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Progel™ Platinum36

  • 환자재원기간 단축1
  • 흉관삽입기간 단축30
Progel™ Platinum은 흉막공기누출 치료용 실런트로, 전향적, 무작위배정 연구로 흉막공기누출 적응증 치료에 대한 효능이 입증되어 있습니다.29,31-33

Progel™ Platinum은 일반적인 봉합, 문합술 단독 시행 시 대비 흉막공기누출 건수를 유의하게 줄이는 것으로 나타났으며,29 중추적 임상시험 (Allen, et al.)에 따르면, 환자재원기간이 평균 1.9일 단축되는 것이 입증되어 있습니다.29

Progel™ Platinum 사용 시에는 흉막공기누출 연관 임상적 합병증의 가능성 또한 낮출 수 있습니다.29

Discovery. Diagnostics. Delivery.

Can be accessed on our Customer Learning Portal. The e-learning courses offer detailed and solution focused training to help better understand how to solve for common scenarios.

Discovery. Diagnostics. Delivery.

Can be accessed on our Customer Learning Portal. The e-learning courses offer detailed and solution focused training to help better understand how to solve for common scenarios.

Experts from around the globe describe the intersection between patient and healthcare worker safety, focusing on techniques to improve both occupational and public health.

Webinar Objectives:

  • Describe the current global impact of bloodborne disease
  • Describe occupational exposure incidents for needlesticks and sharps injuries
  • Define safety as a function of focus for both patient and health worker, to reduce overall bloodborne disease
  • Provide guidance on the importance of prevention programs including use of safer medical devices, immunization/vaccination programs, and safe clinical practices
  • Illustrate an effective pathway for reporting exposure incidents and injuries
  • Define processes for post-exposure medical treatment and prophylaxis
  • Share global experiences from key stakeholders responsible for sharps safety and public health programs around the world

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Progel™ Platinum Patient Challenge에 참여하세요!

Progel™ Platinum은 수술 중 흉막공기누출을 적응증으로 하는 실런트 제품입니다. 시술 시 사용해보세요.

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직전 흉부외과적 절제술 시행례에서 흉관삽입기간, 환자재원기간을 확인하여 주십시오.

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기록

폐 절제술 시행 시, 수술 중 흉막공기누출 적응증이 발행하는 첫 사례에서 Progel™ Platinum을 사용해 보시고 흉관삽입기간, 환자재원기간을 기록하여 주십시오.

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Patient Challenge 는 Progel™ Platinum 사용 환자에서 평균 재원기간이 단축되는 것을 확인하고자 시행하고 있습니다.

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Reduce air leaks with Progel™ Pleural Air Leak Sealant

Reduce one of the most common complications associated with pulmonary surgery.1

The burden of air leaks

Air leaks are associated with an increased risk of developing respiratory complications, and are more likely to involve intensive care unit (ICU) admission.2-6 Air leaks are the most important determinant of hospital length of stay (LOS), and a prolonged air leak can extend length of stay by more than four days.3,7-11 The total cost of treating prolonged postoperative air leaks and their associated clinical complications is substantial.6,12-13

Detection and management

There are many patient and procedural risk factors that may predict the development of a prolonged air leak, including reduced FEV1 or lung function, pulmonary adhesions, location of resection, and/or presence of intraoperative air leak.4-5,7,14-21 Current practice for detection and management of air leaks is varied. A recent survey reported that fewer than 50% of surgeons perform a complete submersion test to evaluate for air leaks during lung resection.22

Intraoperative management of air leaks is essential

Patients who have an early air leak are more likely to develop a prolonged or persistent air leak.9,16 The optimal time to manage air leaks is in the operating room.5,9,15,16,23 Several studies have demonstrated that when air leaks are treated intraoperatively, the risk, duration, and complications associated with postoperative air leaks, as well as the use of hospital resources, may be reduced.9,23-26



Challenge 참여

Hospitals and healthcare facilities

BD is a market leader in hospital products that can reduce the incidence of sharps injuries and exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Patient safety has been a focus of BD innovation for years, not only in the United States but also around the world. Working closely with organizations like the International Safety Center (EPINet) is an important part of our efforts to keep patients and workers safe.

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Hazardous drug safety >>
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Progel™ Platinum에 대해 자주하는 질문

기존 하임리히 밸브 사용으로도 공기누출을 충분히 잡을 수 있는데, 굳이 Progel™ Platinum을 고려할 필요가 있을까요?

하임리히 밸브로도 수술 후 공기누출을 어느 정도 관리할 수 있지만, 아래와 같은 환자 불편이 초래될 수 있습니다.

  • 환자의 일상업무 복귀 지연7

  • 추적관리를 위한 내원 필요7

  • 각종 보조요법 실시 지연7

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360° rotation knob is effectively sized, contoured and located to enable easy instrument rotation.

