SAWC FALL | Las Vegas, NV
Omni-stat Medical Inc will be exhibiting at the SAWC Fall Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, serving a forum to connect the entire wound care team on Oct 29 – 31, 2021 at Ceasar’s Palace. If you are attending this long awaited in-person meeting our team would love to meet you at Booth #727 to introduce our fast acting line of hemostatic agents.
SAWC & Omni-stat Medical Inc are excited for everyone to come together for education, social activities, and networking!
Don’t miss the Poster Presentations! Posters are open for viewing Saturday, October 30th from 8:00am to 4:00pm and the poster reception will be held from 5:20pm to 6:20pm.
“The Ability to Perform Optimal Debridement in Patients on Anticoagulation Therapy with the Use of a Chitosan-based Hemostatic Agent.”
“A Case Report on the Utiltiy of Inraoperative Use of a Chitosan-based Hemostatic Agent to Prevent Postoperative Bleeding Complication in a Patient with an Open Wound of the Heel.”
Primary Author: Aliza Lee, DPM, MS, ABPM – Director of Podiatric Medicine, Department of Veterans Affairs, Salem VA
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Not able to attend, click here to request more information about our products or to speak with a local sales representative
OMNI-Stat Granules and Granules can be used for sharp debridement of diabetic foot ulcers, vevous stasis ulcers, amputations and more. It may even allow wound care specialists to perform more aggressive sharp debridement on high-risk anticoagilated patients in an outpatient or inpatient setting.
Rapid bleeding control for surgical and non surgical wounds
A fast acting, safe and easy to use temporary topical external hemostat. Controls minor, moderate and severe bleeding.
- Proven Effective in the presence of anticoagulants like Heparin & Warfarin1
- Saves Time, stops bleeding in as little as 1 minute2
- Significantly reduces OR time3
1. Johnson L, Luksch P, Ranfield J, Hardy C. The laboratory assessment of a new hemostat able to clot blood containing anticoagulants. Presented at the 21st Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and the Wound Healing Society, San Diego, 2008. 2. Data on file at Omni-stat Medical Inc. Laboratory testing has shown the product to be effective in blood temperatures down to 56°F (13°C). 3. Thibodeaux, KT, Speyrer, MS, Thibodeaux, RP, Rogers, AA, Rippon, MG. Management of postoperative bleeding in surgically debrided wounds: topical haemostat versus electrocautery. Journal of Wound Care 2020; 29(8): 444-451