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superglue

any of various impact adhesives that quickly make an exceptionally strong bond
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Cyanoacrylate is the fastest-growing resin type of the structural adhesives market.
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Cyanoacrylate Adhesive market by types, applications, players and regions.
Conclusion: Endoscopic fundal varix obliteration with N Butyl-2 cyanoacrylate was safe and effective in treatment of gastric variceal hemorrhage in children.
This article presents a pictorial essay highlighting these complications as they were encountered during adhesive cyanoacrylate deposition and discusses primary prevention strategies and management options.
Data were collected according to following criteria: (i) endoscopic treatments were performed by gastroenterologists with at least 3 years of endoscopic experience; (ii) patients received endoscopic examination within 12 hours of hospitalization; (iii) duodenal DL diagnosis was confirmed by endoscopy; (iv) after being diagnosed, the patient received either cyanoacrylate injection (CI group) or hemoclip placement (HP group); and (v) 3-10 days after the endoscopic treatment, patients received the first endoscopic follow-up, and after 1-3 months, they received the second endoscopic follow-up.
Gupta, "A randomized controlled trial of cyanoacrylate versus alcohol injection in patients with isolated fundic varices," American Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
These values are on the order of magnitude reported for the polymerization of ethyl cyanoacrylate by anionic polymerization in aqueous dispersions stabilized with surfactants [21-23].
Traditional TPS based formulations do not bond well with solvent; cyanoacrylate glue with or without primer is an alternative to achieve high bond strength in these situations, according to the company.
During multiple recheck examinations over 4 months, the ulcer was treated by debridement with a sterile cotton-tipped applicator, diamond burr debridement, diamond burr debridement with cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive, and grid keratotomy with cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive, all performed under anesthesia with eventual resolution of the corneal ulcer.
Treatment of gastric varices by endoscopic sclerotherapy using butyl cyanoacrylate: 10 years experience of 635 cases.
We hereby report another, possibly overlooked cause for granulomas in the stomach: cyanoacrylate injections.