coagulate


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to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

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change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state

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cause to change from a liquid to a solid or thickened state

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transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass

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The FMwand simultaneously cuts and coagulates tissue without passing electrical current into the patient, making it safe to use near delicate tissue structures.
On knocking out this enzyme in male mosquitoes in the lab, the fluids failed to coagulate and form the plug.
The blade simultaneously cuts and coagulates tissue by breaking hydrogen bonds, denaturing protein, and creating a sticky coagulum, thus coapting the small blood vessels.
Domain Surgical's FMwand product line is based upon patent-pending thermal surgical technology, whereby a surgical implement can be rapidly heated to consistently deliver pure thermal energy to cut and coagulate soft tissue.
The method includes combining a first fluid comprising elastomer latex with a second fluid comprising particulate filler; causing the elastomer latex to coagulate, thereby forming masterbatch crumb; bringing the masterbatch crumb to a water content of about 1 weight percent to about 20 weight percent, thereby forming a dewatered coagulum; removing water from the dewatered coagulum by subjecting the dewatered coagulum to mechanical energy, thereby causing the dewatered coagulum to heat as a result of friction, while allowing the dewatered coagulum to achieve a temperature of about 130[degrees]C to about 190[degrees]C, wherein water content is reduced to about 0.
The AutoLITT System uses an MRI-guided laser probe, passed through a small bur hole in the skull, to deliver laser interstitial thermal therapy ("LITT") to heat and coagulate the tumor from the inside.
It lets the egg white coagulate but keeps the yolk runny, regardless of the size of the egg.
Micromac's DAF unit injects flocculants in to the effluent stream in order to coagulate the particles.
Because the ink is insoluble in the reservoir, the oppositely charged polymers bind to each other, causing the ink to coagulate.
The LaparoSonic coagulating shears (LCS), which cut, coagulate, grasp, dissect, and probe, may be the only instrument you will need for most laparoscopic procedures, Dr.
As with all FMwand Surgical Tips, the extended length tips simultaneously cut and coagulate without passing electrical current into the patient, making them safe to use near delicate tissue structures.
Until recently, electrosurgery-based equipment was the standard used by surgeons to cut and coagulate tissue.
A BROKEN raw egg is easier to clear up if you sprinkle table salt on the gooey mess as it causes the egg white to coagulate.
Key statement: The particulate filler fluid is fed under high pressure to the mixing zone to form a jet stream to entrain elastomer latex fluid energetically to completely coagulate the elastomer with filler prior to the discharge.
Diathermy uses a very small hot wire to coagulate the vessels.