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hydrogel

 [hi´dro-jel]
a gel that contains water.

hy·dro·gel

(hī'drō-jel),
A colloid in which the particles are in the external or dispersion phase and water in the internal or dispersed phase. Compare: hydrosol.

hydrogel

a gel in which water is the dispersion medium.

hydrogel

Wound care A polymer absorptive wound dressing. See Dressing.

hy·dro·gel

(hī'drō-jel)
A colloid in which the particles are in the external or dispersion phase and water in the internal or dispersed phase; used in sterile dressings and wound cane.

hydrogel

Type of plastic material which contains water, and is commonly used in the manufacture of soft contact lenses, e.g. HEMA.

hydrogel

a gel that contains water.
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As a drug carrier, this photo-responsive hydrogel can quickly switch from solid to liquid upon light exposure, thus allowing drugs to be released into the body in a controlled manner.
Reddy in his latest disclosure to Chemtex Speciality in December 2016 acknowledged that using ALSTA Hydrogel for over a year has increased his annual sugarcane yield from 25ton/acre to 58ton/acre & an almost double yield in Corn production.
For instance, his group developed a hydrogel that forms additional crosslinks between the polymer chains after injection.
In 2015, contact lenses and hygiene products segments jointly accounted for about three-fourths share of the world hydrogel market.
SpaceOAR hydrogel is a valuable new tool for urologists and radiation oncologists and should be instrumental in the adoption of advanced prostate cancer radiotherapy protocols, said John Sylvester, MD, of Lakewood Ranch Oncology in Bradenton, Florida and a principal investigator in the SpaceOAR clinical trial.
Messersmith, Hu, and Su developed biocompatible macromonomer hydrogels using a thioester that readily reacts with an N-terminal thiol (cysteine) through transesterification and rearrangement to form an amide bond through a five-member ring intermediate.
ex] are the weight of the dried hydrogel after photopolymerisation and the dried weight of the sample after extraction of soluble parts (i.
Healthcare company Oculus Innovative Sciences (NasdaqCM:OCLS) revealed on Thursday the receipt of a new CE Mark in Europe for Microcyn-based Pediacyn Hydrogel.