Published in Pharma Law Weekly, August 11th, 2009
"The study included 18 patients whose epistaxes recurred despite standard methods such as local pressure, vasoconstrictors, sedation, packing or cauterization. BSTS was sutured on the both sides of the nasal septum and held in place during one month. Epistaxis was controlled in all of the patients. We...
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