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HemCon Patch® PRO

The HemCon Patch PRO is a non-invasive hemostatic patch that enables medical professionals to enhance their direct pressure protocol during interventional and diagnostic heart catheterization procedures with an effective solution that reduces time to hemostasis, even for patients on anticoagulants.  In addition to providing hemostasis, HemCon dressings also offer an antibacterial barrier against a wide range of microorganisms including MRSA, VRE, A. baumannii (only single strains of most species have been studied).

Available sizes and SKUs:

  • 1.5 in x 1.5 in (PN#1004)
  • 2 in x 2 in (PN#1005)

Ideal Applications

• Percutaneous catheterization procedures
• Diagnostic or interventional radiology
• Electrophysiology

Intended Use

The HemCon Patch PRO is a hemostatic dressing for the external, temporary control of severely bleeding wounds, intended for emergency use. The HemCon Patch PRO also controls bleeding in patients following hemodialysis and is indicated for the control of bleeding from the skin at percutaneous needle access, vascular access, and percutaneous catheter access sites.


Features & Benefits


Features Benefits
Cost Effective:
Lower cost than other alternatives
Less Hands-on Time:
Shortens compression time 5 to 10 minutes diagnostic1-5, 10 to 15 minutes interventional2-6
Fast Hemostasis:
Controls severe bleeding quickly
Suggested ambulation protocol is 2 hours6,7
Maintains structural integrity that won’t crack, crumble or shed in a wound
Creates a strong clot
Provides localized support of clotting
Works independently of the clotting cascade
Provides antibacterial barrier against microorganisms, including MRSA, VRE and C. difficile
No known contra-indications
Simple Application:
Easy to administer with current protocol of dressing and pressure
Simple removal with water within 48 hours

1. Susumu Oozawa, et al. “A New Hemostasis Tool after Percutaneous Angioplasty: The Hemcon™ Pad Hemostasis Device.” J Vasc Med Surg 2014, 1:125.
2. Mat Nor, O. et al. “Achieving haemostasis of femoral artery puncture post angiographic procedures by manual compression. A comparison study between gauze pad and HemCon pad.” ECR2013.
3. Arbel MD et al. “Usage of Chitosan for Femoral (USF) Haemostasis After Percutaneous Procedures: Comparative Open Label Study.” EuroIntevention 2010; Apr ; 6 (9):1104-9.
4. Pavcnik, Dusan P. et al. “Hemostatic Efficacy of Chitosan Based Bandage for Closure of Percutaneous Arterial Access Sites An Experimental Study in Heparinized Sheep”. (OHSU). 2009.
5. HemCon Patch PRO Suggested Protocol (MMF-185) (Tricol Biomedical). 2014.
6. Cath Lab Case Study of HemCon Bandages (St. Elizabeth Medical Center). 2008
7. Post-Procedural Ambulation Guidelines Following Catheterization (MMF-151) (Tricol Biomedical). 2009.

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