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Synonyms for blister

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Synonyms for blister

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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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Global Blister Packaging Market Trends, Growth, Analysis, Size, Share by types (Carded Blister Packaging, Consumer Goods Blister Packaging, Clamshell Blister Packaging), by applications (pharmaceuticals, food & beverages, consumer goods & others), by production methods (Thermoforming & Cold forming), by materials (PVC, PVDC, COC, Cold Form Foil and others) - Forecast To 2027
However, many studies suggest medication adherence is not necessarily improved by using blister packs.
The Flexible Blister is suitable for oral dosage pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements and personal care pills, for both over-the-counter and prescription medicines.
Run on conventional strip packaging equipment, the new system maintains similar barrier protections provided by traditional blister packaging, albeit with completely flexible film on both sides.
"Unfortunately, I scratched it a lot in my sleep and woke up with blisters on my leg," she said, adding next morning "there was a start of a really big blister, and my leg was so swollen I couldn't walk."
in pre-packaged blister card packages after learning that these blister packs do not meet federal standards for child-resistant packaging, posing a risk of harm if the tablets are swallowed by children.
A glaze blister is one of the most vexing defects, and it is one of the most complicated to diagnose as there are so many possible causes.
Culture of the blister fluid and the base of an unroofed blister may confirm the presence of a Streptococcus or Staphylococcus species.
* An anti-chafe cream, like Vaseline or MedZone's Blister Zone, can help prevent the friction that causes blisters.
CSP Technologies says it developed Activ-Blister to control the internal atmosphere of existing individual blister cavities, allowing for improved product performance and enhanced shelf life.
When the skin is burned or subjected to pressure or friction, a blister may from as a protective cushion.
Constantia Live Stress Check is a tool that determines the strain level applied to coldform foil and the quality of the forming process when running on blister lines.
An increasing number of POC device manufacturers are recognizing the value of easily incorporating burst and frangible seal reagent blister reservoirs into lateral flow and lab-on-a-chip/card formats, providing significant cost savings as an alternative to the conventional eyedropper and bottled reagent systems with an added reassurance of test reliability.