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COSEAL Surgical Sealant
COSEAL Surgical Sealant
Baxter

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Strong
When you need it.3

Postoperative hemostasis protection in a resorbable surgical sealant.†1,2

Resorbed within 30 days of application. Remains at application site for up to 7 days.†2
† Preclinical data. Results may not correlate to performance in humans.

COSEAL Surgical Sealant Indication
COSEAL is indicated for use in vascular reconstructions to achieve adjunctive hemostasis by mechanically sealing areas of leakage.

COSEAL Surgical Sealant Indication

COSEAL is indicated for use in vascular reconstructions to achieve adjunctive hemostasis by mechanically sealing areas of leakage.

Gone
Within 30 days.†3

Postoperative hemostasis protection in a resorbable surgical sealant.†1,2

Resorbed within 30 days of application. Remains at application site for up to 7 days.†2
† Preclinical data. Results may not correlate to performance in humans.

COSEAL Surgical Sealant Indication
COSEAL is indicated for use in vascular reconstructions to achieve adjunctive hemostasis by mechanically sealing areas of leakage.

COSEAL Surgical Sealant Indication

COSEAL is indicated for use in vascular reconstructions to achieve adjunctive hemostasis by mechanically sealing areas of leakage.

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COSEAL Surgical Sealant is developed for the right balance of strength, elasticity and time-to-resorption.

COSEAL Important Risk Information

  • COSEAL is not to be used in place of sutures, staples or mechanical closure.
  • COSEAL swells up to four times its volume within 24 hours of application and additional swelling occurs as the gel absorbs. Therefore, surgeons should consider the maximum swell volume and its possible effects on surrounding anatomic structures potentially sensitive to compression.

For more Information, please see Detailed Important Risk Information and Instructions For Use.


References:
  1. COSEAL Surgical Sealant Instructions for Use, Hayward, CA: Baxter Healthcare Corporation. March 2009.
  2. Hill A, Estridge TD,Maroney M, et al. Treatment of suture line bleeding with a novel synthetic surgical sealant in a canine iliac PTFE graft model. J Biomed. 2001;58: 308-312.
  3. Wallace DG, Cruise GM, Rhee WM, et al. A tissue sealant based on reactive multifunctional polyethylene glycol. J Biomed. 2001;58: 545-555.