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capable of being absorbed or taken in through the pores of a surface

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Global Absorbable Heart Stent Information, By Material (Metal, Polymer), By End Users (Hospitals, Cardiac Centers, Research Institutes, Other) - Forecast Till 2023
Absorbable, antibacterial, knotless sutures were used for closure for 1,172 women, while staples were used for the remaining 1,001 women.
Surgical fixation company Via Surgical Ltd disclosed on Monday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance for the FasTouch Absorbable Fixation System for fixation of prosthetic material to soft tissues in various minimally invasive and open surgical procedures including hernia repairs.
On the basis of product type the APAC absorbable and non-absorbable sutures market is segmented into automated suturing devices and sutures segments.
In addition, the parents of the children in absorbable suture group expressed satisfaction over prevention of psychological trauma of stitch removal.
However, the absorbable chromic catgut suture has also been reported to cause calculus formation.
I believe that readers were interested in hearing more about the TYRX[TM] Absorbable Antibacterial Envelope because it meets such an important unmet patient need, the need for infection prevention during cardiac device procedures.
Suture materials are available in absorbable and non-absorbable forms.
TissueGen Inc., developer of an absorbable polymer technology for implantable drug delivery across a wide variety of therapeutic applications, announced that its patented extrusion technology enables absorbable fibers to be loaded with a wider variety of drugs and biologically-based entities than previously possible.
The company utilizes a wide variety of implantable-grade absorbable and non-absorbable biomaterials in orthopedic, general surgery, tissue engineering, cardiovascular, bariatric, cosmetic surgery and veterinary applications, including implantable devices and drug delivery technologies.
Because of the importance of absorbable P, Zn and Mn for plant growth, accecc the relation among the amount of absorbable phosphorus by soil particles and the concentration of this element in soil solution and its effect on mentioned elements has more important.
In a separate study, the team found that using absorbable sutures is as effective as silk sutures in surgery for major trichiasis, but that absorbable sutures have the added advantage of eliminating the need for patients to return to a clinic to have the stitches removed.
Our implantable components often intend to repair or regenerate native tissue with absorbable polymers.
I wonder whether they find delayed absorbable sutures to be as durable as permanent sutures?