Surgicel


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Surgicel

 [sur´jĭ-sel]
trademark for an absorbable knitted fabric prepared by controlled oxidation of cellulose; used as a hemostatic covering for surgical wounds to control hemorrhage when other conventional methods are impractical or ineffective.

Surgicel

/Sur·gi·cel/ (ser´jĭ-sel) trademark for an absorbable knitted fabric prepared by controlled oxidation of cellulose, used to control intraoperative hemorrhage when other conventional methods are impractical or ineffective.
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Both patients with a bleeding complication had an abnormal PT; one of them lost approximately 75 ml of blood and was treated with Surgicel, and the other sustained an injury to the anterior jugular vein that was immediately tied intraoperatively.
I found two boxes named Surgicel and three boxes named Integra Neurosciences when I searched his bag.
The product is anticipated to compete for temporary surgical bleeding control with hemostats like Surgicel by Ethicon, Gelfoam by Pfizer and fibrin sealants and glues, while also reducing the need for passive blood-absorbing lap-pads and dressings that can be challenging to track during surgical procedures.
Tenders are invited for Absorbable Hemoststic, Proprietary Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose Structured Nonwoven Fabric, Needle Punched Withinterlocking Fibers Surgicel Snow , Size 2 Inch X 4 Inch 10 Foils / Box
14] Supplementary ties over a Surgicel (Ethicon, Somerville, NJ) or TachoComb (NYCOMED, Linz, Austria) bolster were created using remnant 1-0 sutures.
Placement of hemostatic agents such as Surgicel or Flo-Seal is often effective, followed by suture/clip placement if needed.
Diathermy, bone wax, and Surgicel were applied to achieve hemostasis.
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A 2-0 Vicryl interrupted suture is then placed over a Surgicel Nu-knit bolster (Ethicon, Inc.
21) The space created by the difference in size of the remaining reduced anterior frontal bone and the margins of the original sinus was packed with bone chips and Surgicel.