Hemostatic Control for Intractable Bleeding from Advanced Cancer of The Uterine Cervix by Collagen Fleece Coated with Fibrin Glue : A Report of 3 Cases

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Chaiyod Thirapakawong
Perapong Inthasorn
Supatra Sangruchi
Issaracha Suphanit

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We report 3 cases of advanced cervical cancer with intractable vaginal bleeding. They had all been initially managed by vaginal packing which had failed on 2 occasions. In all cases, bleeding could be controlled by a collagen fleece coated with fibrin glue (Tacho Comb®) without adverse side effects. Applying a collagen fleece coated with fibrin glue may be an alternative method of bleeding control in selected patients.

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Thirapakawong, C. ., Inthasorn, P. ., Sangruchi, S. ., & Suphanit, I. . (2020). Hemostatic Control for Intractable Bleeding from Advanced Cancer of The Uterine Cervix by Collagen Fleece Coated with Fibrin Glue : A Report of 3 Cases. Siriraj Medical Journal, 53(1), 34–37. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/sirirajmedj/article/view/244053
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