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Background and Date of Approval

Feracrylum belongs to the therapeutic class of topical Hemostatics.

Mechanism of Action of undefined

Feracrylum, a synthetic compound, interacts with fibrinogen in the blood, forming a stable network. This interaction accelerates blood clotting by creating a scaffold for platelet aggregation, aiding in the formation of a stable clot at the application site, thus controlling minor bleeding when applied topically.

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Feracrylum is a medication primarily used as a topical hemostatic agent to control bleeding. It is often applied to wounds or cuts to help stop bleeding by promoting blood clotting. 

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Feracrylum is commonly administered topically and applied directly to the affected area. It is used externally to manage bleeding from minor cuts and wounds.

Warnings, Precautions and Side Effects of undefined


Prolonged or excessive use of Feracrylum might lead to skin sensitivity issues or allergic dermatitis, especially in individuals with sensitive skin.  In extremely rare cases, individuals may experience a severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis. Although uncommon, excessive or prolonged use of this medication on large areas of broken skin might lead to systemic effects, potentially affecting other body parts. 


Discontinue the use of Feracrylum if prolonged irritation occurs. Do not exceed recommended dosages or application frequency. Anaphylaxis requires immediate medical attention. Consult a healthcare provider if dealing with a contaminated or infected wound before using this medication.

Side Effects

Feracrylum can cause common side effects like skin irritation and allergic reactions. In rare cases, severe side effects like severe allergic reactions and skin sensitivity issues. 

Word Of Advice

Apply Feracrylum only on clean wounds or cuts to avoid infections. Before application, check for any known allergies to these medication components. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes, or sensitive skin areas.  Seek medical advice before using it if pregnant, breastfeeding, or with pre-existing health conditions. Use it as directed, adhering strictly to dosage and application frequency. Discontinue use and seek medical help if adverse reactions or allergic symptoms occur. Store Feracrylum as instructed, away from direct sunlight and moisture and out of reach of children.

Frequently Asked Question


  1. KD Tripathi, Essentials of Medical Pharmacology, Drugs acting on skin and mucous membranes, 7th edition, 2013, 887.
  2. Themis Medicare; Accessed on [Accessed on 20th September]
  3. Sachin Rai, Vidya Rattan; Efficacy of Feracrylum as Topical Hemostatic Agent in Therapeutically Anticoagulated Patients Undergoing Dental Extraction: A Comparative Study; Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery; [ Published on Dec 2019] [Accessed on 20th September]


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