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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
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fibrin glue

Fibrin sealant Surgery A liquid commercial product composed of purified fibrinogen and thrombin used to seal operative wounds, by partially re-enacting the final stage of the coagulation cascade, in which fibrinogen is converted to fibrin in the presence of thrombin, factor XIII, fibronectin and calcium ions; FS are mixed at the 'table,' and used to seal complex surgical wounds–eg, anorectal fistulas
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Murata et al., "Clinical evaluation of application of polyglycolic acid sheet and fibrin glue spray for partial glossectomy," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Endoh, "Spontaneous intracranial hypotension successfully treated by epidural patching with fibrin glue," Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, vol.
As an additional control, fibrin glue without cells (prepared identically to as described above) was included in the experimental set-up.
The donor site was closed with fibrin glue. Antibiotic steroid ointment was applied to the operated eye, and a pressure patch was kept in place for 24 hours.
The dural and tegmen defects were repaired by using tensor fascia lata, auricular conchal cartilage grafts, and autogenous fibrin glue. We observed no complications during or after surgery.
Endoscopic treatment of a large post-surgical fistula using combined fibrin glue spray and vicryl mesh.
Tranexamic acid mouthwash versus autologous fibrin glue in patients taking warfarin undergoing dental extractions: A randomized prospective clinical study.
(15), the ratio of seroma formation was 39% in the group that used fibrin glue and 42% in control group.
Thus, in the patient in this study, bony defect and dural tear were endoscopically repaired using the subcutaneous fatty graft and by application of fibrin glue. During the same session, burr hole drainage was also performed to discharge the accumulated air.
Dr Roshan Ara Kazi further informed that in some cases, a doctor might use fibrin glue, made from plasma protein, to seal up and heal a fistula rather than cutting it open.
Here, we describe a relatively simple treatment of ECF using fibrin glue.