Cotton wool form of oxidized cellulose
OKCEL® F is a non-woven multi-layered fibrous version of the absorbable haemostatic material that is more lightweight and extremely flexible. It is used to achieve haemostasis over large areas, for surface applications, and in hard-to-reach places.
Size chart of OKCEL® F
|Format size||Packaging [pcs / sales unit]|
|OKCEL F 205||2.5 x 5 cm||10|
|OKCEL F 510||5 x 10 cm||10|
|OKCEL F 575||5 x 7.5 cm||10|
|OKCEL F 1010||10 x 10 cm||10|
|OKCEL F 1020||10 x 20 cm||10|
calcium salt of oxidized cellulose, powder form
OKCEL® Ca-L is a material that is white to light yellow in colour. It can be used as a powder or sprayed on to stop bleeding, particularly in first aid situations to stop minor bleeding and to treat small cuts, abrasions, and scrapes.
Original textile form of oxidized cellulose
OKCEL® H-T is a textile material ranging in colour from white to yellowish. This knitted version of the absorbable haemostatic material is of standard density. It is used to control capillary bleeding, as well as bleeding from smaller veins and arterioles during surgery and minimally invasive procedures.
Heavy duty textile form of oxidized cellulose
OKCEL® H-D is a knitted textile version of the absorbable haemostatic material that is thicker, denser, and more effective. It is suitable for stopping and controlling the diffusion of higher volumes of blood and bleeding from veins and arterioles during surgical procedures when it is not possible to use ligation or other conventional methods to stop bleeding.