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Synonyms for cement

Synonyms for cement

concrete pavement is sometimes referred to as cement

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a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay

something that hardens to act as adhesive material

any of various materials used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth

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a specialized bony substance covering the root of a tooth

make fast as if with cement

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cover or coat with cement

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bind or join with or as if with cement

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Bone cement company Heraeus Medical reported on Monday the launch of the PALACOS portfolio of bone cement products direct in the US.
During follow up, nine patients stopped taking pain reliever, the dose of 18 patients had obvious reduction, and 7 patients kept previous dose; the incidence of bone cement leakage was 38.
Delivery of 585 packs per year of low viscosity bone cement including vacuum preparation system with proximal compression injection.
It also provides information about clinical trials in progress, which includes trial phase, trial status, trial start and end dates, and, the number of trials for the key Bone Cement pipeline products.
Market size for Orthopedic Bone Cement and Casting Materials market categories -Bone Cement and Casting Materials.
sup][1] In this case, we detected decreased oxygen saturation several minutes after the implantation of bone cement and bone cement implantation syndrome (BCIS) was highly suspected.
Target: Biomet Cobalt Bone Cement, Optivac Cement Mixing Accessories, SoftPac Pouch and Discovery Elbow System for the US marketplace
Most reports described "acute deterioration" within just a few minutes of the insertion of bone cement, with 41 patients dying and the remainder having to resuscitated from cardiac arrest.
In addition to better delivery mechanisms, the vertebroplasty manufacturers are also exploring opportunities to develop alternatives to poly(methyl methaacrylate) (PMMA), which is currently used as bone cement in most of the procedures.
In this research, mechanical properties like elasticity module, normal toughness, scratch toughness, and surface properties, including resistance against the abrasion of bone cement samples were determined through the experiments.
Bone cement was originally developed in 1943 for use in the field of dentistry (Kuhn 2005).
The product will be offered as part of a system that includes needles, bone cement and delivery instruments for both kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty, allowing doctors to perform either procedure at the time of patient care.
Examples include a PEEK/hydroxyapatite fusion cage, PMMA/hydroxyapatite bone cement, and a poly(L-lactide-co-D.
A new acrylic resin with bone cement opacifiers will help physicians track bone cement flow in patients undergoing procedures to treat vertebral compression fractures, according to the product's manufacturer.
Vertebroplasty and the closely related kyphoplasty are interventional radiology procedures involving percutaneous injection of bone cement (polymethylmethacrylate) into collapsed vertebrae primarily for pain relief.