Hemostatic pad
cardiovascular surgeryneurosurgeryorthopedic surgery

hemostatic pad
hemostatic pad
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cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, ENT surgery, dental surgery


Hemostat for bone bleeding Sterile mixture of natural beeswax and vaseline - Mechanical haemostasis in bones [1-3] - Haemostasis achieved by tamponade effect [1-3] - Achieve mechanical occlusion of intraosseous vessels [1-3] - Soft, easy to shape and apply “only hand-warm” [4-6] Indicated for mechanical control of bleeding at bones in: - Thoracic surgery (sternum & ribs) - Dental, oral and jaw surgery - Orthopaedics and traumatology - Neurosurgery (trepanation) [1] Stehrer R, Hunger S, Schotten KJ, Parsaei B, Malek M, Jacob M, Geiselseder G, Meier J. Reduction of transfusion requirements in pediatric craniosynostosis surgery by a new local hemostatic agent. J Craniomaxillofac Surg. 2016; 44(9):1246-51. [2] Koc K, Ilik MK. Surgical management of an osteoblastoma involving the entire C2 vertebra and a review of literature. European Spine Journal. 2016; 25 Supplement 1:220-3. [3] Elmorsy A, Abdel-Wahab A, Sabry M, Wahby E. Bone wax versus oxidized regenerated cellulose in preventing sternal intramedullary bleeding in cardiac surgery. Journal of the Egyptian Society of Cardio- Thoracic Surgery. 2016;24(4):302-7. [4] Schonauer C, Tessitore E, Barbagallo G, Albanese V, Moraci A. The use of local agents: bone wax, gelatin, collagen, oxidized cellulose. Eur Spine J. 2004; 13(Suppl. 1):89-96. [5] Ogle OE. Perioperative hemorrhage. In: Dym H, Ogle OE. Atlas of Minor Oral Surgery. Philadelphia, Pa: WB Saunders. 2000:62-3. [6] Santhosh Kumar MP. Local hemostatic agents in the management of bleeding in oral surgery. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research. 2016;9:3.


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