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hydrocolloid

 [hi″dro-kol´oid]
a colloid in which water is the dispersion medium; one type is used in dentistry as an impression material.

hy·dro·col·loid

(hī'drō-kol'oyd),
A gelatinous colloid in unstable equilibrium with its contained water, useful in dentistry for impressions because of its dimensional stability under controlled conditions.

hydrocolloid

/hy·dro·col·loid/ (-kol´oid) a colloid system in which water is the dispersion medium.

hydrocolloid

a gelatinous colloid in which water is the dispersion material. It is used in dentistry as an impression material.

hy·dro·col·loid

(hī'drō-kol'oyd)
A gelatinous colloid in unstable equilibrium with its contained water, useful in dentistry for impressions because of its dimensional stability under controlled conditions.

hy·dro·col·loid

(hī'drō-kol'oyd)
A gelatinous colloid in unstable equilibrium with its contained water, useful in dentistry for impressions because of its dimensional stability under controlled conditions.

hy·dro·col·loid

(hī'drō-kol'oyd)
Gelatinous colloid in unstable equilibrium with its contained water; useful in dentistry for impressions because of its dimensional stability under controlled conditions.

hydrocolloid

a colloid in which water is the dispersion medium.

hydrocolloid wound dressing
impermeable to oxygen and carbon dioxide, the colloid interacts with tissue fluid to form a nonadhesive gel.
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The following hydrocolloid dressings were applied in chronic wound treatment: Aquacel Ag, combination of Aquacel Ag and Granugel, and combination of Aquacel Ag, Granugel and Aquacel Ag Foam (Table 1).
Maryan, Disinfection procedures: their effect on the dimensional accuracy and surface quality of irreversible hydrocolloid impression materials and gypsum casts.
Cheddar cheese was manufactured by following the method detailed by Murtaza (2016) with slight modification in order to incorporate hydrocolloid gums for development of different low fat cheese samples.
Hydrocolloids are also known as water-soluble gums and have been found specifically a wide range of functions i.
2 % hydrocolloid concentration, the firmness of milk dessert was found to be significantly high when both TSX2 and TSG2 were added in dessert formulation with taro starch.
The moist dressing revolution began in the 1970s with the introduction of film and hydrocolloid dressings1 and today these dressings are considered to be traditional types of the advanced dressing categories.
Vancive's Thin Absorbent Skin Adhesive performs like a hybrid of the two, offering high fluid handling capacity that is more balanced between breathability and absorption than typical hydrocolloids or acrylics, bringing with it special advantages for products like postoperative dressings, direct-contact wound dressings, or ostomy flanges where thin, conformable, and/or transparent adhesive constructions are advantageous but good moisture handling is also required.
8) All materials tested in this study were able to maintain detail reproduction and gypsum compatibility after five days' storage time, but previous studies that evaluated the accuracy and dimensional stability of irreversible hydrocolloid impression materials have demonstrated the necessity of the immediate pouring of the material.
4% addition of hydrocolloid the texture was like a gel, not proper for a yogurt sample.
Proprietary hydrocolloid blends combining the proven functionality of gum Acacia with other hydrocolloids or other fibers also complement CNI's functional product line.
General section topics in this well- researched and edited collection include: novel hydrocolloid functionality, sensory-texture relationships, hydrocolloid emulsifiers, hydrocolloids and health, interactions in mixed hydrocolloid systems, innovative applications, and developments in characterization.