hydrocolloid


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hydrocolloid

[‚hī·drə′käl‚ȯid]
(materials)
gum
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At repeated measurements, physician additionally assessed whether or not the treatment of chronic wound by hydrocolloid dressing significantly improved the patient's condition.
12 Another study showed that this irreversible hydrocolloid had higher dimensional change values when compared with Blueprint, Cavex CA37, Jeltrate, Orthoprint, Cavex Orthotrace, and Tetrachrom.
Hydrocolloid gums (xanthan gum and guar gum), freeze dried mesophilic starters (Lactococcus lactis ssp.
Ltd, Lonza Group Ltd, W Hydrocolloids, Inc and Roullier Group.
There is another group of additives which is used to enhance the quality of bread and known as hydrocolloids or gums.
Conclusion: There is no difference in the rate of infection when using a gauze dressing or a hydrocolloid dressing after clean surgical procedure.
Identifying hydrocolloids that can substitute the texture lost when sugar is removed is now possible.
Three irreversible hydrocolloid extended-pour products, Hydrogum 5 (Zhermack, Badia Polesine, Italy), Hydro Print Premium (Vigodent Coltene, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), and Color Change (Cavex, Haarlen, Netherlands), were compared with the conventional irreversible hydrocolloid Hydrogum (Zhermack, Badia Polesine, Italy) (Table 1).
Therefore, we aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of hydrocolloid dressings for postoperative hip and knee wounds by conducting a literature review and a descriptive cross sectional study.
The temperature of hydrocolloid insertion has a great impact on the syneresis of yogurt samples.