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Control Bleeding using 3D Bond
Posted on 06.27.2017 06:44 AM By Rotem Maller In Bone Grafting
Mass bleeding during a surgical procedure can cause a very unpleasant and time-consuming situation.
This case: during an extraction and cyst removal there was a burst in an artery followed by persistent bleeding. Bleeding control was achieved very easily with the use of biphasic calcium sulfate cement, “3D Bond ™”. The graft was ejected on site and with the help of dry gauze, firmly compressed for a few seconds. The massive bleeding stopped immediately and the procedure resumed by adding layers of 3D Bond ™ to augment the site. No membrane was used.
As can be seen in the 3 months post op video, 3D Bond’s short maintaining behavior did not compromise the outcome. This was due to the defect morphology and the supporting bony walls.
Upon re-entry, we can see the results: 100% vital bone regeneration.
Maurice Salama says on 06.27.2017 02:04 PM
Nice concept. It is the pressure from the Calcium Sulfate that achieves hemostasis? Well done. Dr. Salama
dr Amos yahav says on 06.27.2017 04:39 PM
Thank you Dr Maurice ,indeed this concept is very efficient for such cases .The mechanism of action is as you said due to the pressure and due the ability of the biphasic calcium sulphate to set and harden instantly also in the presence of blood .thats was stop the bleeding in the first stage ,and in the second stage is the vast amount of calcium ions that participate in the coagulation