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DermaBond®

Dermatology A proprietary–Men's Hair Now, Queens, NY–non-medical hair replacement system that glues individual hairs into a goo–Liquid Seal, applied to the skin. See Hair replacement surgery.
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To the best of our knowledge, the use of Dermabond has not been previously described as an adjunct to suture fixation for laryngeal cartilage trauma, although it has been used to fixate cartilage in rhinoplasty.
If dehiscence is a concern, pull the cuticulars and follow with either Dermabond or SteriStrips, he said, but strongly consider using running subcuticular sutures.
[6.] Dermabond. Topical skin adhesive- http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf/P960052c.pdf (accessed 24 March 2014).
Octyl-2- Comes as a topical Polymerization creates a cyanoacrylate liquid adhesive best physical barrier, (Dermabond) used for smaller tamponading the vessels lacerations.
The chemical compatibility of IVCs (16GA 1.16IN [1.7 x 30 mm] Insyte[TM] Autoguard[TM] [BD, Franklin Lakes, NJ, USA], made of BD Vialon), with two cyanoacrylate TAs: Dermabond and Histoacryl, and three removal agents: paraffin, acetone and Remove[TM] adhesive removal wipes (Smith & Nephew, Canada) was assessed by measuring the tensile strength of IVCs after exposure to these solutions on the central 1 cm of the IVC for one hour, followed by mechanical testing.
ETHICON Products offers the DERMABOND Topical Skin Adhesive (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) that can act as a barrier against bacterial microbes.
Villacis found that this complication can be quickly remedied by sealing the leak with Dermabond. A finger can be held over the hole as the adhesive is quickly obtained and applied, allowing the surgeons to complete the dissection of the cyst, thus saving the ovary MacGyver would give this a thumbs-up.
BALTIMORE -- The cutaneous adhesive Dermabond can be applied to the margins of a wound to buttress atrophied, thin skin enough to achieve adequate primary closure with sutures, Dr.
According to MedMarket Diligence, one of the leading cyanoacrylates is Dermabond, developed by Closure Medical and marketed by Ethicon, a Johnson & Johnson company.
The tissue adhesive octylcyanoacrylate (Dermabond) is as effective as standard wound closure (sutures, staples, and tape adhesives) in repairing small uncomplicated lacerations and incisions (those that would normally be amenable to 5-0 suture) and does not lead to an increased rate of infection or dehiscence.
Medical adhesives, such as Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive, are now being used in operating rooms and emergency rooms to close wounds in a faster and less painful way.