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Use of the novel hemostatic textile Stasilon® to arrest refractory retroperitoneal hemorrhage: a case report

Creator: Rich, Preston B, Douillet, Christelle, Buchholz, Valorie, Overby, David W, Jones, Samuel W, Cairns, Bruce

Abstract Introduction Stasilon® is a novel hemostatic woven textile composed of allergen-free fibers of continuous filament fiberglass and bamboo yarn. The development of this product resulted from controlled in vitro thrombogenic analysis of an (more)

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Figure 1 Stasilon®

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Date Deposited: 2016-07-09

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Figure 2 Stasilon® was non-adherent to the wound bed

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Figure 3 After Stasilon® removal, the retroperitoneum remained dry

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