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HAEMOSTEM™ Haemostatic Products

HAEMOSTEM™ is made by degrading a suitable form of plant cell wall cellulose by chemical oxidation, and neutralisation to the calcium salt, with depolymerisation by irradiation. The resulting pale yellow-cream to buff coloured powder is composed of microfibres of about 10 micron diameter and 100 micron in length. Containing by weight between 10 to 18% of carboxyl group and 4 to 8% calcium respectively with reference to dried substance. The suitable form of cellulose used is that prepared from the micronised fine seed coat fibres of the Cotton plant, Gossypium hirsutum, and other cultivated species of Gossypium.

HAEMOSTEM™ is used for the control of bleeding, as capillary haemorrhaging , and serum exudating from damaged tissue wherever conventional methods of local haemostasis is difficult or impractical.

Surface haemostasis is achieved initially by the physical nature of the microfibres forming a mesh or mat absorbing and entrapping blood cells and platelets followed by enhanced haemocoagulation essentially due to the ‘surface effect’ of the calcium salt quickly and readily activating the blood clotting processes.

Haemostatic powder in a pressurised aerosol spray. For external use only on small superficial wounds, grazes, cuts, small burns and post insertion of surgical lines. Particularly useful in difficult to access external wound sites. PRESENTATION: Aerosol can containing 50ml ‘ozone friendly’ propellant and 1g of modified carboxycellulose microfine powder.

Haemostatic dusting Powder for surface application in the control of bleeding, as capillary haemorrhaging, and serum exudating, from damaged tissues following interventional, invasive or post traumatic and corrective surgery, wherever conventional methods of haemostasis is difficult or impracticable. Particularly useful in control of parenchymatous and osseous bleeding from injured or resected organ surfaces. During and after General or specific Abdominal, Cardio-thoracic, Thoracic, Neurological, Urological, Gynaecological and Orthopaedic surgery. In Pulmonary surgery diffuse bleeding during lung resection. Decortification and adhesiolysis caused by lesions of the visceral or parietal pleura can be quickly arrested. PRESENTATION: 2G in screw capped puffer pack container fitted with multi-aperture ‘sifter’ plug. Sterile packaged with two additional screw on sterile packed extension nozzles.

Haemostatic dental cubes, dry massed and preformed shapes. Easy insertion in to tooth sockets to control protracted postextractional capillary bleeding. Each plug contains 135mg of micronised modified carboxycellulose with 25mg methycellulose and 40mg modified starch which acts as gelling and disintergrant agents. PRESENTATION: Sterile packed individually in blister pack strips of five.

Delicately woven haemostatic gauze for wrapping around anastimoses such as those of arterial and venous vessels and the digestive tract. PRESENTATION: Sterile single piece 5cm x 7cm in flat peel pouch.

NOTE: HAEMOSTEM™ is not suitable for the control of arterial or venous pressure bleeding where appropriate prior ‘tying off’ or cautery of blood vessels must be carried out. It may be used to control small arteriolar or venous bleeding.