NURAMI’S NOVEL SURGICAL ADHESIVE WILL WITHSTAND PREMATURE DEGRADATION

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Reconnection and sealing of tissues after a surgical procedure is currently done via suture, wires or staples, or via surgical sealant.  Suturing is time consuming, can lead to tissue damage and infection, and does not provide effective sealing.  Surgical adhesives degrade naturally, are suitable for minimally invasive procedures, and provide immediate sealing, however, many do not adhere to the wet environment, and are subject to premature degradation due to the often acidic environment of internal organs.  Current adhesive and surgical methods do not effectively address the challenges of internal tissue repair.  

Nurami Medical is developing a novel synthetic sealant for internal surgeries which will withstand premature degradation.  The Nurami Surgical Sealant will utilize a revolutionary formulation of nano-fibers and a specially developed bio-material, which will withstand the internal environment of the patient, biodegrading slowly, as necessary, for effective healing, while providing effective adherence to the wet environment.