Each gynaecological procedure presents unique challenges that can cause complications for the healing process. Here are a few examples.
FLOSEAL, Baxter’s flowable haemostat, provides quicker haemostasis (2 minutes median time to haemostasis) that stops many different types of bleeds.1 It can be applied across several procedures on appropriate grades of bleedings (e.g. in hysterectomy).
Bleeding during and/or after a myomectomy can lead to different kind of complications such as a return to the operating room. TISSEEL, Baxter’s fibrin sealant, mimics a physiological clot for resorption in 10-14 days5, has a broad indication for haemostasis and with a wide range of drip and spray applicators may be applied across several procedures on appropriate grades of bleedings (e.g. in myomectomy).
COSEAL Surgical Sealant is a fully synthetic resorbable hydrogel, designed to provide a rapid intraoperative seal and to maintain adhesion protection during the critical postoperative period.3
ADEPT® Adhesion Reduction Solution is a non-viscous, colorless liquid that contains 4% icodextrin. The solution provides broad coverage, temporary tissue separation, and serves as an irrigant throughout surgery.4
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