oxidized regenerated cellulose absorbable of 10.
HemCon) has been awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop a novel chitosan endoluminal hemostatic
dressing that is able to be delivered by a catheter to control and prevent prostatic bleeding during prostatic surgery such as transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP).
When these are inadequate or infeasible, topical hemostatic
agents can be employed.
Perclot is a hemostat composed of absorbable polysaccharide granules and is intended for use in surgical procedures as an adjunctive hemostatic
device when control of capillary, venular, and arteriolar bleeding by pressure, ligature, and other conventional means is ineffective or impractical.
In addition to meticulous surgical technique, methods to reduce blood loss during radical cystectomy can be categorized into topical hemostatic
agents, systemic hemostatic
agents and procedural hemostatic
5) In Vietnam, almost 40% of Soldiers who died of exsanguination had a source of bleeding that could possibly have been controlled by a hemostatic
Knit-Pak is ideal to use in combination with a Hemodent[R] hemostatic
agent or Traxodent[R] for tissue displacement and management prior to taking an impression.
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the surgical and histopathological hemostatic
effects of topical Ankaferd blood stopper (ABS) on major arterial vessel injury related to elevated intra-arterial blood pressure in an experimental rabbit model.
The article by Arthur Siegel et al (Effect of Marathon Running on Inflammatory and Hemostatic
Markers) is a study in bias, distortion and the art of pushing the proverbial square peg into the round hole.
patent covering the use of its FloSeal[R] Hemostatic
Matrix Sealant and its Proceed[TM] Hemostatic
Sealant, a configuration of FloSeal used for spinal applications.
said Monday it has recalled a solution imported from Denmark and shipped to pharmaceutical manufacturers for use in hemostatic
products, which stem bleeding, because it could have become a source of mad-cow disease.
Of particular interest, this book includes a critical review of the hemostatic
management of patients undergoing invasive bedside procedures.