This first volume in the series Update and Future Trends in Fibrin Sealing presents various subjects in the field of wound healing on both a theoretical and clinical basis. Fibrin sealant plays an important role in the first stages of wound healing. Among the issues discussed is the relationship between biomaterials and other substances.
Haemostasis - An Important Aspect of the Efficacy of Fibrin Sealant.- The Cellular Biology of Wound Healing.- Does Fibrin Play an Important Role in Wound Healing?- Comparative Studies on the Physicochemical Properties of Tisseel and a Newly Development Fibrin Sealant.- Fibrin Glue in Skin Healing: An In Vitro Study.- Wound Healing and Fibrin Glue: An Experimental Comparative Study.- In Vivo Studies of Fibrin Sealant Ultrastructure.- Influence of Fibrin Sealant and Fibrin Sealant-Antibiotic Combination on the Healing Colonic Anastosmosis in the Rat.- Fibrin Sealant in Bone Regeneration.-Histological Investigation of Bone Healing in the Rat Calvaria After the Use of Fibrin Glue.- Hyaluronic Acid Modifies and Reduces the Inflammatory Response Seen After Trauma and Treatment with Fibrin Glue.- Calcium Phosphate Ceramics (Triosite) in Otology: Evaluation in Animals and Application in Humans. The Osteoinductive Potential of Bone Morphogenetic Gelatin Complexed with Hydroxyapatite and Fibrin Glue. An Evaluation of the Use of Aprotinin (Antifibronolytic Drug) for Fibrin Seating in General and Thoracic Surgery.- Fibrin Glue as a Vehicle for the Application of Hyaluronic Acid.
Number Of Pages: 149
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.27