2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-79302001000200002 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The authors have performed a literature review of surgical adhesives, such as cyanoacrylate, collagen gelatin, and fibrin glue. They have included different types of commercial and non-commercial fibrin sealants and have reported on the different components in these adhesives, such as fibrinogen, cryoprecipitate, bovine thrombin, and thrombin-like fraction of snake venom

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“…At the time of use, the components were previously thawed, reconstituted, mixed, and applied according to the following protocol: The first bottle had fibrinogen obtained from buffalo blood (5 μl), the second contained calcium chloride (2 μl), and the last bottle had a thrombin-like fraction (1 μl), totaling 8 μl [16,[23][24][25][26].…”
Section: Fibrin Sealantmentioning
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“…At the time of use, the components were previously thawed, reconstituted, mixed, and applied according to the following protocol: The first bottle had fibrinogen obtained from buffalo blood (5 μl), the second contained calcium chloride (2 μl), and the last bottle had a thrombin-like fraction (1 μl), totaling 8 μl [16,[23][24][25][26].…”
Section: Fibrin Sealantmentioning
“…At the time of use, the components were thawed, reconstituted, mixed and applied (Thomazini-Santos et al, 2001;Barros et al, 2009Barros et al, , 2011Gasparotto et al, 2014;Barbizan et al, 2013). The fibrin glue was composed of three separate solutions, as mentioned above, and homogenized immediately before use in a final volume of 6 l: (1) fibrinogen (3 l), (2) calcium chloride (2 l) and (3) thrombin-like fraction (1 l).…”
Section: Fibrin Sealantmentioning
“…At the time of use, the components were previously thawed, reconstituted, mixed and applied according to the protocol of the project (Thomazini-Santos et al, 2001;Barros et al, 2009Barros et al, , 2011Gasparotto et al, 2014;Ferreira, 2014).…”
Section: Fibrin Sealantmentioning