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hydrocolloid

[‚hī·drə′käl‚ȯid]
(materials)
gum
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Borracchini, Effect of storage time on the accuracy of casts made from different irreversible hydrocolloids.
These problems can be overcome by adopting different techniques like use of adjunct culture, modify the procedure, use of fat replacers like hydrocolloids (Rogers et al.
The carrageenan hydrocolloid extracted from red seaweeds are considered very useful as gelling and thickening agent and are highly used in various industries.
Hydrocolloids are also known as water-soluble gums and have been found specifically a wide range of functions i.
Currently, there has been received an immense importance in evaluating the properties of complex polysaccharides system having various hydrocolloids and raw starches and resultant mixtures are considered to be potential additives for many food products.
The rising demand for healthy food products and preservation of parental drugs are some of the driving factors of the hydrocolloids market.
In group A simple gauze dressing was applied after clean surgical procedures while in group B hydrocolloid dressing was used.
Identifying hydrocolloids that can substitute the texture lost when sugar is removed is now possible.
Vancive's Thin Absorbent Skin Adhesive performs like a hybrid of the two, offering high fluid handling capacity that is more balanced between breathability and absorption than typical hydrocolloids or acrylics, bringing with it special advantages for products like postoperative dressings, direct-contact wound dressings, or ostomy flanges where thin, conformable, and/or transparent adhesive constructions are advantageous but good moisture handling is also required.
Patented skin-friendly acrylic and hydrocolloid adhesives allow extended wear to support optimal healing conditions;
Due to their low cost and easy handling, irreversible hydrocolloids are one of the most commonly used impression materials in dental practice.
Amalgamating the textural benefits of hydrocolloids with the unique properties of citrus fibre presents a new generation of ingredients that provide advantages well beyond the proven performance of their individual constituents.