Catgut: Sterile collagen strands obtained from healthy mammals. They are used as absorbable surgical ligatures and are frequently impregnated with chromium or silver for increased strength. They tend to cause tissue reaction.Sutures: Materials used in closing a surgical or traumatic wound. (From Dorland, 28th ed)Intradermal Tests: Skin tests in which the sensitizer is injected.Acupuncture Points: Designated locations along nerves or organ meridians for inserting acupuncture needles.Viola: A plant genus of the family VIOLACEAE. Some species in this genus are called bouncing bet which is a common name more often used with SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS. Members contain macrocyclic peptides.Abbreviations as Topic: Shortened forms of written words or phrases used for brevity.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Music: Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.Cranial Sutures: A type of fibrous joint between bones of the head.Suture Techniques: Techniques for securing together the edges of a wound, with loops of thread or similar materials (SUTURES).Sclerostomy: Surgical formation of an external opening in the sclera, primarily in the treatment of glaucoma.China: A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.Needles: Sharp instruments used for puncturing or suturing.Periosteum: Thin outer membrane that surrounds a bone. It contains CONNECTIVE TISSUE, CAPILLARIES, nerves, and a number of cell types.Laryngoplasty: Restoration, reconstruction, or improvement of a defective or damaged LARYNX.Polydioxanone: An absorbable suture material used also as ligating clips, as pins for internal fixation of broken bones, and as ligament reinforcement for surgically managed ligament injuries. 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Short term surgical outcomes of modified deep sclerectomy with catgut implant. (1/15)

We compared the effectiveness of and complications resulting from modified deep sclerectomy with catgut implant (modified-DSCI) with those of standard deep sclerectomy with collagen implant (DSCI) in the short term following surgery. In this retrospective study, standard-DSCI was performed on thirteen patients (17 eyes), and modified-DSCI was performed on seven patients (11 eyes). After dissection of a 5x5 mm sized superficial scleral flap, a 3x4 mm sized rectangular deep scleral flap was constructed in DSCI and a 2x3 mm sized triangular deep scleral flap in modified DSCI. A collagen implant was placed on the scleral bed in DSCI and # 0 CHROMIC Catgut Absorbable Suture was used in modified DSCI. The mean follow up was 11.0+/-6.1 months in DSCI and 9.3+/-4.7 months in modified DSCI. The mean preoperative intraocular pressure (IOP) was 38.6+/-10.9 mmHg in DSCI and 34.8+/-8.6 mmHg in modified DSCI. In the DSCI group, the IOP was 13.4+/-3.0 mmHg at final follow up, and was 11.4+/-3.2 mmHg in the modified DSCI group. The number of Nd:YAG goniopuncture was 3 cases (25%) in the modified DSCI group, and 3 cases (21.4%) in the DSCI group. The number of intraoperative microperforations was 3 in the DSCI group and 2 in the modified DSCI group. Temporary hypotony was encountered in 8 eyes (57.1%) of the DSCI group and 4 eyes (50%) of the modified DSCI group. There was no significant difference observed between the two groups in regards to the effectiveness or rate of complications seen during short term follow up.  (+info)

Comparison of surgical outcomes between small collagen and chromic catgut implants in deep sclerectomy. (2/15)

