After five to ten minutes, excess Hemocoll collagen fibres should be removed, either by teasing away or by irrigation with saline, followed by aspiration. If breakthrough bleeding occurs in areas of thin application, additional Hemocoll may be applied. The amount required will depend on the severity of bleeding.
Hemocoll collagen fibre is derived from a bovine or ovine source and should not be used in patients with known sensitivity to such material.
Do not resterilize. Hemocoll collagen fibre is sterile if the package is dry, unopened and undamaged. Do not use if the package seal is broken. The device must be used prior to the expiration date. Discard all open Hemocoll collagen fibre and any unused portions. Hemocoll is available by medical prescription only.
Hemocoll should be kept in a clean, dry location. It can be stored at ambient room temperature and it is risk-free between -18°C to 40°C or 0°F to 104°F.
Hemocoll collagen fibre has been sterilized with ethylene oxide gas.
Hemocoll collagen fibre shelf life is 3 years.
|Catalogue Number||Size Specification||Packaging design|
|7002.C-1||0.25gm (Approx. 2.5ml)||1 Unit / Pouch|
|7002.C-2||0.50gm (Approx. 5ml)||1 Unit / Pouch|