The tissue adhesive Histoacryl consists of monomeric n-butyl-2-cyanoacrylate, which polymerises quickly in connection with tissue fluid. Histoacryl is an easy control over the quantity applied in different indications approved.
Wound closure in one minute
Significant less pain than suture materials
Effective microbial barrier
Storage at room temperature <22º
High level of patient and physician satisfaction
Save time and costs
Only one layer is needed
Histoacryl can be used for closure of endoscopic incisions
For bleeding and non-bleeding varices
Combined therapy with Histoacryl and conventional sclerosation therapy is possible]
Final hemostasis is achieved in >90% of cases
Lower rebleeding rate than with band ligation
Non-invasive method reported to be better tolerated by the patient than traditional fixation methods
Stand-alone fixation method in different hernia repair techniques
Comparable recurrence rate than with traditional fixation methods
Low intra- and postoperative morbidity
Reduced risk of post-operative chronic pain compared to traditional fixation methods
Decreased surgery time compared to traditional fixation methods
Good biocompatibility and in vivo tolerance
Skin Closure: Closure of skin wounds without tension (including clean surgical incisions and incisions from minimally invasive surgery), and simple, thoroughly cleansed, trauma-induced lacerations.
Sclerotherapy: Sclerotherapy of large oesophageal or fundal varices.
Mesh fixation: Fixation of hernia meshes, especially in inguinal hernia surgery.
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