The world of surgical glues has definitely expanded, and the haemostatic agents have established their place in several clinical settings after passing through a test of fire.
All the glues have their advantages and disadvantages. Concerns about viral transmission with fibrin glues, hard consistency of plastic adhesives, and potential toxicity with GRF glue are the limiting factors.
Although they have come a long way from the time they were first discovered, a lot of ground remains to be covered. Good quality research is definitely paving the path towards the ideal solution.
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