Published in Blood Weekly, December 28th, 1998
It is difficult to apply fibrin glue in the two-component liquid form at certain surgical sites because of overflow, before it solidifies, despite the use of an applicator, noted Lissy K. Krishnan and colleagues, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum, India.
The use of currently available fibrin glue products for surgical applications is associated largely with two procedures: 1) reconstitution of the lyophilized components; and 2) precise delivery of the mixed...
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