The laparoscopy splenic injury repair: the use of fibrin glue in a heparinized porcine model.

@article{Freire2011TheLS,
  title={The laparoscopy splenic injury repair: the use of fibrin glue in a heparinized porcine model.},
  author={Dalmer Faria Freire and Murched Omar Taha and Jos{\'e} Homero Soares and Manoel de Jesus Sim{\~o}es and Anna Luiza Negrini Fagundes and Djalma Jos{\'e} Fagundes},
  journal={Acta cirurgica brasileira},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={235-41}
}
PURPOSE To investigate the effectiveness of fibrin glue (laparoscopic via) into promote the hemostasis of a spleen injury on a heparinized porcine model. METHODS Eighteen Landrace porcine were submitted to laparoscopic spleen injury and randomly distributed: GHA (heparin plus adhesive), GH (heparin without adhesive) and GS (Sham - without heparin or adhesive). Ten minutes before the surgical procedures a single IV dose (200UI/kg) of heparin sodium was administrated only to groups GHA and GH… CONTINUE READING
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