In deep sclerectomy, collagen implant has been used to maintain space under the scleral flap. However, the effect of other implants has not been studied. In this retrospective study, we compared surgical outcomes between small collagen and chromic catgut used as implants in deep sclerectomy. Deep sclerectomy was performed on 23 patients (25 eyes) who either had an open angle and a high intraocular pressure (IOP) (> 22 mmHg) in spite of receiving the maximal tolerable medical treatment, or who were intolerant to medications. Our study consisted of 14 patients (15 eyes) in the small collagen group and 8 (9 eyes) in the chromic catgut group. The mean follow-up period was 8.6 +/- 3.3 months in the small collagen group and 4.4 +/- 1.2 months in the chromic catgut group. The mean preoperative IOP was not significantly different between the two groups. The complete success rate of the small collagen group was significantly better than that of the chromic catgut group at the final follow-up when data were analyzed using the Kaplan-Meier survival curve (87% versus 30%; P = .01). As for the qualified success rate, the small collagen group showed significantly better results at the final follow-up (93% versus 80%; P = .046). The mean number of postoperative medications was significantly lower in the small collagen group (0.26 versus 1.10; P < .05). These results confirmed that the use of small collagen implant in deep sclerectomy produced a higher success rate and a lowered need for postoperative medication compared to the use of chromic catgut implant. Because equal sized implants were used, the difference in biochemical properties, particularly the severity of inflammation caused by the implant, is presumed to be the cause of the different surgical outcomes.  (+info)

The influence of suturing and sepsis on the development of postoperative peritoneal adhesions. (3/15)

Postoperative peritoneal adhesions are a major cause of morbidity. The purpose of this study was to investigate the potential contributions of suturing and sepsis to their formation in animals undergoing laparotomy. Suturing the peritoneum with plain catgut was associated with a high incidence of adhesions to the wound at 8 days (11/15), but this was significantly less at 25 days (5/15, P less than 0.04). Use of monofilament nylon, or non-suture, were each associated with a low incidence of adhesions. Wound strength was significantly greater at 25 days than at 8 days (P less than 0.0005), but did not differ between groups. In a separate experiment, bacterial infection, even in the absence of a particulate carrier, proved to be a potent cause of postoperative peritoneal adhesions (8/9, P = 0.02) compared with uninfected controls (3/10). Suturing the peritoneum in the presence of infection caused an especially high incidence of adhesions to the wound (8/9, P = 0.004 vs 2/10 unsutured). It is concluded that the lowest incidence of adhesions to the wound is likely to be obtained, both in uninfected and in infected cases, if the peritoneum is not sutured during closure of abdominal wounds, and that such an approach does not compromise wound strength.  (+info)

The role of biological adhesive and suture material on rabbit hepatic injury. (4/15)

PURPOSE: To evaluate the performance of fibrin adhesive and absorbable suture thread in the repairing of hepatic injures in rabbits. METHODS: New Zealand albino rabbits (n=16), males and females, from 5 to 6 months old, average weight of 2500 g, were distributed randomly in Group A (n-8) - biological adhesive and Group B (n=8) - suture thread. After anesthesia with acepromazine (1mg/Kg), ketamine (50mg/Kg) and fentanyl EV (0,5ml/Kg), it was performed a supra-umbilical median laparotomy, the median hepatic lobe was isolated and subjected to severe standardized incision. In the group B the incision edges were sutured with simple 4-0 catgut, in separated stitches. It was evaluated the total time of the procedure, the hemostasis time and hemorrhage volume. In the 21st post-operative day it was evaluated the presence of adherences and signs of infection in the abdominal cavity, and it was followed by the resection of the median hepatic lobe for the histological evaluation. RESULTS: The calculated mean and standard deviation showed that the procedure time, hemostasis time and bleeding amount were significantly smaller in the group of animals subjected to the use of fibrin adhesive. The surgical abdominal incision was significantly more extensive in the animals of the suture group (average of 6,8 cm) in relation to the adhesive group (average of 3,8), as well as the number of occurrences of abscesses. The adherence of the intestinal ansas to the sutured incision (group B) occurred in five cases and the major omentum adhesion occurred in all animals. In the group A (adhesive) it occurred adherences of the major omentum in three cases. The microscopy of the hepatic incision repaired with the use of fibrin showed that the inflammatory infection is less intense, not associated with the formulation of secretion in the abscesses, and therefore has a more favorable later cicatricial aspect than a conventional suture with surgical thread. CONCLUSION: In agreement with other biomedical literature works, the fibrin adhesive is a viable option for the performance of hemostasis in a animal model (rabbit) with severe hepatic injury.  (+info)

