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Dacron

A synthetic polyester fiber used to surgically repair damaged sections of heart muscle and blood vessel walls.
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Speaking of epic battles, keep in mind that GSP has lower water friction-it cuts through the water and unlike Dacron does not create that troublesome "belly" between the rodtip and a fish that is 100 yards or more from you, is running perpendicular to you, or does a course change repeatedly.
Non-anastomotic midgrafts stenosis of a knitted Dacron graft after arterial reconstruction.
Butch showed me a Dacron sail, laid out on the floor of the loft, that was being sewn together on a sewing machine located in a pit that allowed the operator to sit at floor level and move the fabric along under the needle of the machine.
The hypothesis is that the bacteria are trapped inside the mesh of material of the synthetic fibers of rayon and Dacron.
When switching from Dacron string to Phase I or Fast Flight, you will pick up 8 to 10 feet per second in arrow speed The Flemish twist has nothing to do with the speed; it's just easy to make a string without a jig.
Look closely at the things around your home and workplace, and chances are, you'll find dozens of items made with DuPont materials including Teflon, Lycra, Stainmaster carpet, Dacron fiber and Corian.
Filter housing on units accommodate up to a 7.5" stack of filters including aluminum or dacron pre-filters, HEPA particulate filters, activated carbon or specially treated carbon for organics, acid and mercury.
Two surgeons would have removed the damaged section of Houllier's aorta and replaced it with a graft, made of an inert man-made material called Dacron.
Home Record decorater Jason Russell shows how you can be sitting pretty this summer - and all you need to tackle the job is some two-inch foam for the pads, Dacron wadding, piping and your choice of fabric for the covers.
No patient who has undergone either of these procedures at our institution has experienced any of the complications that are associated with the older silk, nylon, and Dacron sutures.