360° rotation knob is effectively sized

360° rotation knob is effectively sized

360° rotation knob is effectively sized

More product details

Hospitals and healthcare facilities

BD is a market leader in hospital products that can reduce the incidence of sharps injuries and exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Patient safety has been a focus of BD innovation for years, not only in the United States but also around the world. Working closely with organizations like the International Safety Center (EPINet) is an important part of our efforts to keep patients and workers safe.

Safety syringes and needles >>
Hazardous drug safety >>
Infection prevention >>

Hospitals and healthcare facilities

BD is a market leader in hospital products that can reduce the incidence of sharps injuries and exposure to bloodborne pathogens. Patient safety has been a focus of BD innovation for years, not only in the United States but also around the world. Working closely with organizations like the International Safety Center (EPINet) is an important part of our efforts to keep patients and workers safe.

Safety syringes and needles >>
Hazardous drug safety >>
Infection prevention >>

통계 상 수술 기법과 무관하게 (개복수술, 최소침습수술 여부 무관) 흉부외과 수술을 받는 환자의 최대 75%에서 공기 누출이 발생한다는 것이 임상 환경에서의 데이터입니다.35

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1. Lackey A, Mitchell JD. The cost of air leaks: physicians’ and patients’ perspectives. Thorac Surg Clin. 2010;20:407-411. 2. Seely AJ, Ivanovic J, Threader J, et al. Systematic classification of morbidity and mortality after thoracic surgery. Ann Thorac Surg. 2010;90:936-942; discussion 942. 3. Elsayed H, McShane J, Shackcloth M. Air leaks following pulmonary resection of lung cancer: is it a patient or surgeon related problem? Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2012;94:422-427. 4. Liang S, Ivanovic J, Gilbert S. Quantifying the incidence and impact of postoperative prolonged alveolar air leak after pulmonary resection. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2013;145:948-954. 5. Okereke I, Murthy SC, Alster JM, et al. Characterization and importance of air leak after lobectomy. Ann Thorac Surg. 2005;79:1167-1173. 6. Varela G, Jimenez MF, Novoa N, et al. Estimating hospital costs attributable to prolonged air leak in pulmonary lobectomy. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. 2005;27:329-333. 7. Mueller MR, Marzluf BA. The anticipation and management of air leaks and residual spaces post lung resection. J Thorac Dis. 2014;6:271-284. 8. Brunelli A, Xiume F, Al Refai M, et al. Air leaks after lobectomy increase the risk of empyema but not of cardiopulmonary complications: a case-matched analysis. Chest. 2006;130:1150-1156. 9. Billé A, Borasio P, Gisabella M, et al. Air leaks following pulmonary resection for malignancy: risk factors, qualitative and quantitative analysis. Interact Cardiovasc Thorac Surg. 2011;13:11-15; 897-898. 10. Liberman M, Muzikansky A, Wright CD, et al. Incidence and risk factors of persistent air leak after major pulmonary resection and use of chemical pleurodesis. Ann Thorac Surg. 2010;89:891-897; discussion. 11. Gómez-Caro A, Calvo MJ, Lanzas JT, et al. The approach of fused fissures with fissureless technique decreases the incidence of persistent air leak after lobectomy. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg. 2007;31:203-208. 12. Nagel MP, Gemmen E, Smith BF, et al. Assessment of the clinical and economic impact of air leaks during post-operative pulmonary surgery. Poster presented at the 13th European Congress of ISPOR. November 6-9, 2010; Prague, Czech Republic. 13. Swanson S, Miller D, McKenna R, et al. Economic burden of prolonged air leak after lung resection: open versus video-assisted thorascopic surgery (VATS). Value in Health. 2014;17:A80. 14. Hunt B, Aye R. Prolonged air leak after lung resection. Curr Respir Med Rev. 2012;8:280-284. 15. Brunelli A, Cassivi SD, Halgren L. Risk factors for prolonged air leak after pulmonary resection. Thorac Surg Clin. 2010;20:359-364. 16. Cerfolio RJ, Bass CS, Pask AH, et al. Predictors and treatment of persistent air leaks. Ann Thorac Surg. 2002;73:1727-1730; discussion 1730-1731. 17. Brunelli A, Monteverde M, Borri A, et al. Predictors of prolonged air leak after pulmonary lobectomy. Ann Thorac Surg. 2004;77:1205-1210. 18. Petrella F, Rizzo S, Radice D, et al. Predicting prolonged air leak after standard pulmonary lobectomy: computed tomography assessment and risk factors stratification. Surgeon. 2011;9:72-77. 19. Jiang L, Jiang G, Zhu Y, et al. Risk factors predisposing to prolonged air leak after video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery for spontaneous pneumothorax. Ann Thorac Surg. 2014;97:1008-1013. 20. Rivera C, Bernard A, Falcoz PE. Characterization and prediction of prolonged air leak after pulmonary resection: a nationwide study setting up the index of prolonged air leak. Ann Thorac Surg. 2011;92:1062-1068; discussion 1068. 21. Iyer A, Yadav S. Postoperative care and complications after thoracic surgery. Chapter 3. IntechOpen. Firsetenberg M, ed. doi: 10.5772/55351. Available at: https://www.intechopen.com/books/principles-and-practice-ofcardiothoracicsurgery/postoperative-care-and-complications-afterthoracic-surgery. Published June 12, 2013. Accessed September 17, 2018. 22. C. R. Bard (Bard has joined BD). Physician survey 2014. Data on file. 23. Merritt RE, Singhal S, Shrager JB. Evidence-based suggestions for management of air leaks. Thorac Surg Clin. 2010;20:435-448. 24. Malapert G, Hanna HA, Pages PB, et al. Surgical sealant for the prevention of prolonged air leak after lung resection: meta-analysis. Ann Thorac Surg. 2010;90:1779-1785. 25. Belda-Sanchis J, Serra-Mitjans M, Iglesias Sentis M, et al. Surgical sealant for preventing air leaks after pulmonary resections in patients with lung cancer. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010; CD003051. 26. Tambiah J, Rawlins R, Robb D, et al. Can tissue adhesives and glues significantly reduce the incidence and length of postoperative air leaks in patients having lung resections? Interact Cardiovasc Thorac Surg. 2007;6:529-533. 27. Okereke I, Murthy SC, Alster JM, et al. Characterization and importance of air leak after lobectomy. Ann Thorac Surg. 2005;79:1167-1173. 28. Merritt RE, Singhal S, Shrager JB. Evidence-based suggestions for management of air leaks. Thorac Surg Clin. 2010;20:435-448. 29. Allen MS, Wood DE, Hawkinson RW, et al. Prospective randomized study evaluating a biodegradable polymeric sealant for sealing intraoperative air leaks that occur during pulmonary resection. Ann Thorac Surg. 2004;77:1792-1801. 30. Burt BM, Shrager JB. Prevention and management of postoperative air leaks. Ann Cardiothoac Surg. 2014;3:216-218. 31. C. R. Bard (Bard has joined BD). Minimally invasive Progel trial; 2014. Data on file. 32. Progel Pleural Air Leak Sealant Instructions for Use. Morristown, NJ: C. R. Bard, Inc (Bard has joined BD); 2014. 33. Klijian A. A novel approach to control air leaks in complex lung surgery: a retrospective review. J Cardiothorac Surg. 2012;7:49. 34. Swanson SJ, Meyers BF, Gunnarsson CL, et al. Video-assisted thoracoscopic lobectomy is less costly and morbid than open lobectomy: a retrospective multiinstitutional database analysis. Ann Thorac Surg. 2012;93:1027-1032. 35. Fuller, Clark. Reduction of intraoperative air leaks with Progel in pulmonary resection: a comprehensive review. Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery. 2013;8:90. 36. The Progel™ Pleural Air Leak Sealant formulation incorporates Human Serum Albumin (HSA). The Progel Platinum™ Surgical Sealant formulation incorporates recombinant Human Albumin in place of HSA. Based on the results of pre-clinical studies, no differences in clinical outcomes between Progel™ Pleural Air Leak Sealant and Progel Platinum™ Surgical Sealant are anticipated.

