Thursday 1st January 1970, 12:00am
“Suturing” with Brian
During this Practical Fridays, Brian lead a suturing workshop. He reviewed common suture techniques used to close a wound, using various materials and tools. Each participant then practiced these techniques individually on a pig’s foot.
“Suturing – Surgical stitching to close a wound or incision or to approximate parts. Suturing may be continuous or by separated stitches (interrupted suturing) and may employ absorbable sutures, such as collagen or catgut, or non-absorbable sutures that may have to be removed.” -Collins Dictionary of Medicine
Location: Reseda Zürich (Badenerstrasse 230, 8004 Zürich)