- Flows easily into the tissue’s intricate anatomy
- Cross-linking begins at spray tip and continues at the tissue site
- Direct contact with the visceral pleura for strength in adherence
HSA: Optimal Contact and Adherence
Human Serum Albumin (HSA) is a large protein molecule that provides Progel™ PALS with its adhesive strength.
- Begins to form a hydrogel within 15-30 seconds
- Reaches adequate strength within 2 minutes
- Supports seal strength during critical postoperative healing period
PEG: Strength & Flexibility
The proprietary Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) used in Progel™ PALS formulation is a non-toxic, non-immunogenic molecule3 which lends the hydrogel its ability to stretch.
- Engineered to be flexible
- Able to expand and contract during respiration
- Provides elasticity with a strong seal.
Cost Efficient for Facilities by Reducing Length of Stay
Shown to reduce the length of hospitalization by 1.9 mean days, potentially minimizing associated complication and cost-of-care.3
1. Davol Inc. In Vitro Bench Testing. Data on File. Preclinical data may not correlate to outcomes in humans.