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tissue adhesives

Cyanoacrylate glues used to close minor skin wounds without stitching. Examples are octylcyanacrylate (Dermabond), enbucrilate (Histoacryl) and N-butylcyanoacrylate (Indermil, Liquiband).
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Hence, it is reasonable to try to replace the use of sutures with a tissue adhesive that can be applied to the eye surface.
Comparison of the bacteriostatic effects, corneal cytotoxicity, and the ability to seal corneal incisions among three different tissue adhesives.
In conclusion, this preliminary data supports case reports in the literature about the potentially suitable use of cyanoacrylate tissue adhesives for IVC securement.
The simple combination of Gomco clamp circumcision coupled with tissue adhesive results in a procedure that is bloodless and sutureless, simple to learn, rapid and applicable to all age groups, and heals quickly with excellent cosmetic results.
Thus, various unconventional methods are used in patients with bleeding disorders, particularly the application of fibrin sealants and tissue adhesives, as adjunctive treatment or in some cases primary treatment.
The new business, which is subject to European Union regulatory approval, will address the market for surgical sealants, adhesion barriers and tissue adhesives.
It also encompasses Baymedix FG wound-dressing foams manufactured by Bayer MaterialScience AG, and Baymedix AT topical tissue adhesives currently in development.
Together with the two products launched into the US in December 2009, this approval now provides AMS with a broad range of topical tissue adhesives for closure of trauma wounds and surgical incisions for the US Acute Care and Alternate Site market segments, it said.
It also encompasses Baymedix FG foams for wound dressings and Baymedix AT topical tissue adhesives that are currently in development.
This second edition has expanded the scope and depth of the original text and includes all types of tissue adhesives, their proper indications and their uses.
Prefilled staplers; bioengineered tissue adhesives and sealants; collagen, foam and alginate dressings; and growth factor healing agents will see the fastest growth among disposable wound management supplies based on performance and infection prevention benefits in surgery and the treatment of injuries.
Use of tissue adhesives for small, simple injuries avoids the additional trauma of suture placement and removal, and the cosmetic outcomes are usually excellent, Dr.