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rinse

[rins]
(graphic arts)
To wash off; a liquid bath to remove foreign matter.
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The purpose of the study was to assess the effectiveness of low-standoff under-component rinsing at standoff heights of 1, 2, 3 and 5 mils.
Commercially available over-the-counter and prescription oral therapeutic rinsing agents were reviewed in part 1 of the position paper.
On an were 153 gallons (579 L) used for hot tank fills, 59 gallons (223 L) for cold fills, 400 gallons (1,514 L) for tank top offs, and 2,142 gallons (8,108 L) used for rinsing, for a total of 2,754 gallons (10,425 L).
By rinsing for 60 seconds with the xylitol-based rinse, the user reaches parts of the mouth that may be missed by brushing alone.
The only study to investigate the influence of a CHO mouth rinse on single sprint performance reported no significant influence of mouth rinsing on performance or metabolic responses to a 30 second cycle sprint (Chong et al.
Saliva is continually refreshed, rinsing away the active ingredients of mouth rinse.
The CFU of the pre-rinse and postrinse SP samples of Group 1 and Group 2 were compared to evaluate the effect of rinsing with ozonated water.
In this study, the 16 participants tired out their biceps by flexing them for 11 minutes before rinsing their mouths with either a carbohydrate drink or a non-calorific, taste-matched drink.
Aim: Post-brushing water rinsing may reduce the risk of fluoride (F) ingestion from dentifrice, however the decreased salivary F bioavailability may compromise any consequent anticaries benefits.
Filipiak believes in pre-procedural rinsing to reduce bacteria for a variety of procedures from extractions to ultrasonic.