Fibrinkleber

Fibrinkleber zur Gewebeklebung und Verbesserung der Hämostase1

Fibrinkleber für die Gewebeklebung

Fibrinkleber für das flächendeckende Fixieren und Kleben von sukutanem Gewebe zur Vermeidung von Toträumen und Förderung der Wundheilung5,6.

Kollagenprodukte aus nativen Kollagenfibrillen

Hämostatikum bei venösen, kapillaren, diffusen und flächigen Blutungen - zur Versiegelung und Stabilisierung insuffizienzgefährderter Nähte.

Quellen:
1. Oz MC, Rondinone JF, Shargill NS. Floseal matrix: New generation topical hemostatic sealant. J Card Surg 2003;18:486-493
2. Hing K. et al. Biomaterials 2006; 27: 5014-5026
3. TRAUMASTEM Oxidised Cellulose [instructions for use]. Bioster, a.s., Czech Republic; 2011
4. Ref. Renkens KL Jr, Payner TD, Leipzig TJ, et al. A multicenter, prospective, randomized trial evaluating a new hemostatic agent for spinal surgery. 2001;26:1645-1650
5. Rohrich RJ et al., ARTISS Improves Flap Adherence Following Rhytidectomy Through Full Surface Adherence Between the Wound Bed and Applied Tissue which Eliminates Areas of Dead Space Often Associated With Hematoma and Seroma: Results of a Phase 3, Multicenter, Prospective, Randomized, Clinical Study, American Association of Plastic Surgeons (AAPS) 90th Annual Meeting, Boca Raton, FL, April 9-12, 2011
6. Foster K et al., FS 4IU VH S/D Clinical Study Group. Effi cacy and Safety of a Fibrin Sealant for Adherence of Autologous Skin Grafts to Burn Wounds: Results of a Phase 3 Clinical Study. J Burn Care Res. 2008; 29(2): 293-303