Surgical Glue is a special medical skin glue used to close wounds. Also called “tissue adhesive” or "liquid stitches".This surgical glue may be used in conjunction with but not in place of deep dermal sutures.
Tissue adhesive glues are often used to close both major and minor wounds, such as lacerations, incisions made during laparoscopic surgery, and wounds on the face or in the groin.
This sterile, non-toxic liquid skin glue contains a monomeric (n-butyl cyanoacrylate) formulation and is supplied in single-use ampoules with applicator tips.
The nozzle applicator is also a self-piercing cap with elongation to apply adhesive in detail. When applied to the skin, the liquid polymerizes within seconds.
● Sterile, Non-toxic, and Lower rates of infection
● Faster wound healing times
● Less scarring
● No needle sticks or stitches (child friendly)
● Quicker return to work and other activities, like sports
● No stitches to remove
● No return appointments
Use PerfectSeal medical surgical glue to close the wound without leaving obvious scars, the glue film will fall off naturally in about a week, no other treatment is required.
PerfectSeal and Hopson are owned by the same owner, Marshell Lin. PerfectSeal is a chinese manufacturer specializing in R&D and production of medical surgical glue. There are two types of medical skin glue: veterinary and human.
PerfectSeal topical tissue adhesive has obtained CE certificate and FDA certificate is pending. This product has the same performance as Dermabond topical skin adhesive, and the price is much cheaper than Dermabond, which can save you more cost and get more benefit.
If you are a surgeon, veterinarian, medical product operator and want to know more about PerfectSeal tissue adhesive gluede, please contact us. (Email: email@example.com, WhatsApp/WeChat: +86-18968246688 Marshell Lin)
PerfectSeal Surgical glue, 2-octyl cyanoacrylate or n-butylcyanoacrylate (Same as DERMABOND), is a polymer used for wound repair. It acts rapidly, polymerizing within 30 seconds at room air and is best for linear lacerations under low tension.
1. Avoid touching the glue for 24 hours.
2. Try to keep the wound dry for the first 5 days.
3. Have showers rather than baths, to avoid soaking the wound.
4. Use a shower cap if the wound is on the head.
5. Pat the wound dry if it gets wet – do not rub it.