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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 Market Research Future (MRFR), the global absorbable heart stent market is slated to reach a substantial valuation at a striking CAGR over the review period.
She said there was a gradual transition from use of staples to absorbable, knotless sutures.
Upon the US FDA approval, the FasTouch Absorbable is commercially available in the USA and will be exclusively distributed in this region by Progressive Medical Inc.
On the basis of end-users the APAC absorbable and non-absorbable suture market is segmented into Hospitals, Gynecology Clinics, and Community Healthcare.
Furthermore debate still continues whether to use absorbable or non absorbable suturing materials4.
The Vicryl suture is an absorbable, single-strand suture, which has been used in biliary reconstruction.
The TYRX Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope benefits the surgical team and aids in better patient outcomes because it helps prevent Surgical Site Infections (SSIs) after device procedures.
Non-absorbable sutures are more commonly used in dermatosurgery than absorbable sutures.
As BMS continues to pursue new markets and expand the reach of biomedical textiles, it will utilize TissueGen's absorbable fiber technology to innovate on the possibilities for long-term implant devices that provide repair and regrowth functions.
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].
The absorbable polymers are initially designed by polymer scientists and engineers to meet the specific mechanical properties and degradation kinetics for each application.
Wimbrow's question about absorbable sutures makes sense theoretically, scarification does occur with a delayed absorbable suture such as polyglactin 910 or polydiaxanone, even though there are no raw surfaces.