The ultimate Aberdeen knot. (5/15)

INTRODUCTION: The Aberdeen knot has been shown to be stronger and more secure than a surgeon's knot for ending a suture line. No data exist as to the ideal configuration of the Aberdeen knot. The Royal College of Surgeons of England in their Basic Surgical Skills Course, 2002 recommended six throws. The aim of this experiment is to find the ideal combination of throws and turns. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Aberdeen knots of various configurations were tied in 0-PDS suture (Ethicon, Johnson and Johnson). Each configuration was tied 10 times. A materials testing machine was used to test the knots to destruction in a standardised manner. RESULTS: The knots were seen to behave in two ways. They either slipped and unravelled, or broke. Knots tied with fewer than three throws were unreliable. Knots tied with three throws and two turns appear to be the strongest configuration. Adding further throws and turns does not increase the strength of an Aberdeen knot. CONCLUSIONS: An Aberdeen knot tied with three throws and two turns is the ultimate Aberdeen knot.  (+info)

Tensile strength study of the abdominal wall following laparotomy synthesis using three types of surgical wires in Wistar rats. (6/15)

PURPOSE: To study the tensile strength of the abdominal wall following laparotomy synthesis utilizing three types of surgical wires. METHODS: Thirty Wistar rats were randomized into three groups of ten rats each. Each group underwent a 3cm-laparotomy which was closed with 3-0 polyglactin 910, polyglecrapone and catgut wires. After 63 days, euthanasia was performed and part of the abdominal wall was removed with which a strip was produced measuring 2.0 cm in length by 6.0 cm in width comprising the abdominal muscles with the implanted mesh. The sample was fixed in a mechanical test machine in which constant force was applied contrary to the tissue strips. Maximum force was considered, expressed in Newton, until full rupture of the tissue occurred. The non-parametrical Kruskal - Wallis test was used for the statistical analysis, admitting p+info)

Effects of polyglecaprone 25, silk and catgut suture materials on oral mucosa wound healing in diabetic rats: an evaluation of nitric oxide dynamics. (7/15)

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of monocryl (Polyglecaprone 25), silk and catgut suture materials on wound healing in diabetic rats and to evaluate NO (nitric oxide) dynamics. STUDY DESIGN: Fourty-eight male Wistar-Albino rats weighing 220-270 g were used in this study. The rats were categorized into 2 groups, as control group (n=24) and streptozotocin (STZ) induced diabetic group (n=24). For each group, incision wounds were created on the inner cheek mucosa of the animals and wounds were closed primarily with three different types of sutures. These materials were sized 3-0 monocryl (polyglecaprone 25), silk and catgut sutures swaged on. Excisional biopsies were performed at 2nd, 7th, 14th and 21st day (2 rats per day) from the initial surgical procedure. Effects of these suture materials on wound healing and NOS (nitric oxide synthase) activities were compared immunohistochemically in the study. eNOS and iNOS (Endothelial and induced nitric oxide synthase) activities were classified as mild (+), moderate (++) and severe (+++). RESULTS: Mild eNOS activities were seen in both diabetic and control groups at 2nd day specimens. Activities of silk and catgut were similar both in diabetic and control groups at 14th day, this activity in monocryl was mild. 21st day specimens revealed that monocryl has mild eNOS activity than silk and catgut sutures. iNOS activities in diabetic group were greater than control groups and the degrees of the activity in monocryl, silk and catgut sutures were mild, severe and moderate at the 7th day. At the 14th day there was no iNOS activity in diabetic monocryl group. CONCLUSION: All of the materials have the potential capacity to be well tolerated however monocryl seemed to have more beneficial effects on wound healing in diabetic subjects.  (+info)

Use of 2-octyl cyanoacrylate adhesive in rat liver induced lesion. (8/15)

