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Instructions for Use

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is INDERMIL® flexifuze™?

INDERMIL® flexifuze™ Topical Tissue Adhesive is a sterile, liquid topical tissue adhesive composed of an Octyl blend cyanoacrylate formulation.

Where is INDERMIL® flexifuze™ used?

INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is used by medical professionals in the Emergency room or Operating room. INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is indicated for the closure of skin wounds, including laparoscopic incisions and trauma-induced lacerations and may be used in conjunction with deep dermal stitches.


  • Topical trauma wound closure - ER and OR.

  • Closure after laparoscopic incisions/keyhole surgery.

  • Skin Grafts.

Why should I choose INDERMIL® flexifuze™?

INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is a flexible, strong wound closure adhesive that works fast without additional pain to the patient. The patient can also shower immediately after the adhesive has polymerised. *

The patented brush tip technology allows for uniform dispense giving optimum wound coverage. *

Will INDERMIL® flexifuze™ heat up when applied to the skin?

No, there is no discernible increase in heat during the polymerisation of the adhesive on skin. *

How is INDERMIL® flexifuze™ supplied?

INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is supplied in a see-through/translucent device composed of a glass ampoule, plastic tube and a silicone brush tip that is packaged in a blister pack. 
There are 12 blister packs per carton.

How to store INDERMIL® flexifuze™?

The shelf life of INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is 24 months when stored at room temperature 4-30°C. The product should be stored out of direct sunlight.

How many times can I use INDERMIL® flexifuze™?

An INDERMIL® flexifuze™ device comes with 20cm of adhesive and an extended working life which allows for enough time and adhesive for multiple uses on a single patient. *

Can INDERMIL® flexifuze™ be used inside the body?

INDERMIL® flexifuze™ is only indicated for use topically.

If required, can the wound be re-opened after the adhesive is dried?

In the very rare case, where a healthcare professional needs to access the wound, sterile warm saline solution can be gently applied to the wound to remove the cured adhesive.

* Data on file at Connexicon Medical ltd. 

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