Absorbable Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose Gauze
1. What is Surgiclean®？
Absorptive Gauze of Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose
2. When should consider Surgiclean®？
Various surgical procedures
It is especially ideal for bleeding in capillary, vein and small arteries where can’t be well controlled by traditional methods like ligation. At the same time, it can be used to stop the bleeding instead of ordinary gauze during surgery, it will not only help to stop the bleeding, but also reduce the possibility of postoperative adhesions.
3. How to use Surgiclean® ？
4. Why choose Surgiclean ®？
Singclean absorbable oxidized regenerated cellulose has been proven bactericidal properties
Plant-based product, no animal-derived material
Fully absorbable within 7-30 days
Flexible and malleable, can be used in any size, shape
No reports on adverse reaction have been issued
Easy to use
Active bleeding control over traditional gauzes
Water soluble for easy removal without disruption to wound surface
Adheres to the wound without the discomfort of adhesives
ore competitive price the same raw material
5. How Surgiclean® works?
ISO13485 ISO9001 SGS CFDA
8. Important Safety Information
(1) Sterile, for single use. recycle not permitted.
(2) Do not use if the package is broken.
(3) This product is a supporting material to conventional hemostasis methods; it cannot replace suture and ligature, etc.
(4) Closing the gauze in a contaminated wound without drainage may lead to complications and should be avoided.
(5) This product has excellent water absorption, keep away from liquids before use.
(6) The product has a low pH; do not mix/use with enzyme based hemostatic agents.
(7) Do not remove the guaze before bleeding completely stops.
(8) Remove any excess after hemostasis is achieved in order to minimize the possibility of foreign body reaction.
(9) In urological procedures, minimal amounts of the product should be used and must be exercised to prevent plugging of the urethra, ureter, or a catheter by dislodged portions of the product.
(10) Since absorption of product could be prevented in chemically cauterized areas, its use should not be proceeded by application of silver nitrate or any other escharotic chemicals.
(11) Precautions should be taken in otorhinolaryngologic surgery to assure that none of the materials is aspirated by the patient.
(1) The gauze should not be used in bone defects
(2) The gauze should not be used in packing or wadding, unless it is to be removed after hemostasis is achieved.