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BioGlue Features & Benefits
- Clinically proven in more than 1.25 Million cases worldwide since 1998.
- More than 300 pre-clinical and clinical papers discussing safety, efficacy, and application techniques.
- Simple design allows for unmatched ease of use.
- No mixing or reconstitution required.
- Ready to use in seconds.
- Unprecedented strength and versatility allows for effective use in even the most complex cardiovascular procedures.
CryoLife’s BioGlue Syringe is a self-contained, easy-to-use, disposable delivery system. The pre-filled device is available in 2mL, 5mL, and 10mL volumes. BioGlue delivery options include a size range of Standard Applicator Tips, Spreader Tips and Distal Tip Extenders.
Approved indications for BioGlue vary from country to country. Please verify approved indications in your local language Instructions for Use. In most international markets, BioGlue is indicated for use as an adjunct to standard methods of surgical repair (such as sutures, staples, electrocautery, and/or patches) to bond, seal, and/or reinforce soft tissue. BioGlue may also be applied alone to seal and/or reinforce damaged parenchyma when other ligature or conventional procedures are ineffective or impractical. Indicated soft tissues are:
- Alimentary (esophageal, gastrointestinal, and colorectal)
- Abdominal tissues (pancreatic, splenic, hepatic, biliary)
Additionally, BioGlue is used in the fixation of surgical meshes in hernia repair.
|Burst strength to 485 mmHG seals and reinforces tissue||Biodegradable and biocompatible||Protein hydrogel technology||Self-mixing controlled delivery room temp storage-no prep|
BioGlue is not approved for commercial distribution in the People’s Republic of China.
BioGlue is indicated in Japan for use as an adjunct to adhesion and hemostasis for aortic dissection, suture anastomosis (including aortic dissection and artificial blood vessel anastomosis) and heart suture.
BioGlue is indicated in the USA as an adjunct to standard methods of achieving hemostasis in adult patients in open surgical repair of large vessels (such as aorta, femoral, and carotid arteries)