Kono Manufacturing Co., Ltd., a medical suture needle / suture maker Manufacturer Location: Soya Ichikawa-shi, Chiba Prefecture Product sales company: Crown Jun Kono

Microsurgery Nylon

Crownjun microsurgery nylon suture has
been used among many microsurgeons in
Japan.

Our micromachining technology enables us to manufacture suture needles of a quality high enough for supermicrosurgery.
We endeavor to contribute to society through our micromachining technology.

Non-absorbable, sterile, surgical polyamide monofilament suture.

< Reasons why Crownjun Microsurgery Suture is chosen >


1. Superior micromachining technology
  The smallest suture needles in the world: 0.8 mm in length, 30 µm in diameter.
  Competing Product A: USP 11-0; 3.8 mm in length, 50 µm in diameter

2. A full set of varieties is available for use in lymphaticovenous anastomosis, flaps, digital replantation, hepatic arterial anastomosis, etc.
  A wide range of needle and thread sizes.
  Double-arm suture needles for liver transplantation and back-wall techniques, etc.

Kono Seisakusho manufactures microsurgery needles with attached micro nylon suture thread, in a range of sizes from USP 8-0 to USP 12-0.
We manufacture the smallest suture needles in the world—USP 12-0 microsurgery needles (0.8 mm in length, 30 µm in diameter) with attached micro nylon thread. Since their development in 2004, they have earned high praise from microsurgery professionals performing blood vessel and nerve reconstruction under 3–20 power magnification.
The high quality of our USP 11-0, 10-0, and 9-0 suture needles is underpinned by our technical capacity for manufacturing high quality USP 12-0 suture needles.
Most doctors performing microsurgeries in Japan use our suture needles.

Model Number NDH00Y

Applications
Lymphaticovenous anastomosis
Lymphedema treatment
Perforator flap surgery
Breast reconstruction
Hepatic arterial anastomosis
Liver transplantation
Digital replantation
Transplant surgery

For Super-micro surgery, Made in Japan

At 0.8 mm in length and 30 µm in diameter, our USP 12-0 microsurgery needles with attached micro nylon thread are the smallest suture needles in the world.

Our micromachining technology enables us to manufacture suture needles of a quality high enough for supermicrosurgery. The quality of our micro nylon thread is extremely consistent.

In Japan, our Crownjun micro nylon suture thread is preferred by most surgeons who perform procedures such as lymphaticovenous anastomosis when surgically treating lymphedema.

The high quality of our 11-0, 10-0, and 9-0 suture needles is underpinned by our technical capacity for manufacturing high quality 12-0 suture needles. Furthermore, our suture needles have also long been used for conventional microsurgery.

In 1965, our suture needles with attached micro nylon thread were used in the world’s first successful thumb replantation surgery.

From the birth of microsurgery to the current age of super microsurgery.

We endeavor to contribute to society through our micromachining technology.