MANAGING INS INFECTION RISK
TYRX Neuro Absorbable
Both the TYRX™ Neuro Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope and the TYRX™ Cardiac Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope for cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) are designed to help reduce infection, and they share many of the same features.
In cardiac cases, bacterial infection is one of the most common causes of complications, and the standard antibiotic prophylaxis have significant deficiencies when used as a single agent to prevent infection.1-2
The TYRX Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope helps reduce infection in high-risk patients and is more effective when combined with the standard treatment.3
Contributing factors for this increase:
Typically, the same anti-infective measures are used for all patients regardless of their risk of infection.17-18 Pre-operative IV antibiotic prophylaxis is routinely given one hour before first incision. Ninety percent of patients receive cephalosporin and/or vancomycin.
Perioperatively, the pocket is typically irrigated with antibiotic agents.
Approximately 45% of the time, oral antibiotics are prescribed after the procedure. IV antibiotics may be administered for 24 hours after the initial implant.
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