TiLENE® Blue Mesh
Our titanised hernia meshes TiLENE® Blue Mesh are hydrophilic with excellent body compatibility providing better patient outcomes. TiLENE® Blue Mesh is indicated for use in general and visceral surgery for all types of hernias and surgical techniques incl. IPOM.
- Titanium’s body compatibility properties transferred to a hernia mesh
- A better quality of life for patients1
- Easy handling and excellent visibility
- Standardisation: TiLENE® Blue Mesh is suitable for all intra- and extraperitoneal hernias and surgical techniques incl. IPOM. Only a few mesh variants suffice to cover all needs of general and visceral surgery.
- Time and cost savings: The hydrophilic surface of TiLENE® Blue Mesh facilitates the handling during laparoscopic surgery. Furthermore, certain indications do not require fixation.2,3 Consequently, the entire procedure becomes more time and cost efficient.
- Easier alignment of the mesh: The blue orientation stripes facilitate the alignment of the mesh implant.
- Imaging diagnostics are not affected
- Titanised type 1a polypropylene meshes
- Macroporous: pore size of 3 mm
- Lightweight: 24 g/m²
- Monofilament fabric
- Laser cut atraumatic edges
- EO-sterilised (ethylene oxide), pyrogen-free
Titanisation of mesh implants
Titanium is one of the most biocompatible materials and the preferred alloy used in various surgical applications since 1946.4 In 2002, pfmmedical successfully developed the first procedure worldwide that permits the application of titanium to flexible and elastic primary materials, specifically polypropylene meshes.
TiLENE® Blue Mesh mesh implants are type 1a polypropylene meshes (macroporous, lightweight, and monofilamentous) with a hydrophilic (“water-loving”) surface due to titanisation. A hydrophilic mesh implant integrates better into the surrounding tissue than a hydrophobic (“water-repellent”) material.
Further information on titanization can be found on our knowledge page.
Suitable for all hernia types including IPOM.
90449 Nürnberg, Germany
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1 Horstmann R., Hellwig M., Classen C., Röttgermann S., Palmes D., Impact of polypropylene amount on functional outcome and quality of life after inguinal hernia repair by the TAPP procedure using pure, mixed, and titanium-coated meshes. World J Surg, 2006, 30(9): 1742-1749
2 Tamme C., Garde N., Klingler A., Hampe C., Wunder R., Köckerling F., Totally extraperitoneal inguinal hernioplasty with titanium-coated lightweight polypropylene mesh: early results. Surg Endosc, 2005, 19(8): 1125-1129
3 Bittner R., Schmedt C. G., Leibl B. J., Schwarz J., Early postoperative and one year results of a randomized controlled trial comparing the impact of extralight titanized polypropylene mesh and traditional heavyweight polypropylene mesh on pain and seroma production in laparoscopic hernia repair (TAPP). World J Surg, 2011, 35(8): 1791–1797
4 Wintermantel, E., S.-W.H., Medizintechnik Life Science Engineering. 5 ed. 2009, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag