Frequently Asked Questions
When new coagulum ceases to form, hemostasis has been achieved. After Stat-Flo™ tip has effectively scrubbed the hemostatic agent into the cut capillaries, bleeding will stop. Test the preparation with air/water, if bleeding persists apply additional hemostatic agent and test the preparation again. If no bleeding occurs after testing with air/water, hemostasis has been achieved.
No, ferric sulfate solutions will react with epinephrine and form a blue/black precipitate. We recommend using a product like Quick-Stat FREE in this instance.
Our hemostatic solutions are capable of achieving hemostasis in seconds. However, this is partially dependent on the patient’s periodontal and systemic health.
The 20% ferric sulfate Quick-Stat Gel features the fastest onset time. However, Quick-Stat FREE provides the fastest hemostatic action when compared to other clear alternatives, approaching the speed of the ferric sulfate solutions.