Tailored Implants Made of PVDF


For the repair of inguinal hernias using the Lichtenstein technique.

For example: inguinal hernia, on the left



Less effort

DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN is designed for safe and time-saving surgical handling. The elastic safety zone in the mesh, incorporated by using a special warp-knitting technique, makes it easier for the surgeon to achieve fold-free positioning of the implant.


Less risk

The newly constructed slit design makes for perfect tunnel modulation with optimal pressure distribution. This prevents spermatic cord stenosis and possible postoperative complications.
In addition, the high tear propagation resistance at the end-point of the slit prevents mesh ruptures from occurring.


Fewer erosions

The atraumatic smooth selvedges in the slit reduce erosion formation on the spermatic cord [16].They decrease postoperative pain and enable the patient to resume normal activity sooner.


Can be used in the left and right groin.

Product range

Allow for sufficient overlap when selecting mesh size.

DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN Size: 6 cm x 11 cm PV110611F3 Unit = 3 EA / BX
DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN Size: 6 cm x 11 cm PV110611F10 Unit = 10 EA / BX
DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN Size: 7.5 cm x 15 cm PV110715F1 Unit = 1 EA / BX
DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN Size: 7.5 cm x 15 cm PV110715F3 Unit = 3 EA / BX
DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN Size: 7.5 cm x 15 cm PV110715F10 Unit = 10 EA / BX
DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN visible Size: 7.5 cm x 15 cm PV170715F1 Unit = 1 EA / BX
Use and properties
Product DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN
Field of application inguinal hernias
Surgical approach open
Surgical technique Lichtenstein
Mesh position extraperitoneal (subfascial)
Fixation suture / bonding
Optimal handling
Optimal patient safety
Optimal patient comfort
Green line marker
Atraumatic selvedges
visible technology

gruene_punkte Applies to all product sizes
gruene_punkte Only applies to selected product sizes

Technical data

gruene_punkte Applies to all product sizes

Legends for the technical data

(a) Ratio of implant reactive surface area (thread surface) to implant surface area
(b) measured in the strip tensile test
(c) modified trouser tear test
(d) the Mühl method [6]
(e) Klinge’s classification [8]







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