Indications. Progel Platinum™ Surgical Sealant is a single use device intended for application to visible air leaks on the visceral pleura after standard visceral pleural closure techniques have been employed during resection of lung parenchyma. Contraindications. Do not use Progel Platinum™ in patients who have a history of an allergic reaction to yeast, rHA or other device components. Do not use Progel Platinum™ in patients who may have insufficient renal capacity for clearance of the Progel Platinum™ polyethylene glycol load. Do not apply Progel Platinum™ on open or closed defects of main stem or lobar bronchi due to a possible increase in the incidence of broncho-pleural fi stulae, including patients undergoing pneumonectomy, any sleeve resection or bronchoplasty. Do not apply Progel Platinum™ on oxidized regenerated cellulose, absorbable gelatin sponges or any other surface other than visceral pleura as adherence and intended outcome may be compromised. Do not use more than 30 ml of Progel Platinum™ per patient. Warnings. Progel Platinum™ should be used only as described in these instructions for use. Progel Platinum™ should be stored between 2°C to 8°C (36°F to 46°F) at all times. Do not freeze. Failure to store Progel Platinum™ within the recommended temperature range may result in poor product performance. Inspect the packages before opening. Do not use Progel Platinum™ after the "expiration" date, because sterility or performance may be compromised. If package and/or product integrity have been compromised (i.e., damaged package seal, or broken glass), do not use or resterilize the contents. This device is packaged and sterilized for single use only. Do not reuse or reprocess. Reuse or reprocessing may compromise the structural integrity of the device, and/or lead to device failure that in turn may result in patient injury, illness or death. Also, reprocessing of single use devices may create a risk of contamination and/or patient infection or cross infection, including, but not limited to, the transmission of infectious disease(s) from one patient to another. Contamination of the device may lead to injury, illness, or death of the patient. Refer to additional 'precautions' in this IFU.

See full product labeling for complete Instructions For Use and important safety information.

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