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absorb

[əb′sȯrb]
(chemistry)
To take up a substance in bulk.
(electromagnetism)
To take up energy from radiation.
(physics)
To take up matter or radiation.
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According to the company, the new the SURGICEL Powder Absorbable Hemostat powder version, which is comprised of oxidized regenerated cellulose (ORC), the same base material found in all SURGICEL products, offers quick adjunctive hemostatic coverage with an easy-to-use applicator.
On the basis of product type the absorbable and non-absorbable market is segmented into
On the basis of end-users the APAC absorbable and non-absorbable suture market is segmented into Hospitals, Gynecology Clinics, and Community Healthcare.
Many recent studies compared results of absorbable and non absorbable sutures.
As an absorbable suture which could tolerate soaking in bile, and no negative reports for its association with iatrogenic bile duct stone formation, we therefore propose that Vicryl could be considerable for biliary surgery.
The technical innovation that the TYRX Absorbable Antibacterial Envelopes encapsulate and apply to the Operating Room is the product's capability to provide device stabilization and infection prevention.
This study aimed to evaluate prospectively aesthetic results of wound closure using either absorbable or non-absorbable sutures.
As BMS works to provide our customers with an increasingly robust suite of solutions for every device design challenge, we believe the Tis-sueGen absorbable delivery platform will provide a tremendous addition to our biomedical textile development capabilities for cardiovascular, tissue engineering, and other applications.
and his associates evaluated data from 500 consecutive cesarean procedures closed with Incisive Surgical's INSORB absorbable staples.
In 2000, Karimian said because of phosphorus fertilizers using in last 30 years, most of agronomy soils in Iran have high amounts of absorbable phosphorus [1].
17 January 2012 - Incisive Surgical Inc said on Tuesday that a new clinical study, results of which have been published by Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics Journal in October 2011, showed that the use of subcuticular absorbable staples for skin closure after caesarean section may lead to less in-hospital analgesic use.
The absorbable polymers are initially designed by polymer scientists and engineers to meet the specific mechanical properties and degradation kinetics for each application.