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For a long time, catgut was the most common material for the strings of harps, lutes, violins, violas, cellos, and double basses, acoustic guitars and other stringed musical instruments, as well as older marching snare drums. Most musical instruments produced today use strings with cores made of other materials, generally steel or synthetic polymer. Gut strings are the natural choice for many classical and baroque string players[6], and gut strings are still most commonly preferred in concert-tension pedal/grand and some lever harps because they give a richer, darker sound as well as withstanding high tension within low alto, tenor, and high-bass ranges[6]. Many acoustic guitarists moved away from gut strings in the early 1900s when the C. F. Martin & Company introduced steel strings, which gave greater volume to the guitar. "The demand for steel came from ensemble players, who couldnt make themselves heard clearly without it."[7] Within a few years the majority of Martin guitars were made with ...
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Pull the long end of the catgut along the front of the hoop. Place the catgut on the suede-covered hoop approximately 1 1/2-inches from the knot. Pull the catgut tight and hold in place. Drape the catgut over the back of the hoop. Insert the end of the catgut through the catgut loop to the left side of your thumb. Pull the entire length of the catgut through the loop. Pull the catgut tight. This creates a type of knot that holds the spiderlike weave in place. Repeat the process along the edge of the hoop until you reach the second Gods eye.. ...
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PubMed to January 2012 was searched for any study in English or Chinese evaluating the outcome of catgut embedding for the treatment of obesity. The terms used in the search were: catgut, embedding, obesity and acupuncture. Reference lists of obtained articles were searched as well. Studies including any laboratory values were excluded from this analysis.. One investigator selected the articles for inclusion. Two investigators independently abstracted data from all eligible studies using a standardised Excel file. These authors retrieved data on study design, study period, study size, patient demographics and treatment outcome. Relevant studies were assigned a level of evidence according to the Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine 2011 levels of evidence.. The search performed on January 2012 yielded 21 articles pertinent to the topic (table 1)-one randomised controlled trial (RCT, level I evidence),2 eight non- RCTs (level II evidence)3-10 and 12 case reports (level V evidence). ...
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Acupoint catgut-embedding (ACE) therapy is a type of acupuncture surgery that combines concepts of traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical instruments. The therapy involves using a hypodermic needle and an acupuncture needle to embed 1-cm long catgut segments in an acupoint, enabling the catgut to perform long-term stimulation of the acupoint and achieve the effects of acupuncture treatment. Each therapy process requires numerous repetitions of the same steps, and each needle set can only be used to embed one catgut segment. Additionally, doctors must perform this surgical procedure by hand; no automatic auxiliary instrument has been developed to date. To address these problems, this paper proposes an innovative design of the first automatic ACE auxiliary instrument in the world. The instrument could assist doctors to complete the ACE steps. And it neither requires a battery or external electric power nor changes needles during therapy. The study first involved designing the mechanism ...
Surgical suture (plain and chromic) is absorbable sterile suture composed of purified connective tissue derived from either the serosal layer of beef or submucosal fibrous layer of sheep intestines.
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Through many millennia, various suture materials were used, debated, and remained largely unchanged. Needles were made of bone or metals such as silver, copper, and aluminium bronze wire. Sutures were made of plant materials (flax, hemp and cotton) or animal material (hair, tendons, arteries, muscle strips and nerves, silk, and catgut). The earliest reports of surgical suture date to 3000 BC in ancient Egypt, and the oldest known suture is in a mummy from 1100 BC. A detailed description of a wound suture and the suture materials used in it is by the Indian sage and physician Sushruta, written in 500 BC.[23] The Greek father of medicine, Hippocrates, described suture techniques, as did the later Roman Aulus Cornelius Celsus. The 2nd-century Roman physician Galen described gut sutures.[24] In the 10th century, the catgut suture along with the surgery needle were developed by Abulcasis[25][26]. The catgut suture was similar to that of strings for violins, guitar, and tennis racquet and it involved ...
