Surgical Technique: The Ambidextrous Surgeon’s Knot: An Alternate Way to Tie the Surgeon’s Knot

The surgeon's knot is a well-established knot in surgical practice, known to provide unsurpassed grip and security for the tissue tied. It is particularly useful with slippery monofilament suture materials.1 Traditional tying of the surgeon's knot involves a cumbersome technique of repeati...

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Volume: 50
Main Author: Jha, Pankaj K., MS, MRCSEd
Barabas, Anthony G., MRCS
Sharma, Hemant, MS, MRCS
Format: Journal Article
Language: French, English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: Canada Canadian Medical Association 2007
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published in: Canadian journal of surgery Vol. 50; no. 6; pp. 470 - 471
Data of publication: 2007
ISSN: 0008-428X
EISSN: 1488-2310
Online Access: Fulltext
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