Fibrin glue

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Fibrin glue

Fibrin glue in coronary surgery

Fibrin Glue Increasingly Popular for Topical Surgical Hemostasis

Remodeling of vein grafts after local application of fibrin glue

In Vivo Use of Human Fibrin Glue Under the Subperiosteal and Subcutaneous Planes in Holtzman Rats

Closure of a bronchopleural fistula using a fibrin–glue coated collagen patch

Slime method: modified hemostatic technique of fibrin glue in major cardiothoracic surgery

Fibrin glue in coronary artery bypass grafting operations: casting out the Devil with Beelzebub?

Surgery: Peritoneal healing after fibrin glue application: a comparative study in a rat model

Venous air embolism and intracardiac thrombus after pressurized fibrin glue during liver surgery

Resumption of peritoneal dialysis after transcutaneous treatment of a peritoneal leakage using fibrin glue

Intrasac fibrin glue injection after platinum coils placement: the efficacy of a simple intraoperative procedure in preventing type II endoleak after endovascular aneurysm repair☆

Perivenous application of fibrin glue reduces early injury of the human saphenous vein graft wall in an ex vivo model

Differential, time-dependent effects of perivenous application of fibrin glue on medial thickening in porcine saphenous vein grafts

The use of Tachosil® surgical patch or fibrin glue in coronary artery surgery does not affect quality of anastomosis or provoke postoperative adhesions in pigs

Triple-layer sealing with absorptive mesh and fibrin glue is effective in preventing air leakage after segmentectomy: results from experiments and clinical study

The sealing effect of fibrin glue against alveolar air leakage evaluated up to 48 h; comparison between different methods of application

Perivenous application of fibrin glue reduces early injury to the human saphenous vein graft wall in an ex vivo model



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Prepared by a mixture of cryoprecipitate, calcium and thrombin. It has been shown to decrease subgraft haematoma rate and increase wound healing.

Subjects: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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