Flexifuse Tissue Adhesive
  • INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is indicated for the closure of skin wounds, including laparoscopic incisions and trauma-induced lacerations and may be used in conjunction with deep dermal stitches.
  • In vitro studies have shown that INDERMIL® flexifuze™ will stay in place for 5-8 days acting as a physical barrier to microbial penetration as long as the adhesive film remains intact.
Flexifuse packaging

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

INDERMIL® flexifuze Topical Tissue Adhesive is a sterile, liquid topical tissue adhesive composed of an Octyl blend cyanoacrylate formulation.

INDERMIL® flexifuze is used by medical professionals in the Emergency room or Operating room. INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is indicated for the closure of skin wounds, including laparoscopic incisions and trauma-induced lacerations and may be used in conjunction with deep dermal stitches.

  • Topical trauma wound closure – ER and OR.
  • Closure after laparoscopic incisions/key hole surgery.
    • Skin Grafts.
    • Closure of large wounds / Incisions where subcutaneous sutures are needed – i.e. C-Sections.

INDERMIL® flexifuze is a flexible, strong wound closure adhesive that works fast without additional pain to the patient. The patient can also shower immediately after the adhesive has polymerised.

The patented brush tip technology allows for uniform dispense giving optimum wound coverage.

No, there is no discernible increase in heat during the polymerisation of the adhesive on skin.

INDERMIL flexifuze is supplied in a see through device composed of a glass ampoule, plastic tube and tip. An alternate silicone brush tip is also supplied in the blister pack.
There are 12 blister packs per carton.

The shelf life of INDERMIL® flexifuze is 24 months when stored at room temperature 4-30°C.

An INDERMIL flexifuze device comes with 0.75g of adhesive and an extended working life which allows for enough time and adhesive for multiple uses on a single patient.

INDERMIL flexifuze is only indicated for use topically.

In the very rare case, where a healthcare professional needs to access the wound, sterile warm saline solution can be gently applied to the wound to remove the cured adhesive.

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