A Simple Solution to a Very Severe Problem
Presacral bleeding during pelvic surgery can be a very severe and life-threatening problem. When it cannot be controlled by conventional methods, it can result in massive hemorrhage and even death.1
Surgin’s Hemorrhage Occluder Pin with applicator is a simple, well-documented solution to stop presacral bleeding quickly and effectively. Designed by Jeffrey W. Milsom, MD of the Weill Cornell Medical Center, the Hemorrhage Occluder Pin is indicated for the control of localized severe hemorrhage of the presacral area during pelvic surgery2. Since its introduction in 1993 it has saved thousands of lives3.
- Wang Q., Shi W., Zhou W., He Z., “New Concepts in Severe Presacral Hemorrhage During Proctectomy,” Arch Surg., 1985:1120:1013-1020.
- Stolfi, V.M., Milsom, J., Church, J.: “Newly Designed Occluder Pin for Presacral Hemorrhage.” Dis. Col. & Rect., 1992, Feb. pp 166-169.
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