Buster Aural Haematoma Pad. Aural haematomas are a common clinical case. A pocket of blood develops a separation between the inside skin of the ear and the ear cartilage. Surgical treatment is directed towards restoring that skin to cartilage bond. Overview of the Procedure: 1. The 12cm x 18cm pad is trimmed to fit the inside size and shape of the effected ear. 2. The ear is surgically prepped in normal fashion. 3. A 1-2cm straight longitudinal incision is made into the haematoma. 4. The hematoma is drained. 5. The compress pad is pressed into place against the incision and haematoma 6. The compress pad is held in place by approximately eight sutures in a horizontal mattress pattern. The pad consists of an inner open soft foam layer and one tougher outer surface where sutures are placed. Sterile.