Gelfoam


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Gelfoam

 [jel´fōm]
trademark for preparations of absorbable gelatin sponge, used as a local hemostatic.

Gelfoam

a trademark for an absorbable hemostatic gelatin sponge.
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Percutaneous gelfoam embolization of chronic enterocutaneous fistulas: Report of three cases.
Arterial feeders from GDA were embolized with gelfoam and coils.
from different species) such as Gelfoam, bovine collagen, and hyaluronic acid; homograft materials (i.
On the day of admission, a cholecystostomy tube was placed, and the hepatic artery was embolized with Gelfoam.
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Gelfoam embolization was performed with no residual tumour enhancement thereafter (Fig.
Baxter Wins Approval for GELFOAM Plus Hemostasis Kit II-14
Flowseal and Gelfoam were placed in the base of the myometrial incision, and the defect was then closed using 2-0 chromic.
In 2008, Baxter launched its Gelfoam Plus, a hemostatic product for use in surgical procedures.
A difference, however, was seen between the implanted ungrafted and the implanted grafted cochleas but not between the use of fascia and Gelfoam.
The procedure consists of a trapezium excision to stabilize the first and second metacarpal bases, followed by packing of the trapezial space with Gelfoam and suture suspensionplasty, explained Dr.