100% Chitosan Haemostatic Dressing
Control Dental Bleeding with Chitosan Haemostatic Dressing
Axiostat is a sterile, non-absorbable haemostatic dressing intended to control profuse bleeding within minutes of application by providing an active mechanical barrier to the wound site.
Often difficult to reach, dental bleeding can quickly become uncontrolled and unmanageable. The dental variant is designed to optimally fit into the bleeding cavity. Axiostat controls bleeding during dental extractions, dental surgeries and other oral procedures.
Axiostat works on a principle of adhesion due to charge. It has been designed to be positively charged and blood cells carry a net negative charge. When blood comes in contact with Axiostat, oppositely charged components are attracted and form bonds. This results in a strong adhesive seal that acts as a mechanical barrier preventing blood from leaking out.
- Sterile, ready to use
- Works on oral mucosal tissue wounds
- Active on all sides
Based on patented, clinically validated a.c.t (Axio clotting technology)
intended use / indication
Axiostat ® Dental dressing is a sterile, non-absorbable haemostatic dressing intended to control oral bleeding during dental procedures.
Dental bleeding during
extraction, other dental
trauma & surgery
|Composition||Chitosan - 100%||Sterility||Sterilized using Gama irradiation|
|Indication||Stops moderate to severe bleeding||Shelf Life||3 Years|
|Mechanism||Mucoadhesion due to change||Use||Single-use|
|Material||Positively charged, reacts actively||Removal||Irrigate with saline|
|Type||Sponge, natural polymer||Side Effects||None|
|No. of units||80||Implant||No|
how to use axiostat
- Chitosan based Axiostat Dental Dressing following Extraction in Cardiac Patients under Antiplatelet Therapy. Sinha N. et al., International Journal of Oral Health and Medical Research; 2017, 3(5):65-67.
- Evaluating Effectiveness of Axiostat Hemostatic Material in achieving Hemostasis and Healing of Extraction Wounds in Patients on Oral Antiplatelet Drugs. Sharma S. et al., Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice; 2017, 18(9):802-806. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03108365.
- The effect of chitosan (poly-N-acetyl glucosamine) on lingual hemostasis in heparinized rabbits. Klokkevold PR. et al., Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; 1999, 57(1):49-52.
- Review of hemostatic agents used in dentistry. McBee WL., Koerner KR. Dentistry Today. 2005, 24(3):62-5.
- Clinical Application of Chitosan in Dental Specialities. Wieckiewicz M. et al. Mini Review in Medicinal Chemistry. 2017, 17(5):401-409.