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a white insoluble fibrous protein formed by the action of thrombin on fibrinogen when blood clots

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0 times stronger adhesion in wet tissue conditions compared to fibrin glue.
Percutaneous injection of fibrin glue for persistent nephrocutaneous fistula after partial nephrectomy.
Conclusion: The researchers concluded that the transplantation of autologous culture-expanded bone-marrow mesenchymal stem cells in platelet-rich fibrin glue shows great promise in the treatment of full-thickness articular cartilage defects, particularly large-sized defects (>4 cm).
We packed the middle ear space with muscle, fat, and fibrin glue, both sealing the cochleostomy and obliterating the middle ear space.
The iCMBAs had two and a half to eight times better adhesion in wet tissue conditions than fibrin glue.
The other four patients were successfully operated using antifibrinolytic agent and fibrin glue which was used during the circumscision and thrombocyte suspension was not used.
To counteract this, we decided to perform a local phrenic nerve block prior to application of the fibrin glue.
The FDA approval confirms that Fibrin Glue is a groundbreaking product that makes facelift surgery much more comfortable for patients," states Dr.
Interesting to note, that the fibrin glue is eventually reabsorbed, thus impeding foreign body inflammatory response.
Investments to be made in the Spanish facilities include euro 130 million for the construction of a new fibrin glue (biological adhesive) production facility and expansion of the albumin and coagulation factor VIII purification areas.
One disadvantage of laparoscopic ulcer closure is the longer operating time which can be rectified by employing the sutureless technique, which consists of using a gelatin plug and application of fibrin glue to close the perforation.
Thirteen chapters cover the anatomy and physiology of the prostrate and benign prostatic hyperplasia; transrectal ultrasound-guided permanent prostate seed implantations; transperineal radiofrequency interstitial tumor ablation of the prostate; laparoscopic radical prostatectomy; laparoscopic nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma; laparoscopic surgery of the ureter and bladder; laparoscopic surgery of the testis and ovary; renal cryosurgery; cryoablation of the prostate; use of fibrin glue in urology; use of lasers in the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement; stents, transurethral incision of the prostrate, and electrovaporization; and erectile dysfunction.
The periosteal patch is fixed to the defect with microsutures and sealed with fibrin glue to ensure a watertight patch.
Elaine Whitmore and Marc Paquin relates to a fibrin glue composition comprised of biomaterials, including a hyaluronic acid derivative, chitin and a chitosan derivative, to which fibrinogen and thrombin are added.