Stat Bond

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StatBond Is a medicinal skin glue tissue forming a strong bond using a cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive that is used to glue and adhere the sides of an incision or injury closed. StatBond has shown to enhance healing time, decrease the rate of an infection, reducing the animal owners time seeking medical attention.

StatBond Is a medicinal skin glue tissue forming a strong bond using a cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive that is used to glue and adhere the sides of an incision or injury closed. StatBond has shown to enhance healing time, decrease the rate of an infection, reducing the animal owners time seeking medical attention.

StatBond Skin Glue Tissue adhesive reinforces the skin tissues reducing wound edges from separating. Bacterial contamination and infection are therefore reduced, scarring is avoided and increased healing time is achieved.

Shelf-Life 2 years

How to Use StatBond Topical Skin / Tissue Adhesive

Shave hair from site. Clean the wound thoroughly. Dry completely.

Hold pressure at the site to stop any bleeding.

Wound site should be free of excess fluids for best adhesion. Avoid gluing hair into wound site.

Align the wound edges. This will be easier with straight or cleaner cuts and more difficult for irregular lacerations. It is worth the time to align the wound edges to reduce scarring.

Expose the near end of the wound while you continue to hold pressure on the rest of its length.

Don’t apply too much a little goes along way.

As each area is exposed, apply the Stat Bond and wait until it dries and reaches maximum hardness. It is up to your discretion to wait this entire time before applying the glue to the next area.

During this process, there may be additional bleeding. The blood and StatBond will blend to form hard lumps and bubbles. This has an unusual appearance, but it is completely normal.


StatBond Adhesive is a fast setting adhesive capable of adhering to most body tissue and many other materials, such as surgical gloves and stainless steel. Inadvertent contact with any body tissue, and any surfaces or equipment that are not disposable or that cannot be readily cleaned with a solvent such as acetone should be avoided.

Polymerization of StatBond Adhesive may be accelerated by water or fluids containing alcohol. StatBond Adhesive should not be applied to wet wounds.

StatBond Adhesive should not be applied to the eye. If contact with the eye occurs, flush the eye copiously with saline or water. If residual adhesive remains, apply topical ophthalmic ointment to help loosen the bond and contact an ophthalmologist.

When closing facial wounds near the eye with StatBond Adhesive, position the patient so that any runoff of adhesive is away from the eye. The eye should be closed and protected with gauze. Prophylactic placement of petroleum jelly around the eye, to act as a mechanical barrier or dam, can be effective in preventing inadvertent flow of adhesive into the eye. StatBond Adhesive will not adhere to skin pre-coated with petroleum jelly. Therefore, avoid using petroleum jelly on any skin area where StatBond Adhesive is intended to adhere. Use of StatBond Adhesive near the eye has inadvertently caused some patients’ eyelids to be sealed shut. In some of these cases, general anesthesia and surgical removal has been required to open the eyelid.

StatBond Adhesive should not be used below the skin because the polymerized material is not absorbed by tissue and can elicit a foreign body reaction. Avoid excessive pressure of the applicator tip against wound edges or surrounding skin. This can force the wound edges apart and allow adhesive into the wound. StatBond Adhesive should be applied with a light brushing motion of the applicator tip over easily approximated wound edges.

StatBond Adhesive should not be used in areas of high skin tension or across areas in which tension may increase, such as knuckles, elbows, or knees, unless the joint will be immobilized during the skin healing period or unless skin tension has been removed by application of another wound closure device (e.g., sutures or skin staples) prior to application of StatBond Adhesive.

As with all wounds, StatBond Adhesive treated wounds should be monitored for signs of infection. Wounds with signs of infection, such as erythema, edema, warmth, pain, and purulent exudate, should be evaluated and treated according to standard practice for infection.

StatBond Adhesive should not be used on wound sites that will be subjected to repeated or prolonged moisture or friction.

StatBond Adhesive should only be used after wounds have been thoroughly and adequately cleaned and debrided in accordance with standard surgical practice.

StatBond Adhesive polymerizes through an exothermic reaction in which a small amount of heat is released.

StatBond Adhesive is to be applied in one continuous layer.

NOTE: Applying StatBond Adhesive in one continuous layer onto a dry wound will minimize the sensation of heat. Applying a second layer is not required or recommended.

If a second layer of StatBond Adhesive is applied or if large droplets of liquid are not spread thinly, the patient may experience an increased sensation of heat or discomfort.

NOTE: Excessive pressure of the applicator tip against the wound edges or surrounding skin can result in forcing the wound edges apart and allowing StatBond Adhesive into the wound. StatBond Adhesive within the wound could delay wound healing and/or result in adverse cosmetic outcome.

StatBond Adhesive is packaged for single patient use. Discard remaining opened material after each wound closure procedure.

Do not sterilize StatBond Adhesive.

Do not place StatBond Adhesive in a procedure pack/tray that will be sterilized prior to use.

Exposure of StatBond Adhesive, to excessive heat (as in autoclaves or ethylene oxide sterilization) or radiation (such as gamma or electron beam) will increase its viscosity and may render the product unusable.

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At Nexderma, we are focused on creating state-of-the-art products for advanced dermatological healing — through our technology, Nexderma is able to provide quality advancements that help veterinary professionals provide better care outcomes and speed animal healing time without compromising or interfering with preexisting treatments or medications. Our products work with veterinary treatments in order to safely accelerate their impact with natural alternatives.

Love the STAT Bond!! Very easy to use. The drying time was amazing! Was not messy, and did not stick to my gloves like the competitors do. Would definitely use this glue for all of my surgeries.

Dr. William Lutz - Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital OH

Loved how fast the STAT Glue set up! One of the easiest glues to use. The Drying time was amazing!! Not messy at all. Love the sterile packs! Makes it very easy to dispense. Would use this for all of my surgical needs.

Dr. Wendi Odeski – Village Veterinary Hospital OH

It seemed to hold up well compared to the other surgical glues on the market. I liked the the ease of use .As of today, the glue is working well the cat is doing great!

Dr. Steven Barthelmos -Bluffton Animal HospitalOH

Loved the way STAT Glue handled. Worked Perfectly!

Dr. David Frye – Milan Area Animal Hospital MI

I like the STAT Glue by Nexderma . Bonds well, spreads easy, has a nice orange color. I will use more of this product when it is available. I would like to use this moving forward for my surgeries.

Dr. Roger Grohaus – Reynolds Road Veterinary Hospital OH

Nexderma Stat surgical gel is a great product for wounds and surgical closures. It’s a go to product for me, especially in cases where I would like to avoid sutures and have an extra layer of antimicrobial protection. The results have been consistently promising, even in my own dog when he had a small bite wound I managed at home and was able to avoid a surgical procedure all together.

-Rebecca Csomos, VMD, PhD, DACVS-SA
Assistant Professor of Small Animal Surgery
Louisiana State University

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