RESORBABLE COLLAGEN FOR WOUND MANAGEMENT
collafleece® is a wet-stable, porcine collagen sponge with highly efficient hemostatic properties. Its natural porous collagen structure supports the hemostasis and controls the natural healing of the wound. Owing to its spongy collagen structure, the collafleece® resorbs within ~2-4 weeks.
FAST HEMOSTASIS AND STABILIZATION OF THE BLOOD CLOT
The efficacy of collafleece®e is based on the well-known characteristics of collagen. The process of blood clotting comprises a complex series of reactions induced by the adhesion of platelets to the collagen fibers, which results in the formation of a thrombus by platelet aggregation. The secretion of coagulation factors is thereby triggered, which initiate further reactions as the formation of a fibrin clot [1,2,3]. The fast clotting reaction through collafleece® is particularly helpful when treating hemostatic compromised patients .
– Highly efficient hemostatic collagen
– Fast resorption by enzymatic degradation (2-4 weeks)
– Easy application
– Maintains integrity in presence of blood and during application
– Wound protection/wound healing
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collafleece® is a hemostatic collagen sponge indicated to support wound healing and control bleedings.
IMPLANTOLOGY, PERIODONTOLOGY AND ORAL AND CMF SURGERY
– Protection and hemostatic treatment of minor oral wounds
– Portection of the Schneiderian membrane
– Covering of biopsy or transplant harvesting sites
– Protection and hemostatic treatment after tooth extraction
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