Properties of Different Tissue Sealants with Special Emphasis on Fibrinogen-Based Preparations

  • H. Redl
  • G. Schlag
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Abstract

Different tissue sealants are described with special emphasis on the performance of different fibrinogen-based sealants. Therefore the biochemical properties of four different fibrinogen-based tissue adhesives are compared in detail. The major difference is in clot structure — coarse versus fine. Related to this structural difference are additional dissimilar properties. The coarse type fibrin sealant proved to be superior in tensile strength, cell compatibility and fibroblastic proliferation.

Key words

fine clot coarse clot fibrin sealant fibroblast proliferation tissue adhesive fibrinogen wound healing hemostasis 

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