal midline incisions (STITCH): a double-blind multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Lancet 26(386):1254-1260 5.



Hernia prevention.

Scientific evidence shows that the right surgical technique can reduce complications after laparotomy.
We all know that it is essential to follow best practice and clinical guidelines to reduce the risk of complications, such as incisional hernia and deep wound infections. Did you know that today more than 20% of patients develops incisional hernia after open abdominal surgery?

Abdominal wall closure after open surgery is extremely important, but it is also widely underestimated as it is lengthy, takes time, cumbersome and sometimes exhausting for the surgeons.

We at Suturion believe in hernia prevention to avoid unnecessary patient complications. Let’s start to practice the best prinicples of abdominal wall closure.

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