BoneHem

ChitoTech Inc., a leader in hemostatic technologies, has developed a new biocompatible bone hemostatic product, called “BoneHem”. BoneHem stops bleeding by providing a mechanical barrier across the bone edges. BoneHem is non-allergic and compatible with bone tissue and does not cause granuloma formation. The hydroxyapatite present in BoneHem facilitates blood coagulation by binding to plasma proteins.

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Active Ingredient:                                                                                             

Hydroxyapatite

 

Intended use:

BoneHem is used to stop the bleeding of bone tissue in the following cases:

  • Cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeries involving sternotomy and thoracic,
  • Orthopedic surgeries and traumatology,
  • Arthroplasty,
  • Endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics,
  • Oral and Maxillofacial surgeries,

 

Warnings:

  • After hemostasis, remove excess materials with an appropriate tool such as sterile gauze.
  • Bonehem should not be used on infected sites.
  • Avoid combining “BoneHem” with other medicinal or therapeutic substances.

 

Instruction for use:

  1. Gently clean and dry the bleeding area with sterile gauze prior to application.
  2. Spread BoneHem along the bleeding surface with constant pressure to cover the bleeding site with appropriate quantity of material.
  3. Inspect the bleeding site after few minutes to ensure the bleeding has stopped. If necessary repeat previous steps.

Wound exudate

Low

Dry/None

Wound depth

Deep

Superficial

Infection phase

Infection treatment

Infection prevention

Wound exudate

Low

Dry/None

Wound depth

Deep

Superficial

Infection phase

Infection

Infection

How To Use

How To Use

Documentation

Studies

Sorbact® Gel Dressing - IFU

Comparison of a novel non-medicated bacteria-binding dressing to silver dressings in the manag...

Corsi A. 2015

SAWC Fall. September 12-14, Baltimore, USA

Cutimed® Siltec foam and Cutimed® Sorbact® gel dressings: A clinical audit

Stephen-Haynes J et al. 2010

Wounds UK. 6(1):130-136.

Hydrogel-impregnated dressings for graft fixation: A case series

Choi JS et al. 2015

Wounds UK. 6(1):130-136.