The exofin® Advantage

The Future is Here.

FAST

  • Fastest polymerizing 2-octyl topical adhesive on the market today*
  • So fast, you can actually see the glue “dry” before your eyes
  • Average set times are less than 40 seconds

STRONG

  • 2-Octyl formulation is proven to be the strongest and most flexible adhesive available**
  • Provides a microbial barrier creating a protective barrier against clinically relevant pathogens, including MRSA†
  • Added flexibility allows the adhesive to remain intact for 7 – 10 days
  • The high viscosity formulation (highest in the industry*) is intended to reduce the risk of adhesive migration away from the wound site

INNOVATIVE

  • Soft and flexible applicator glides across uneven surfaces while the soft bristles ensure the adhesive creates a solid seal on skin
  • Transparent tip allows user to see the adhesive prior to expression, therefore eliminating the “surprise” of too much glue being dispensed all at once

EASY TO USE

  • Simple Concept: Tighten the pre-assembled applicator tip and begin to express adhesive
  • Apply as much or as little adhesive as needed. Apply a single coat or multiple coats. It’s all at the discretion of the provider. No matter how it is applied, you will get the same great results each and every time!

VALUE

  • 1ml tube fill offers users the highest volume per device available on the market today
  • 25% more adhesive than the largest tissue adhesive available
  • 43% more adhesive than Dermabond Advanced®
  • 150% more than Dermabond® Mini or Skin Affix®
  • Decreases unit volume, thus adding cost savings per procedure

Sources: *Data on file ** Singer AJ, et al. Comparison of wound-bursting strengths and surface characteristics of FDA-approved tissue adhesive for skin closure. J Adhes Sci Technol. 2004; 18:10-27 †Data on file: Exofin® was tested in vitro to demonstrate that it acts as a barrier to clinically relevant organisms including Methicillin Resistant S. aureus (MRSA), E. coli, P. aeruginosa, S. epidermidis and Aspergillus brasliensis.