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Gel, Postsurgical Adhesion Inhibition

Definition : Gel (e.g., carbohydrate polymer) designed to act as a temporary barrier inhibiting postsurgical adhesion between tissues and organs. This gel is applied to the surface of tissues and organs at the end of surgery, before surgical close, and is typically resorbed by the body in a short period (e.g., several days or weeks). Postsurgical adhesion inhibition gel is mostly used as an adhesion barrier following spinal surgery (e.g., laminectomy) or tendon and peipheral nerve surgery. Some adhesion inhibition gels are inteneded for use in pelvic, gynecological, abdominal, or implant surgery

Entry Terms : "Peridural Fibrosis Inhibitors" , "Inhibitors, Peridural Fibrosis" , "Surgical Adhesion Barrier Gel" , "Adhesion Inhibition Gel" , "Adhesion Barrier Gel" , "Scarring Inhibitors" , "Postsurgical Scarring Inhibitors" , "Barriers, Adhesion, Resorbable"

UMDC code : 20373

   

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Advanced Medical Solutions Ltd

Advanced Medical Solutions Ltd

Baxter bv

Baxter bv

Baxter Deutschland GmbH

Baxter Deutschland GmbH

Baxter Healthcare Ltd

Baxter Healthcare Ltd

Swiss American Products Inc

Swiss-American Products, Inc., was founded on the principle that the use of medically accepted products in daily skin care can help solve and prevent a wide range of skin and wound problems.Over the years, the Company has provided a valuable service to consumers, manufacturing various medical grade skin care products, adhering to strict federal production and labeling regulations and consistently monitoring every product to maintain high quality standards that guarantee results.

Traatek Inc

Traatek is a human technology organization that provides a wide range of services to the biochemical industry. Specializing in leading medical technology, we identify and develop distributors for neurosurgical product manufacturers in the United States as well as international corporations. We also handle products in the cardiovascular and vascular areas and to a lesser extent, radiation oncology, interventional technologies and general surgery.

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