Hemostatic polymer preparations based on Lagoden and water-soluble acetylcellulose have been obtained in the form of films and fibers. They have been subjected to hemostatic evaluation in comparison with standard products on rats and rabbits. The water-soluble fibers and films containing 5% of Lagoden that were obtained possessed good local hemostatic properties and were convenient in use. Their acute toxicity did not exceed 1500 mg/kg.
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Rakhmonberdiev, G.R., Sidikov, A.S., Yusupov, R.D. et al. Hemostatic materials based on acetylcellulose and Lagoden. Chem Nat Compd 33, 347–349 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02234893
- Organic Chemistry
- Acute Toxicity
- Standard Product
- Polymer Preparation