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Product | VETIGEL®
VETIGEL® is a prescription hemostatic gel for veterinary use only. VETIGEL® helps control bleeding in animals by achieving hemostasis in seconds. For additional information, refer to Instructions for Use.Shop Now
Stops bleeding in seconds
When applied to a wound, VETIGEL® controls bleeding on contact
All VETIGEL® proprietary polymers are derived from non-animal sources
VETIGEL® was subjected to applicable ISO 10993 testing and interpreted for veterinary use
As a gel, VETIGEL® can conform to a wide range of wound geometries
No manual pressure needed
VETIGEL® creates a mechanical seal by applying its own pressure
VETIGEL® is supplied in a pre-filled syringe that is ready to use immediately
"I used it on a maxillary cancer site surgery to stop the palatine artery bleed, it worked very well. The dog is doing well. Dx Amelanotic Melanoma."
Dr. Surgeon, DVM, FAD, DiplAVDC
"VETIGEL Dental is easy to handle. The gel conforms into the extraction sites easily with an applicator, so no more attempting to cut [foam] to the right size and trying to stuff it into the sites. VETIGEL has great hemostatic properties. It has become a must-have for our advanced dental cases."
Dr. Yoshida, DVM
"After trying VETIGEL, I couldn't be happier. With our previous products you had to jam the sponge into the bleeding cavity and still apply pressure for a few minutes to get it to work and then inevitably, it would fall out when you looked away. With VETIGEL I just instill it into the pocket and it sticks perfectly. No needed time for pressure application and it doesn't come out until you want to rinse it. Great hemostatic properties keep my field clear of blood and allow me to continue to work efficiently. I can't imagine going back to anything else."
Dr. Berk, DVM
"We have been using VETIGEL® Dental during our dental procedures and are very satisfied with the results. The ease of application into the dental socket and the speed of which hemostasis occurs is impressive. With the speed of action, it enables us to suture and visualize better. In the past we have used dental cubes and found them to not be very user friendly....either they disintegrated or dislodged."