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SURGISPON®Absorbable Haemostatic Gelatin Sponge for ENT surgeries “ Stops bleeding effectively ”

  • Porus structure and intrices enables the huge absorption of fluids
  • Surgispon® is effective in supporting the new graft in the outer ear canal after tympanoplasty and buttressing middle ear implants
  • pH-neutral makes suitable for use with the antibiotics /or other drugs.


  • Made from 100 % pharmaceutical gelatin
  • Natural & safe
  • Stops bleeding effectively
  • Insoluble in water and fully absorbable
  • High density sponge for prolonged support and scaffold function in graft and implant surgery
  • Also used as a carrier for antibiotics or other medication
  • pH-neutral – ideal carrier for drugs
  • Easy handling – does not stick to gloves or instruments
  • High patient comfort – can remain in the body
  • Total absorption time, depending on application , between 3-4 weeks

Why use Surgispon® ENT?

  • Unsurpassed anti-adhesive and heamostatic
  • Because of the firm higher density then standard cubes, the cubes stay longer in place, and are as such perfectly suited to be inserted to support and separate tissue to prevent adhesions and to control bleeding.

  • User friendly application
  • Clinical study report demonstrated: “Excellent processing abilities and no fuzzing was observed, which is clinically of major importance.” According to Priv. Doz Dr. “The pre operative preparations for the nurses are not time consuming and the application procedure was technically simple.

  • Safe, no complications
  • It has been demonstrated: “The postoperative period of 7 to 21 days can be passed without complications. There was no sign for a foreign body reaction, inflammation or formation of granulation tissue to the internal or external application of ENT gelatin sponges. There was no new bone formation either. The removal of ENT gelatin sponges cubes are easy without problems. A suction could be used occasionally with the use of a forceps. No remnants had to be removed in a second attempt.”

Why use Surgispon® ENT?

  • Tonsillectomy
  • Adenoidectomy
  • Polypectomy and nodulectomy of the nose and vocal cords
  • Reconstructive surgery for chronic otitis with suppuration
  • Control of recurring nosebleeds endolaryngeal surgery
  • Treatment of perilymphatic babyrynthical and pharyngeal fistulas
  • Tympanoplasty, Myringoplasty & Stapedotomy
  • Surgical treatment of neuromas and neurinomas of the auditory apparatus
  • Surgical treatment of laryngeal mucosa with transplant
  • Osteomas
  • Rhinopharyngeal cysts
  • Reconstruction of facial nerve and prevention of rhinorrheas of the cerebro-spinal fluid
  • Reconstruction of mandibular and radical cavities
  • Reconstructive surgery of the middle ear
  • Laryngectomy
  • Dual lesions in surgery of the endonasal sinus
  • Surgical treatment of peritonsillar, para- and retro-pharyngeal abscesses surgical removal of tumours
  • Use of haemostatic sponges is recommended, especially on extradural spaces and on paranasal and nasal cavities.

How to use in easy steps ?



Soak the high density ENT cube in antibiotic, or sterile saline solution, or use dry.

  • If used dry, the sponge is cut into the desired size and is slightly compressed. The sponges must be applied to a bleeding area under light pressure for one or two minutes until the bleeding stops.
  • If used wet, withdraw SURGISPON®ENT cubes, and squeeze thoroughly between gloved fingers to expel air bubbles. Replace in saline, and keep there until needed.
  • When bleeding is controlled, cubes can be left in situ.
  • When needed support is achieved, the cubes may be removed from the hearing canal.

Gelatin Sponge being inserted under the graft to secure it to the eardrum

Powder is useful in Filling up of spaces due to easy application of paste consistency can be comodated to usage by adding more or less to control peridural bleeding in the interior of sphenoid sinus

Posteror Nose Bleed Gelatin sponge Packing of a Posterior Nose Bleed

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