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Oxicel Absorbable Hemostat Oxidized Regenerated Cellulose

OXICEL Absorbable Hemostat (oxidized regenerated cellulose) is used adjunctively in surgical procedures to assist in the control of capillary, venous, and small arterial hemorrhage when ligation or other conventional methods of control are impractical or ineffective. OXICEL STANDARD, OXICEL FIBRIL, OXICEL KNIT, and OXICEL NONWOVEN Absorbable Hemostats can be cut to size for use in endoscopic procedures.Fully absorbable in 7-14 days. 

Our absorbable hemostat product range consist of; 

Oxicel Standard, The loose knit structured material of Oxicel Standard Absorbable Hemostat wraps well and allows user to better visualize the surgical site.Commonly used for General surgery, urological surgery, plastic surgery. 

Oxicel Fibril, Lightweight layers and tufts – peel off as little or as much as desired.Can be used in any size, shape, or thickness-as needed for specific application and is ideal for neurology, spine, cardiovascular, neurosurgery, orthopedic procedures. 

Oxicel Knit, Dense material provides strength in the presence of heavy bleeding.Soft, pliable weave designed to hold a suture and for placement on delicate tissue.Oxicel Knit Absorbable Hemostats are 3x stronger than Oxicel Standard Absorbable Hemostats. Ideal for Endometriotic cystectomy, Cardiac Surgery, liver fracture, caesarean section, nasal, trauma, sternotomies, and solid organ procedures. 

Oxicel Nonwoven, Faster time to hemostasis vs. Oxicel Standard Absorbable Hemostat.Non-woven structure increases surface contact to bleeding site.Enhanced conformability and superior handling vs. Oxicel Standard.Easy to deploy and manipulate in laparoscopic surgery.