Omrix resumes fibrin pad study

November 2008
Medical Device Daily;11/4/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 215, p3
The article reports on the resumption of the Fibrin Pad U.S. Phase II clinical trial in mild-to-moderate bleeding by Omrix Biopharmaceuticals in November 2008. The features of the Fibrin Pad are described. On October 9, the company has announced the suspension of the U.S. Phase II clinical trial following an incident of post-operative bleeding.


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