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The ligature materials used for surgical sterilization were reported as follows: polyglactin 910 (n = 152), chromic catgut (n = 151), plain catgut (n = 60), silk (n = 40) and non-absorbable monofilament material (n = 3). Regarding whether animals were hospitalized after completion of the surgery, 69% reported "yes" whereas 31% reported "no". Veterinarians who indicated that the animals were hospitalized postoperatively indicated that they hospitalized for 0-3 days (67.4%), , 3 and , 5 days (12.6%), 5 to 7 days (19.1%) and , 7 days (0.9%).. Twenty-four percent of the veterinarians (81/332) (24.4%) recommended whelping before surgical sterilization because of a particular benefit whereas another 14/332 (4%) recommended only if the owner had requested. The opinions for recommending whelping first were as follows: every animal should experience maternity and lactation (n = 23), hormonal imbalances can be prevented (n = 18), number of companion animals should be increased (n = 9), breeds ...
The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the mechanical properties of five suture materials on three knot configurations when subjected to different physical conditions. Five 5-0 (silk, polyamide 6/66, polyglycolic acid, glycolide-e-caprolactone copolymer, polytetrafluoroethylene) suture materials were used. Ten samples per group of each material were used. Three knot configurations were compared A.2=1=1 (forward-forward-reverse), B.2=1=1 (forward-reverse-forward), C.1=2=1 (forward-forward-reverse). Mechanical properties (failure load, elongation, knot slippage/breakage) were measured using a universal testing machine. Samples were immersed in three different pH concentrations (4,7,9) at room temperature for 7 and 14 days. For the thermal cycle process, sutures were immersed in two water tanks at different temperatures (5 and 55 °C). Elongation and failure load were directly dependent on the suture material. Polyglycolic acid followed by glycolide-e-caprolactone copolymer showed the most knot
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5. Low-sodium and low-potassium diet and tell the patient to avoid spasm and peristalsis is too thick. Imbalanced nutrition: Less than body requirements related to air or gas pains. Stoma should be implanted in the capillaries, and veins, consists of the surgical specimen. The undifferentiated subtype of nonkeratinizing carcinoma is most commonly seen in women and people of the anterior midline, all the risks of opsi; recognition of signs of tension pneumothorax occurs. 7. Management of foreign bodies such as sarcoidosis, vasculitis, systemic lupus erythematosus: A systematic review: Effectiveness of coping, support systems, and resources. 2. Obtain history of prema- ture vascular disease. Encourage the patient for clues and supplement inter- actions with a very short term but increased dvts at long-term follow-up at intervals of lucidity. Most patients are at least one of several small calculi that produced intermittent obstruction causing cvi was treated first with 6-0 chromic catgut ...
The Incisionless Fritsch otoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure for pinning protruding ears. Fritsch named his method "Incisionless Otoplasty" and published it under this name in 1995, 2004, 2009 and 2013. Through very small skin openings on the back of the ear, permanent, non-absorbable sutures (called by Fritsch" retention sutures") are placed invisibly around the cartilage of the antihelix with a special technique, that was described previously by Kaye, Mouly, and simultaneously by Peled, pulled tight and knotted. When the sutures are tightened, the ear moves towards the head. The small skin openings, beneath which he positions the knots of the sutures, are closed with catgut sutures. Fritsch reported in his first publication, that eight initial patients were operated on using percutaneous placement of retention sutures in conjunction with a post auricular incision. Thereafter, 5 patients were operated on using only the percutaneous incisions technique. Fritsch pointed out that he could ...
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Submission to a juried book art exhibition to be held in Canterbury. I researched the different kinds of stitches that surgeons use, and the materials they use - catgut, silk, etc - including the various types of needles (chiefly cutting, used for closing up skin, and tapered, used on deeper tissue) - which come in different shapes - and knots, and which of these tools and techniques are used in combination. Thats just a tiny bit of what surgeons need to know: the result of it all, the scar, is the tip of the iceberg ...
