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for a range of surgical indications

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In Brief

TissuePatch™ is:

  • a synthetic, absorbable surgical sealant film
  • indicated for use in prevention of fluid, air and blood leaks in a wide range of surgical situations
  • purpose-developed to provide important patient, surgeon and healthcare economic benefits
  • comprised of commonly encountered synthetic polymers, cleverly modified into a useful film for surgeons
  • an easy-to-apply alternative to liquid sealants, self-adhering to internal tissue surfaces to provide structural reinforcement against leakage throughout the healing period
  • fully synthetic, containing no human, bovine or porcine material
  • multi-layered, incorporating structural and adhesive absorbable components
  • applied straight from the pack, requiring no advance preparation
  • adhesive on one side only, forming a physical barrier to leakage and between tissue layers
  • flexible, so can be applied to non-uniform surfaces
  • NOT indicated for use in skin closure. Its effectiveness is dependent on the characteristics of specific internal tissue surfaces, which will vary
  • available in a range of sizes and shapes and can be cut to shape to suit clinical requirements

TissuePatch™ advanced surgical sealant film is CE Marked and indicated for use in prevention of fluid, air and blood leaks in a wide range of surgical situations.

It is a self-adhesive film that can be quickly applied to vulnerable tissue surfaces in order to deliver adjunctive watertight support during the post-closure phase.

By providing the reassurance of an effective closure, TissuePatch can play a key part in delivering reduced complications and hospital stay, so makes economic sense.

 


Size Guide/Ordering

Size Code
5 x (25 x 50 mm) TP-01M
5 x (50 x 50 mm) TP-02M
5 x (50 x 100 mm) TP-03M
5 x (100 x 100 mm) TP-04M
5 x (30 x 80 mm) TP-05M
5 x (25 x 100 mm) TP-07M

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