COLLAGEN

 

USES

Collagen is a fibrous protein component of mammalian connective tissue used in surgery as a haemostatic and as a repair and suture material.

 

DOSAGE

Adult: Topical To be applied onto the bleeding wound directly. Remove excess material 10-15 mins later.

 

DOSAGE DETAILS

Topical/Cutaneous

Haemostatic

Adult: Use a sufficiently large dressing to cover the bleeding wound. Excess material can be removed 10-15 minutes later.

 

STORAGE

Store at room temperature.

 

THERAPEUTIC CLASS

Haemostatics

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