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SURGISPON® TAMPON

SURGISPON® ANAL TAMPON

  • Quick haemostasis in anorectal surgeries
  • Best suitable for post operative haemostasis
  • Painless and easy tampon discharge
  • High blood absorption capacity
  • Surgispon® Tampon is provided with an opening into which a flatus drain can be introduced

Benefits / advantages

Surgispon® anal reduces post-operative pains more effectively than other known forms of anal tampons.

  • High absorption capacity - up to 50 times of its own weight.
  • Surgispon® anal gelatine sponge liquefies rapidly and is spontaneously expelled within 1 to 2 days.
  • Used as a carrier for drugs like antibiotics, thrombin and haemostats glue.
  • The gelatin sponge application can save up to 4 days of hospital stay for each rectal patient.
  • Significantly increases hemostasis without increasing pain and discomfort.
  • The immediate insertion of an absorbable hemostatic gelatin sponge can reduce the frequency of rectal bleeding.

Features

  • Non-toxic
  • Non allergenic
  • Non-immunogenic
  • Non-pyrogenic
  • Biocompatible
  • It has a non-water-soluble property
  • Attaches to the bleeding tissue
  • Used dry or soaked with physiological solutionell adhering ability to the bleeding site
  • Implantable and completely resorbable
  • Does not stick to instruments

Surgispon® is manufactured from highly purified & ph neutral pharmaceutical gelatin foam of uniform porosity.

Surgispon® is single use & gamma sterilised absorbable haemostatic gelatin sponge.

Surgispon® anal is used in haemorrhoid operations and other surgical procedures in the anal, vaginal and rectal regions

Painless and easy tampon discharge. The surgispon®is easy expelled at first bowel movement, requiring no additional nursing intervention.

Where to use

  • Anorectal surgery – suitable to better facilitate post operative haemostasis.
  • To achieve fast hemostasis in :
  • Haemorrhoidectomies.
  • Anal fistula and fissures.
  • Curettage and Hysterectomies.
  • Surgery for rectal cancer.
  • Rectal prolapse.
  • Colorectal surgery.
  • Insertion into rectum after transrectal prostate needle biopsy, for haemostasis
 

How to use

  • For rectal application?
    In anal and rectal surgery, introduce a dry anal tampon with the help of a proctoscope at the end of the surgical procedure.
  • Place dry gauze in the rima natis. The buttocks must be held together by means of a T bandage.
  • Bacterial invasion ensures the rapid dissolution of the sponge which softens and is spontaneously removed by defecation.
  • The Surgispon® Tampon is provided with an opening into which a flatus drain can be introduced.

After performing excision of hemorrhoidal piles , the operation is terminated by placing hemo- static absorbable gelatin sponge tampon in the anal canal.