Although he was widely regarded as an authority on heart wounds, Hill had not actually operated on a living heart. Hill moved Myrick to a table and by lantern light began the procedure, assisted by his brother and a fourth physician who had arrived to administer chloroform to the patient. Hill opened the youths chest and discovered a great deal of internal bleeding within the pericardium, the protective tissue surrounding the heart. To relieve pressure on the injured organ, Hill opened the pericardial sack to drain the blood. He then stitched the stab wound, which was in the left ventricle of Myricks heart, with catgut thread. The entire procedure lasted 45 minutes. Myrick survived and within a few weeks had recovered from his injuries. With this procedure, Hill became the first American physician to successfully repair a wounded heart in a surgery that the patient survived ...
Violins have four open strings, usually tuned to G, D, A, and E. The strings run from a tailpiece attached to the base, across a wooden bridge, continue towards the neck of the instrument running parallel to the fingerboard, and connect to the pegbox located at the very top of the violin. They are wound around four tuning pegs that are mounted sideways through holes in the pegbox. The bridge helps to hold the strings in place, while the pegs maintain the tension necessary to produce vibration. Strings were first made of sheeps intestines (called "catgut"), stretched, dried and twisted. Contrary to popular belief, violin strings were never made of cats intestines. Gut strings are used in modern and "period" music, though in recent years the "baroque" historically accurate performance violinists seem to use them more often than those who play later period music or baroque music in a "modern" style. Gut strings are made by a number of specialty string makers as well as some large stringmaking ...
I have added serveral new books which came to my attention and added links to further infos about the books. I did not add all the articles from Catgut and other journals, which are not available easily for the public. Sorry about that for there is a lot of material found in these sources ...
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Archery is a sport that dates back years and years before the modern day version that we have today with all sorts of high-tech equipment and different techniques of shooting and competing with other archers. To give you an idea of just how old archery really is, in approx. 2800 BC, the first composite bow was produced by the Egyptians. It was made from wood, tipped with animal horn and held together with animal sinew and glue. Unstrung, it resembled a "C" shape and would have required 2 people to string it. The bowstring was made from "catgut" (sheep intestines). The arrows used were extremely light, could be shot 400 yards using the composite bow and would easily penetrate the armor of that time period. The Egyptians used archers on the back of light chariots who were highly trained and skilled and could easily outflank an enemy army with devastating effect.. ...
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They used to say if man could fly hed have wings. But he did fly. He discovered he had to. Do you wish that the first Apollo mission hadnt reached the moon? Or that we hadnt gone on to Mars and then to the nearest star? Thats like saying you wish that you still operated with scalpels, and sewed your patients up with catgut like your great great great great grandfather used to. Im in command. I could order this... but Im not. Because Doctor McCoy is right in pointing out the enormous danger potential in any contact with life and intelligence as fantastically advanced as this. But I must point out that the possibilities, the potential for knowledge and advancement is equally great. Risk! Risk is our business, thats what this starship is all about. Thats why were aboard her! - Kirk to ...
VESDICT OX INDIA It was the tact of the gentleman with the diamond ring that averted a terrible gaff about these violins. v You were wondering about the strings? "* He spoke very softly. * Yes, Why...? He held up his hand. *Our religious traditions.. .and his voice sank to a whisper, do not permit us to use catgut.3 So that was it! The same old story, which has had a thousand variations in Indian history, from the grease on the cartridges of the 1857 mutineers to the latest depredations of the sacred cows in the nearest bazaar. It all seemed strangely remote from pure music. These instruments which now confront us are, broadly speakings the only instruments ever available to Indian musicians. You cau, see pictures of exactly the same sort of thing in early sixteenth- century Moghul miniatures. They are, presumably, the best of their kind. They do not suggest themselves as appropriate for the expression of any very subtle or delicate emotions. A programme was handed round. The first item read ...
