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Speciality Biomaterials & Hemostasis Technology
NEW INNOVATIVE SPECIALTY
BIOMATEIALS & HEMOSTASIS TECHNOLOGY
Theracion Biomedical Corp., outstanding research group in the field of biomaterial based medical device, has concentrated its in-house technology of biocompatible / biodegradable polymeric biomaterial.
Such biomaterial platform technology of Theracion Biomedical Corp. is integrated with drug delivery system(DDS) and/or biological dimension to develop cutting-edge medical devices converged with pharmaceuticals and tissue engineering.
Theracion Biomedical is certified to ISO 9001:2008.
Biomedical Solutions induced by Biomaterials and Drug Delivery Systems
May. Approval of product license on styptic powder, AniClot™-P, by KQIA
May. Approval of manufacturing license on medical device for animal by KQIAc
Apr. Certification of ISO 9001:2008/ KS Q ISO 9001:2009
Mar. KFDA approval of manufacturing license on medical device
Dec. Research project funded by KSMBAb
Sep. Establishment of company-annexed institute
Jun. Accreditation of Venture Company by KIBOa
Jun. Establishment of Theracion Biomedical Co. Ltd
aKIBO: Korea technology finance corporation
bKSMBA: Korean small and medium business Administration
cKQIA: Korean Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency
Research & Development
What is Styptic Hemostat?
■ A handy tool and pet first aid kit for pet owners available online or via local pet supply store, in grooming and care section
■ Basic functions
- It stop bleeding by promoting clotting
- Some varieties contain topical pain relieving agent and antimicrobial to prevent infection
■ Applications involving bleeding due to
- Nail clipping, tail docking,
- wing clipping, beak trimming,
- minor superficial cuts and incisions
<Bleeding in nail trimming>
Mechanism of Styptic Hemostat
■ Hemostasis by contracting blood vessels, vasoconstriction
■ Occlusion of vessels via protein coagulation and precipitation through the dual action of its acidity and the oxidizing capacity of its subsulfate group