Braided Suture in Mesh
Cesium-131 Braided Suture in Mesh contains seeds with a Braided Suture then sewn into a bioabsorbable mesh that is then stapled or sewn directly into the affected tissues.
The use of bioabsorbable mesh aids in ‘blanket-like’ coverage when compared to individual seed placement and can also provide off-set placement from the radiation source. Common applications include lung, pelvic floor and brain cancers.
Good for surgical procedures
- Flexible suture and allows for precise placement within tissue
- Bioabsorbable suitable for a range of body sites
- Customizable lengths available
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Your Isotope Choice Makes a Difference
Not all brachytherapy radioisotopes are the same. Compared to alternative brachytherapy seeds, Cesium-131 offers the highest energy and shortest half-life.
|Isotope||Introduced||Half life||Kev||Delivery rate||Detectable in the body|
|Iodine-125||1965||60 Day||20.8||204 Days for 90% Dose||600 Days|
|Palladium-103||1987||17 Day||28.5||58 Days for 90% Dose||170 Days|
|Cesium-131||2004||9.7 Day||30.4||33 Days for 90% Dose||97 Days|
United States Brief Statement
Cesium-131 brachytherapy seeds are indicated for the treatment of malignant disease(e.g., head and neck, eye, brain, breast, prostate, etc.) and may be used in surface, interstitial, and intra cavitary applications for tumors with known radio sensitivity. The seeds may be used as a primary treatment or in conjunction with other treatment modalities, such as external beam radiation therapy, chemotherapy or as treatment for residual disease after excision of primary tumors. Contraindications: As with other brachytherapy sources, treatment of tumors in generally poor condition (e.g. ulcerated) is not recommended with Cesium-131 brachytherapy seeds due to the potential for source migration. Prior to use, please reference the Cesium-131 Instructions for more information on indications, contraindications, warnings, all precautions, and adverse events.
Caution: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.