blister


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Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

Synonyms for blister

a flaw on a surface resulting when an applied substance does not adhere (as an air bubble in a coat of paint)

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(botany) a swelling on a plant similar to that on the skin

(pathology) an elevation of the skin filled with serous fluid

get blistered

subject to harsh criticism

cause blisters to form on

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At follow-up one week later, the patient's blisters were healing well, and he was playful and eating and drinking normally.
After draining a blister, use an antibiotic ointment before putting shoes J back on to prevent infection.
2 Acetyl Salicylic Acid Dispersible Tablet 150mg 1x10x10 Packing specification: AL STRIP/AL BLISTER | Specification: IP/BP/USP | Strength: 150 MG
Consists of tissue paper laminated with a thin aluminum layer-23 percent lighter than 20 pm blister lidding foil (48 g/[m.
Activ-Blister solutions can be incorporated into a wide range of blister packaging formats, including push-through blisters, peel/push blisters, cold-form foils, and high-barrier films containing Aclar[R] laminates.
In a day or two, new skin will form underneath, the tissue fluid will be reabsorbed and the blister skin will dry and peel.
Afterwards, an automatically-generated 3D-image illustrates the degree of strain at various areas of the blister.
With some up-front consideration of the system dynamics, custom blister designs can be optimized and applied to an entire testing platform, thereby lowering costs across the entire product family.
Following exposure to the sap, painful blisters can start to develop rapidly.
It often is possible to determine the location of the blister-causing agent by examination of a broken blister or a cross section through the defect.
A blister is a bubble or a small pocket of fluid within the upper layer of the skin, which appears as reaction to heat such as scalding and other contact burns.
It is important that frangible seal manufacturers consider the specific requirements of every custom blister reservoir and design a blister solution that considers material compatibility, burst characteristics, reagent volume delivered, and long-term storage requirements.
My immediate thought was the blisters looked like those inflicted by what many commonly call a Blister Beetle.
He shouldn't resume the activity that caused the blister until it's healed.
Pfizer has selected Sepha's non-destructive inspection device for blister packs, called Visionscan, as their preferred global standard for blister packaging inspection.