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hemostats

Surgery A hand-held surgical instrument with flattened opposing surfaces used to occlude blood vessels for hemostasis

Patient discussion about hemostats

Q. Can I have a MRI of the knee if I have hemostatic clips in the brain?(also called aneurysm clips)?

A. How about a CAT scan of the knee?, I wonder if it would be an appropriate diagnostic tool, I suspect problems with a lateral meniscus.

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a global medical products company, said Monday that it will acquire two hemostat and sealant products from Mallinckrodt.
The patients were randomly divided into three groups (random sorting through a computerized list of patients), each of them employing a different means of hemostasis: in Group-I, classic surgical procedures were used to achieve hemostasis (ligatures and bipolar electrocauterization alone); in Group-II, oxidized regenerated cellulose patch (SurgicelA(r) cellulose-based hemostat 2.
Global Hemostats market report contains an in-depth profiling of the key market players, along with the recent developments (New product launches, partnerships, agreements, collaborations, and joint ventures) and strategies adopted by them to sustain and strengthen their positions in the market.
Topical hemostats (active hemostats, mechanical hemostats, and flowable hemostats)
Hemostats is one of the sub-markets of wound closure devices.
I make sure I tell my students this story; they get a kick out of it and I know they will always remember that a "mosquito" when spoken in medical terms, is a hemostat or clamp used for hemostasis.
The hemostat can then be easily removed with irrigation and suction.
CoSeal(tm) surgical sealant and CoStasis(tm) surgical hemostat are registered trademarks of Cohesion Technologies, Inc.
3] The so-called Emory technique uses a larger volume of local anesthetic (6 mL), an identically placed but longer incision (1 cm), and "vigorous disruption of tissue encapsulation" around the implant tips with the curved hemostat.
The product is expected 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.
Collagen also is a major component of many medical devices, including surgical sealants, hemostats and tissue-engineered products.
The delicate sheath layer is then grasped at the 10 and 2 o'clock positions (considering a horizontal plane through the vertical inguinal side of the vasal loop, with the patient's head at 12 o'clock) with the tips of two straight extra-delicate mosquito hemostats (eg, Miltex 7--8).