irrigating solution


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irrigating solution

Any fluid used to rinse an organ or body cavity. SEE: irrigation
See: irrigation.
See also: solution
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Review of ultrasonic irrigation in endodontics: Increasing action of irrigating solutions. Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal 2012;17:512-6.
Successful endodontic therapy requires shaping and cleaning of the root canal system and is performed using root canal instruments and irrigating solutions [1, 2].
MTAD, a new irrigating solution, comprised of a Mixture of Tetracycline isomer, Acid and Detergent has shown promising results.
They found that rotary and ultrasonic techniques removed significantly more residues than the hand file and irrigating solution techniques.
TASS has numerous causes, and most cases are attributed to 1) contaminants on surgical instruments, resulting from improper or insufficient cleaning; 2) products introduced into the eye during surgery, such as irrigating solutions or ophthalmic medications; or 3) other substances that enter the eye during or after surgery, such as topical ointments or talc from surgical gloves (5).
All patients will develop some dilutional hyponatremia, the severity of which is related to the amount of irrigating solution absorbed.
By gentle aspiration, the live worm was sucked out and the chamber was flushed with balanced ophthalmic irrigating solution to remove debris (Fig.
Here glycine 1.5% is used as irrigating solution for operative visibility, distension of the bladder, to wash out blood & resected prostate tissue.
Among the phases of endodontic treatment, the choice of instrumentation and irrigating solution that permit bacterial neutralization and toxin inactivation without negative interference with the healing process is fundamental to the success of treatment.
Aqueous solutions of 0.1 to 0.2 % are recommended for that purpose, while 2% is the concentration of root canal irrigating solution usually found in endodontic literature.
The sterile irrigating solution rinses away contaminants and other irritants.
2% Chlorhexidine gluconate (CHX) has been suggested as an alternative irrigating solution that could replace NaOCl.