SERAG-WIESSNER is a medium-sized company that is family-owned and managed. We can now look back on a successful company history of over 150 years.
We hold several certificates for our accredited system, ensuring that the high quality of our products is maintained.
The many plus factors of working with our products can best be experienced in practice.
Depending on the indication, we can supply suture materials in many different sizes, which are absorbed in the short-, medium- and long-term.
Polyglycolic acid, multifilament / braided, violet and undyed, medium-term absorption
Polyglycolic acid, multifilament / braided, violet, long-term absorption
Polyglycolic acid, multifilament / braided, short-term absorption, undyed
Polyglycolic acid-caprolactone, monofilament, short-term absorption, violet and undyed
Polyglycolic acid caprolactone: monofilament, absorbable, violet
Polydioxanone, monofilament, long-term absorption, violet
Polydioxanone, monofilament, unidirectional barbs, long-term absorption, violet
These suture materials consist of a variety of polymer materials, non-corroding stainless steel or, traditionally, natural materials (silk).
Titanium-coated polyamide, monofilament, undyed
Polyamide, monofilament, blue and undyed
Polyamide, multifilament / coated up to USP 4/0, monofilament from USP 5/0, black and undyed
Polyamide, monofilament, black
polyester, multifilament / coated, green
Standard polyester, multifilament, green and undyed
High-quality polyester, multifilament / coated, green and undyed
Polypropylene, monofilament, blue
Polyvinylidene fluoride, monofilament, blue
Polytetrafluoroethylene, monofilament, undyed
Silk, multifilament / coated, black and undyed
Steel / Steel, titanium-coated, multifilament and monofilament / monofilament
The needles used in surgery have to meet a wide variety of requirements. We use only stainless steel needles with excellent material properties that allow the surgeon to work safely and easily.
Discover the microscopic details of our needles in 3D.
To the Needle showroom.
Polypropylene/ Polypropylene/polyglycolic acid-caprolactone non-absorbable/ partially absorbable Hernias, tissue support
Textile implants for breast reconstruction
Polypropylene / polyglycolic acid-caprolactone partially absorbable Femaleincontinence
Polypropylene / Polypropylene / polyglycolic acid-caprolactone non-absorbable/ partially absorbable Gynaecological laparoscopy
Polypropylene / polyglycolic acid-caprolactone partially absorbable Female pelvic floor reconstruction (prolapse)
Polypropylene / polyglycolic acid-caprolactone partially absorbable Maleincontinence
Stainless steel Surgical instruments
Novel suturing instruments with high precisionSafe applications with a single incision
We manufacture standard solutions for infusion, liquid and sterile products for wound management and many special solutions as well as individual formulations for specific customer requirements.
Electrolyte, carrier and carbohydrate solutions
Sterile cleansing and eye irrigation solutions
Individual indications and formulations
Products for modern and moist wound treatment, preserved with polyhexanide or sodium hypochlorite/hypochlorous acid
Wound irrigation solutions with preservative based on Ringer's solution German Pharmacopoeia (DAB) 7
Hydrogels with preservative, with varying degrees of viscosity
Ready-to-use sterile, moist dressing with polihexanide.
Medical devices based on water with 0.08% sodium hypochlorite
Hydrogel in an innovative dosage form for use as a spray
Download brochures, product programmes, instructions for use and other information material. We would also be pleased to send you printed materials.
This portal offers you quick and easy access to the electronic Instructions for Use of our products.
to the eIFU Portal
Our video portal offers you a vivid presentation of the advantages and optimal usage of our products.
to the video portal
Schedule of congresses and events in which we participate.
SERAGYN® BRSERASYNTH® MESH BR: Textile implants for breast reconstruction
Ready-made mesh pocket for use in prepectoral implant-based breast reconstruction.