fibrin sealant


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fibrin sealant

mixed fibrinogen and thrombin applied to sites to curtail hemorrhage or as a delivery mechanism to provide regional long-term growth factor or other drug delivery.
Synonym(s): fibrin glue

fibrin sealant

A biological agent used to help control bleeding in those injuries or surgeries in which cautery, ligation, or suturing do not provide adequate hemostasis.
Synonym: fibrin glue.
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As the designated principal investigator, he has taken several advanced hemostats from the bench to the bedside, including a fibrin sealant patch and a fibrin sealant powder.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved an expanded indication for EVARREST Fibrin Sealant Patch, which leverages biologics to rapidly and reliably stop problematic bleeding during surgery.
In that study, Hingtgen added his stem cells to an FDA-approved fibrin sealant commonly used as surgical glue.
In that study, Hingtgen and his team added his stem cells to an FDA-approved fibrin sealant commonly used as surgical glue.
But nothing seemed to control the bleeding effectively, so I used a new hemostat called the EVARREST[R] Fibrin Sealant Patch, to get hemostasis.
The approved indication for the fibrin sealant is for use with an absorbable gelatin sponge; it is the first spray-dried fibrin sealant approved by the FDA, according to its statement.
Bioseal manufactures a porcine-derived fibrin sealant, named Bioseal, currently the only porcine plasma-derived fibrin sealant approved for use in China.
After the phrenic nerve block, the fistula was brushed gently at bronchoscopy to encourage bleeding and subsequent granulation, and 2 mls of topical fibrin sealant Tisseel [TM] (Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Westlake Village, CA 91362 USA) was applied.
For example, a flowable agent or fibrin sealant could be thoroughly applied to the area during a minimally invasive or open procedure and would naturally conform to the irregularities in the tissue, particularly the junction between the vagina and bladder flap.
The Vivostat application system: a comparison with conventional fibrin sealant application systems.

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