The results of the study showed that the administration of mannitol or hypertonic saline with or without the addition of starch could be related to haemostasis
impairment, although hypertonic saline seems to be safer due to less alteration in coagulation.
In Group I (GI, 10,62 [+ or -] 4,8kg) the haemostasis
method was electrosurgery with laparoscopic bipolar forceps (electrosurgical unit Emai BP150, 150W, forceps 42cm/5mm, EDLO S/A, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), and in Group II (GII, 11,2 [+ or -] 4,5kg) the method was a laparoscopic clip applier with titanium clips (33cm/10mm, Karl Storz Endoskope, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany).
Dissection tonsillectomy with haemostasis
performed with or without suture ligation is the standard technique.
Surgical complications included labial burn in two patients in Ligasure group and post-operative bleeding in one case in control group which required return to operation theatre for haemostasis
Following a feasibility project, IDS and Stago have formed a partnership to assist the French firm in developing coagulation and haemostasis
assays for use on the IDS-iSYS immunoanalyzer.
The dos and don'ts of haemostasis
and the haemostatic principles were discussed in depth and in detail, providing a well rounded theoretical as well as practical experience.
Fibrin sealants are utilised by surgeons as an adjunct to haemostasis
for use in patients undergoing surgery, when control of bleeding by standard surgical techniques is ineffective or impractical.
Fibrin clots can contribute to the local haemostasis
, seal capillaries and lymph vessels, provide full surface adherence, eliminate dead spaces and may reduce the need for drains.
Regarding the use of fabric for haemostasis
, all the following are true except:
Research objective was to understand development mechanisms of non-developing I trimester pregnancy on the basis of studying frequency of polymorphic alleles in folate metabolism genes MTHFR C677T, MTHFR A1298C, MTRR A66G, MTR A2756G, homocysteine level, platelet and plasma haemostasis
The processes of haemostasis
and clot lysis are controlled by a complex interaction of factors, co-factors and inhibitory proteins.
I can now suture, assist with and maintain haemostasis
(stopping any bleeding), inject local anaesthetic before procedures, make incisions and excise moles, lumps and bumps etc.