About the Absorb
Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold Absorb
is made of polylactide, a proven biocompatible material that is commonly used in medical implants such as dissolvable sutures.
With Fat Absorb
, losing weight is simply sticking to the schedule of taking a couple of capsules 20 minutes before lunch and dinner.
THAT'S BECAUSE THE TREES THAT THEY REPLACE CONSTANTLY ABSORB
OR SEQUESTER WATER AND POLLUTANTS.
We think Thunder Bay can absorb
one, maybe even two, condo projects per year," he says.
Latest Data Show that Absorb
Performs as well as the Market-leading, Metallic Drug Eluting Stent
- The First Commercially Available Bioabsorbable Stent
Abbott today announced it has completed enrollment of three clinical trials to support approvals of the company's revolutionary Absorb
Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold (BVS) in the United States, Japan and China.
How many trees would it take to absorb
the carbon dioxide that's produced when you use everyday appliances?
As the darker materials absorb
more solar radiation than lighter ones do, they increase local warming, so these changes in albedo tend to be self-amplifying.
requires precise deposition of inks formulated to absorb
near-infrared (NIR) laser light.
Disposable diapers are currently the third largest source of landfill waste, in part due to the petroleum-based gels they're packed with to absorb
If a new city were to take over the facility, it would have to absorb
Two energy-absorbing polyurethane foam systems from Miles' Polymers Division were critical to the deploying door trim, allowing it to help absorb
side impact forces, thereby reducing the forces on vehicle occupants.
Absorbing materials are normally used in enclosures around equipment, but they also are used to absorb
acoustic energy from nearby sources.
On January 13, the regulator announced that Banco Industrial (BI) will absorb
Bancomer's branch network and deposit base.