organogel


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or·gan·o·gel

(ōr-gan'ō-jel),
A hydrogel with an organic liquid instead of water as the dispersion means.

or·gan·o·gel

(ōr-gan'ō-jel)
A hydrogel with an organic liquid instead of water as the dispersion means.

organogel

(or-găn′ō-jĕl)
A water-in-oil emulsion used, e.g., as a drug delivery vehicle.
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According to the researchers, the surface of carbon nanotubes has been functionalized in this research in a way that it takes part in polymerization reactions, and it is used besides hydrophobic monomers in the synthesis of organogel nanocomposites.
Cure it at low temperatures and "you get an organogel that sticks to itself, healing gaps and scratches.
There had been reports that an organogel with 12-hydroxystearic acid became deformed when it was mixed with an ingredient in margarine.
A microemulsion based lecithin organogel formulation of fluconazole studied for topical delivery of fluconazole, has shown beneficial results in terms of easy preparation, safety, stability and low cost.
Otra forma de suministrar el metimazol es por via transdermica, en una presentacion de organogel lecitina pleuronico (OLP).
In the first arm of their placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover study, the investigators randomly assigned five healthy volunteers to receive either 1 mL of morphine compounded at 10 mg/mL in a pluronic lecithin organogel (PLO) base applied to the wrist and 1 mL of subcutaneous saline or 1 mL of topical drug-free PLO base and 1 mL (3 mg/mL) of subcutaneous morphine.
The hydrogel is treated with an undisclosed organic fluid that silylates it into an organogel.
A good option for pain control--especially in light of the recent problems with systemic pain medicines--is pleuronic lecithin organogel (PLO gel).
Aung-Din conducted two previously reported open-label studies in which sumatriptan was found promising as a transdermal treatment when delivered as microemulsion in pluronic lecithin organogel and Lipoderm.
In the second study, a team of investigators from Organogel Canada in Quebec found that putting a polymer implant in rats' spinal wounds provided a supportive structure that allowed regeneration of damaged tissue and improved the animals' ability to move.