Bleeding Control

Vascular Closure Devices
Vascular closure while introducing Axiostat

Vascular closure while introducing Axiostat Excessive bleeding during or after vascular surgical procedures can lead to severe complications for patients. The traditional method involves manually applying pressure with gauze to control bleeding and initiate haemostasis  after removing the catheter in cardiovascular or endovascular procedures. This practice, considered the gold standard, applies to both femoral and…

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Role Of Chitosan Haemostatic Dressing In Trauma

RROLE OF CHITOSAN HEMOSTATIC DRESSING IN TRAUMA Accidents and trauma are one of the leading causes of death and disability throughout the world. In developing countries like India, where emergency trauma care is still in its infancy, it accounts for almost 10% deaths every year. Lack of adequate pre-hospital care and uncontrolled bleeding from wound…

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Role Of New Generation Haemostat In Interventional Radiology Procedures

Role Of New Generation Hemostat In Interventional Radiology Procedures Interventional radiology (IR) is a medical field where minimally invasive diagnostic, therapeutic, and curative procedures are performed under the guidance of medical imaging. Rather than resorting to traditional open surgery, interventional radiologists use small incisions, typically in the abdominal area, to navigate catheters through blood vessels,…

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Use of Axiostat Haemostatic Dressing in High-Risk Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

Use of Axiostat Haemostatic Dressing in High-Risk Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), also commonly known as angioplasty, is a medical procedure used to treat coronary artery disease (CAD) and alleviate symptoms of angina (chest pain) or to address acute coronary syndromes like heart attacks. Each year around 60 million people across the world…

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catheterization laboratory
What happens in a Cath lab?

A Catheterization Laboratory is an examination room at a medical facility. These labs are utilized by interventional cardiologists, nurses, and trained technicians to perform minimally invasive procedures for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac issues.  Diagnostic imaging equipment in cath labs is used to visualize the arteries and the heart and treat abnormalities in the…

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Haemostatic agents- Definition Types and Need
Haemostatic agents : Definition, Types and Need

What is a haemostat? A haemostat is a medical device or dressing used to control bleeding from blood vessels in the body. It is used in surgeries as well as in emergency bleeding control. The word traces roots in the Greek language, wherein “haemo” denotes “blood” and “stat” means “stop”. So, the literal meaning of…

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