Publication: The use of fibrin glue as an operative sealant in dental extraction in bleeding disorder patients
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Haemophilia. Vol.5, No.2 (1999), 106-108
M. Suwannuraks, A. Chuansumrit, N. Sriudomporn (1999). The use of fibrin glue as an operative sealant in dental extraction in bleeding disorder patients. Retrieved from: https://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/handle/123456789/25658.
The use of fibrin glue as an operative sealant in dental extraction in bleeding disorder patients
Controlling haemorrhage by using a celluloid splint as an adjunctive therapy in patients with bleeding disorders is very beneficial in dental extraction. However, this technique still requires specific replacement therapy. The use of fibrin glue as a local treatment in dental extraction, without the use of any blood product replacement, recommended to improve efficiency in controlling haemorrhage during dental extraction. This method was modified using a combination of celluloid splint and fibrin glue for use in dental extraction in bleeding disorder patients. It was found that this method was effective in controlling bleeding, was cost effective, did not require replacement therapy and posed no risk of viral transmission.