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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.
Oxidised regenerated cellulose (Surgicel) fibrillar is the preferred absorbable material for fast haemostasis
In order to determine HC level and parameters of platelet and plasma haemostasis
sections, patients of miscarriage risk group were examined by type of non-developing pregnancy both out of pregnancy and in the I trimester, which comprised the index group, and women with no reproductive miscarriages (control group).
(fig 1) is triggered where the endothelium (inner layer) of a blood vessel is damaged and blood components contact underlying tissues.
The breast is well vascularised and care should be taken to achieve haemostasis
. Most wound complications arise from haematomas which may readily become infected.
The recipient burn area is prepared routinely by escharotomy and/or debridement and meticulous haemostasis
. The skin graft is harvested and placed in the desired position.
The study is published in Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis