2009 journal article

Biomechanical Comparison of Four Soft Tissue Replacement Materials: An In Vitro Evaluation of Single and Multilaminate Porcine Small Intestinal Submucosa, Canine Fascia Lata, and Polypropylene Mesh

VETERINARY SURGERY, 38(7), 834–844.

By: G. Arnold n, K. Mathews n, S. Roe n, P. Mente n & T. Seaboch n

MeSH headings : Animals; Biomechanical Phenomena; Cadaver; Dogs; Fascia Lata; Intestinal Mucosa / physiology; Intestine, Small / physiology; Materials Testing / veterinary; Mollusk Venoms; Polypropylenes; Surgical Mesh / veterinary; Swine; Tensile Strength
TL;DR: Compared with previous studies, PM accommodated a significantly higher load and energy to yield when its longitudinal cords were oriented parallel with the tension axis, and MLSIS had biomechanical characteristics that were inferior to FL and PM but superior to SIS. (via Semantic Scholar)
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