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Anal Tampon Surgical Wound care


Quick haemostasis in anorectal surgeries

Best suitable for post operative haemostasis

Painless and easy tampon discharge

High blood absorption capacity

Surgispon® Tampon is provided with an opening into which a flatus drain can be introduced


Surgispon® anal reduces post-operative pains more effectively than other known forms of anal tampons.

High absorption capacity - up to 50 times of its own weight.

Surgispon® anal gelatine sponge liquefies rapidly and is spontaneously expelled within 1 to 2 days.

Used as a carrier for drugs like antibiotics, thrombin and haemostats glue.

The gelatin sponge application can save up to 4 days of hospital stay for each rectal patient.

Significantly increases hemostasis without increasing pain and discomfort.

The immediate insertion of an absorbable hemostatic gelatin sponge can reduce the frequency of rectal bleeding.



Non allergenic




It has a non-water-soluble property

Attaches to the bleeding tissue

Used dry or soaked with physiological solutionell adhering ability to the bleeding site

Implantable and completely resorbable

Does not stick to instruments

Surgispon® is manufactured from highly purified & ph neutral pharmaceutical gelatin foam of uniform porosity.

Surgispon® is single use & gamma sterilised absorbable haemostatic gelatin sponge. 

Surgispon® anal is used in haemorrhoid operations and other surgical procedures in the anal, vaginal and rectal regions

Painless and easy tampon discharge. The surgispon®is easy expelled at first bowel movement, requiring no additional nursing intervention.


Anorectal surgery – suitable to better facilitate post operative haemostasis.

To achieve fast hemostasis in :


Anal fistula and fissures.

Curettage and Hysterectomies.

Surgery for rectal cancer.

Rectal prolapse.

Colorectal surgery.

Insertion into rectum after transrectal prostate needle biopsy, for haemostasis