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hemostat

[′hē·mə‚stat]
(medicine)
An instrument to compress a bleeding vessel.
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Surgeries and trauma cases remain the two leading application areas of hemostats. The revenue share of the surgery segment is expected to reach 63.5% in 2016, representing market value of 36 Mn.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted Biomedica's Investigational New Drug (IND) application for ClotFoam, a novel hemostat for intraoperative hemorrhage.
William Wiesmann, co-founder of HemCon, said GuardaCareXR Surgical is an effective and reliable hemostat for surgical and trauma situations.
With some of these hemostats still in their infancy.
Trauma injury management involves critical operations, which requires controlling blood loss by application of topical hemostats or tissue sealing agents.
(NYSE: BAX) has completed the acquisition of two hemostat and sealant products from UK-based pharmaceutical company Mallinckrodt plc (NYSE: MNK), the company said.
As a provider of advanced hemostats and sealants, Baxter is focused on identifying solutions to help meet surgeons' varying needs," said Wil Boren, president of Baxter's Advanced Surgery business." We are excited about the addition of RECOTHROM to help surgeons address less severe intraoperative bleeding and PREVELEAK to complement Baxter's existing portfolio of sealants for cardiovascular and other surgical specialties."
Dallas, TX, October 26, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The market for Hemostats is expected to reach USD 4.1 billion by 2022, growing at 6.5% during the forecast years to 2022.
Hemostats and tissue sealants are used post-surgery or traumatic injury to bind or hold external tissue (skin) as well as internal tissue (blood vessels).