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FLOSEAL Hemostatic Matrix with a needle-free vial adapter

FLOSEAL Preparation for 5 mL Needle-Free

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FLOSEAL Preparation for 10 mL Needle-Free

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Available in both 5 mL and 10 mL sizes

The FLOSEAL Hemostatic Matrix Kit with needle-free adapter delivers everything you expect from FLOSEAL—except a needle:

  • 10 mL includes single vial of thrombin and malleable tip
  • All-in-one package with human thrombin and pre-filled sodium chloride syringe, with no refrigeration required1
  • A proprietary combination of two independent hemostatic-promoting agents1,2
  • May be used up to 8 hours after mixing with thrombin solution1*

View Preparation Instructions for 5 mL and 10 mL needle-free »

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* Please see FLOSEAL Hemostatic Matrix Instructions For Use for complete review of proper application technique.

OSHA safety guidelines recommend the use of needle-free medical devices to reduce sharps injuries in the surgical setting.3

The 2011 AORN Standards and Recommended Practices suggests evaluating safety devices so they are acceptable to all members of the perioperative team who use them.4

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  1. Floseal Hemostatic Matrix Instructions for Use. Hayward, CA: Baxter Healthcare Corporation.
  2. Oz MC, Cosgrove DM 3rd, Badduke BR, et al. Controlled clinical trial of a novel hemostatic agent in cardiac surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 2000;69:1376-1382.
  3. United States Department of Labor. Revision to OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: Technical Background and Summary. Accessed July 27, 2012.
  4. Association of periOperative Nurses. AORN Guidance Statement: Sharps injury prevention in the perioperative setting. 2011. Originally published in Standards, Recommended Practices, and Guidelines, 2005 edition. Reprinted March 2005, AORN Journal.