• Small cube and strip sized sponges to fit small cavities
  • Widely accepted by ENT and Oro-dental surgeon as most effective haemostatic – packing material.
  • Pliable and can be shaped into various forms with adequate mechanical properties to fit into small surgical cavities.
  • 100% absorbable – avoids patient discomfort associated with removal of non-absorbable packing material.
  • Non-allergic, biocompatible and biodegradable and absorbed/degraded completely within 4–6 weeks via the action of various enzymes.
  • Considered as most kinder packing material available in market
  • Works as a scaffold to support growth of near-by tissue and fastens the healing process of ENT surgeries.
  • Superior than PVA based sponge
    • No need to remove, no pain and bleeding
    • No patient discomfort and greater patient satisfaction with no adverse reactions

Use in nasal surgeries – though gelatin based sponge is found to be most effective haemostatic and non toxic packing material after endoscopic sinus surgery (Cho Ks et al) and septoplasty  few research publications also suggest that any packing material coming into contact with sinus wall impairs its healing. The benefit of haemostatic packing in nasal septal surgery is unclear and product usage should be based on the surgeon’s discretion and experience.