Adhesion Prevention

Postoperative healing without the formation of adhesions is subject to complex physiological processes and preconditions. 4DryField® PH gel covers the areas at risk of adhesion formation, provides a barrier that aids peritoneal healing, separates the risk areas, and minimises the development of fibrinous connections between them. This creates the optimal conditions for healing without the formation of adhesions. Furthermore, there are no side effects.


By absorbing liquid, 4DryField® PH causes a relative concentration of the patient’s own coagulation factors resulting in safe and fast haemostasis. Even with a 50% dilution of the blood, the coagulum induced by 4DryField® PH shows excellent stability.

4DryField® PH


The 4DF Technology

How does 4DryField® PH work? 4DryField® PH is simply sprayed onto the wound area intraoperatively. This is also easy to do endoscopically, thanks to the excellent free-flowing properties of the 4Dr
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4DryField® PH

4DryField® PH   Adhesion prevention and haemostasis with 4DryField® PH 4DryField® PH is a single medical device that provides adhesion prevention and haemostasis in one application. Find out m...
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4DFLapTM is a disposable applicator for the endoscopic and laparoscopic application of 4DryField® PH. 4DFLapTM is both a rigid and a flexible and bendable single use applicator for manual admin...
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4DryField® PH can be used in many different cases. As an illustration, you will find videos on this page showing the efficiency of 4DryField® PH under real conditions: 4DryField® PH in Ad...
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4DryField® in live OP and oral presentation in Dubai Congress on 28 Oct 2016

At the ICAGE 11 (11th international consensus on advanced gynaecological minimal-access surgery) on "Adhesion prophylaxis in gynaecological surgery" on 28th October 2016 in Dubai 4DryField® will be ap

New publication on 4DryField® PH in gynecology

A new paper on the effectiveness of 4DryField® PH in hemostasis and adhesion prevention after uterine perforation was published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports.