BloodSTOP® and BloodSTOP® iX are biocompatible, non-irritating, woven matrices of fibers made from natural plant compounds. They adhere to a wound, initiate blood coagulation, stop bleeding, and form a protective layer to create an optimal environment for wound healing. Their water solubility allows for removal by rinsing, without disruption of a clotted surface.

 

These products are covered by U.S. Patent No. 7,262,181.

 

Catheterization Labs and Interventional Radiology

BloodSTOP® iX reduces hold times when used as an adjunct to manual pressure for topical bleeding control in sheath pulls.  The features of BloodSTOP® iX make it uniquely suited to this application:

       Activates in seconds by contact with blood, transforming to a gel to form a seal over the wound

       Conforms to all wound surfaces

       Easy to cut, fold or layer 

       Retains sealant capacity during patient movement

       Can be reactivated with direct pressure if re-bleed occurs away from the lab

       Requires no straps or additional pressure devices

       Significantly more cost effective than competitors

 

 

 

BloodSTOP® iX is intended for the control of surface bleeding at vascular access sites in cases where hemostasis by clotting is indicated.  It is not intended as a substitute for the appropriate use of vascular closure devices when such devices are indicated.

 

“Over the years I have used many topical hemostatic pads and BloodSTOP iX is the most effective at reducing hold times that I have found.  It is versatile and as a single package solution for most routine applications, economical enough to use.  Long Beach Memorial Hospital has a very busy Interventional Radiology Lab and the time saved with BloodSTOP iX is important in maintaining the flow of our daily schedule and the quality of our patient care.” 

Gaurav K. Goswami, MD                  
Chief, Interventional Radiology 
Long Beach Memorial Hospital, Long Beach, California

 

 

Typical procedures:


  •  Tissue Sampling and Biopsy Procedures
  •  Dialysis Catheter Placement and Removal
  • Dialysis Graft Access
  • Placement of Venous Ports
  • PICC Line Placement
  • Stenting Procedures
  • Arterial Access Procedures
  • Angiogram and Perfusion Studies
  • Cerebrovascular Studies
  • Vena Cava Filter Placement
  • Venous Foreign Body Removal
  • Arterial Venous Fistula Grafts
  • Fistula Graft Cleanout Procedures
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis Cleanout                                                 BloodSTOP iX under Tegaderm                                                                                                               Bandage, Jugular Access                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 

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