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hemostat

[′hē·mə‚stat]
(medicine)
An instrument to compress a bleeding vessel.
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Preveleak augments Baxters portfolio of complementary hemostats, sealants and tissue products used in cardiovascular and other surgeries, offering surgeons additional clinically differentiated products to address patients varying needs.
has agreed to acquire two hemostat and sealant products from Mallinckrodt pic: RECOTHROM Thrombin topical (Recombinant), a stand-alone recombinant thrombin, and PREVELEAK Surgical Sealant used in vascular reconstruction.
The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of fibrin-based hemostat (Beriplast A(r)) and cellulose-based hemostat (Surgicel A(r)) with traditional procedures in patients undergoing thyroid surgery, in terms of blood loss, operative time, drainage volume, hospital stay, and postoperative complications.
Based on geography the Hemostats market is segmented into geographical regions such as North & South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and, Middle East & Africa.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global hemostats and tissue sealants market for 2016-2020.
The administration and monitoring of hemostats during surgical procedures is a complex task for clinicians, as it depends upon the blood flow from the particular area of surgery.
Hooks were removed from control bass by grabbing the hook bend or shank with hemostats and pulling the hook free.
Well, I learned that day that a "mosquito" is another name for a clamp or hemostat.
With some of these hemostats still in their infancy.
In addition to CoSeal(tm) surgical sealant, Cohesion Technologies has also developed CoStasis(tm) surgical hemostat, a liquid sprayable gel used to stop or control surgical bleeding.
The straight hemostat is used to bluntly dissect around the distal (elbow) ends of the implants.
The global tissue sealing agents and hemostasis segmentation is based on product types (topical hemostats, mechanical hemostats, collagen based, oxidized regenerated cellulose based, gelatin based, polysaccharide based, active hemostats - thrombin-based, flowable hemostats - combination, adhesive and tissue sealing agents, natural tissue sealants, fibrin sealants, other natural sealants - albumin and collagen based, synthetic tissue sealants, cynoacrylate-based tissue adhesives, adhesion barrier products, other synthetic tissue sealant such as polyethylene glycol based, etc.