HaemoCer™ PATCH

HaemoCer™ PATCH is the latest development in the range of BioCer’s products. This patch is the perfect match to the HaemoCer™ Powder. The plant based patch is indicated for use in surgical procedures as an adjunct hemostat. The simple use guarantees an effective haemostasis by refining the natural blood clotting cascade. Latest studies demonstrate that plant based haemostatic materials (polysaccharides) like HaemoCer™ powder also reduce postoperative adhesions.

Natural haemostasis with HaemoCer™ PATCH

HaemoCer™ PATCH is a resorbable plant based haemostat containing no animal nor human components. HaemoCer™ PATCH – Absorbable Polysaccharide Haemostat (APH) development incorporates the sophisticated, plant-based polymer crosslink technology PURE™ (Polysaccharide Ultra-hydrophillic Resorbable Engineering). This process leads to an ultra-hydrophilic, biocompatible material. By the dual mode of action HaemoCer™ PATCH first enhances the natural clotting cascade by rapidly dehydrating the blood and accelerating the concentration of platelets, red blood cells as well as coagulation proteins at the bleeding site. The second mode of action of HaemoCer™ PATCH is the formation of a robust gelled matrix that adheres to the bleedings and forms a mechanical barrier to prevent further bleeding. HaemoCer™ PATCH is rapidly resorbed by amylase within 48h without leaving any residues behind.

flexible - safe - effective - The advantages at a glance

HaemoCer™ PLUS APH exhibits all the key features required by surgical professionals, namely:


  • Bendable Patch
  • Cuttable if necessary


  • Rapid resorption minimizes risks of foreign body reactions and granuloma formation
  • Reduction of homologous transfusions and blood donations


  • Powerful absorption capacity
  • Space saving dispenser-packaging
  • Rapid off-the-shelf deployment, no special storage, defrosting or premixing

    HaemoCer™ PATCH: All-rounder in haemostasis

    HaemoCer™ PLUS - versatile use: 

    • Treatment of diff use and localizedbleeding
    • For bleeding around suture lines
    • Substitution of fi brin glue for haemostasisin vascular surgery
    • Substitution of bone wax in bonebleeding
    • Reduction in the need for electrocauteryand associated tissue damage
    • Use with compatible fi lter cell-savers

    Fields of application: 

    • Cardiac, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery
    • General Surgery
    • Transplant Surgery
    • Traumatology
    • Tumour Surgery
    • Oral and maxillofacial Surgery
    • ENT Surgery
    • Urology / Gynaecology
    • Orthopaedics
    • Plastic Surgery
    • Burn surgery
    • Neurosurgery
    • Paediatrics