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Surgical adhesive

Summary Information: Surgical adhesive

Surgical adhesive: A surgical adhesive is a medical-grade crosslinking agent used to seal leaks in between standard sutures and staples; in particular, around sutures in large blood vessels. Surgical adhesive is not used as a substitute for sutures or staples.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Surgical adhesive

These diseases are related to the medical device Surgical adhesive:

  • To mend leaks in blood vessel sutures

Other Names For Surgical adhesive

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