A novel method and system for inserting a surgical wire into a patients bone is disclosed. The novel system includes a novel tool for guiding a surgical wire into the patients bone at a universally adjustable position in relation to a previously inserted wire, and a novel guide pin-external sleeve combination whose use greatly facilitates the steps of guide pin insertion and, after the sleeve has been removed, insertion of a cannulated surgical implant over the guide pin. The novel system is particularly suited for use in a surgical procedure for fixing a fracture in the femoral neck with a plurality of parallel cannulated bone screws.
Kalairajah, Y, Gray, J M, Boerger, T O, Ripley, L G and Ricketts, D M (2008) Sealing the Acetabular notch - Does it Improve Cement Penetration During Pressurisation in the Acetabulum? Orthopedics, 31 (5). pp. 463-466. ISSN 0147-7447 Stott, Philip M, Ripley, Lionel and Lavelle, Michael A (2007) The Ultimate Aberdeen Knot. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 89 (7). pp. 713-717. ISSN 0035-8843 Hughes, Sean C A, Stott, Philip M, Hearnden, Anthony J and Ripley, Lionel G (2007) A New and Effective Tension-Band Braided Polyester Suture Technique for Transverse Patellar Fracture Fixation. Injury, International Journal of Care of the Injured, 38 (2). pp. 212-222. ISSN 0020-1383 Ripley, Lionel and Lim, Desmond (2006) The Automated Anomaloscope Series for the Detection of Colour-Vision Deficits. Vision, 18 (Su. ISSN 0917-1142 Vaz, F, Ripley, L, Lim, D, Kanegaonkar, R and Harries, M (2006) Optical Quality of the Nasendoscope with and without the Endosheath. Journal of Laryngology and ...
Suture materials are widely used in urological surgery especially in regions that are in contact with urine. In this study, we aimed to compare polyglactine 910, cromed catgut and polydioxanone suture
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The aim of this study was to assess the effect of ovarian suspension to the round ipsilateral ligament with a resorbable suture, performed during laparoscopic surgery for endometrioma, on postoperative ovarian adhesion formation. The tool used to assess this effect was not conventional laparoscopy but outpatient transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy. Fifty women with single ovarian endometrioma were divided in two groups (group A, 24 and group B, 26). All patients underwent laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy for endometriosis. In group A, the ovary was suspended to the ipsilateral round ligament. In group B, ovarian suspension was not performed. All patients underwent transvaginal outpatient hydrolaparoscopy as follow-up. A significantly lower rate of postsurgical ovarian adhesion in group A in comparison with group B (33.3 vs 80.8 %-p = 0.001) was observed. Operative time and postoperative pain were similar in both groups. Ovarian suspension to the ipsilateral round ligament with a resorbable suture during
The aim of this study was to assess the effect of ovarian suspension to the round ipsilateral ligament with a resorbable suture, performed during laparoscopic surgery for endometrioma, on postoperative ovarian adhesion formation. The tool used to assess this effect was not conventional laparoscopy but outpatient transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy. Fifty women with single ovarian endometrioma were divided in two groups (group A, 24 and group B, 26). All patients underwent laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy for endometriosis. In group A, the ovary was suspended to the ipsilateral round ligament. In group B, ovarian suspension was not performed. All patients underwent transvaginal outpatient hydrolaparoscopy as follow-up. A significantly lower rate of postsurgical ovarian adhesion in group A in comparison with group B (33.3 vs 80.8 %-p = 0.001) was observed. Operative time and postoperative pain were similar in both groups. Ovarian suspension to the ipsilateral round ligament with a resorbable suture during
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Morris brings not just his scientific curiosity to his subject, but also his sense of justice. Filming an American television series on the human sexes a few years ago, he became "disturbed and angry . . . with the way women were being treated in many countries." So when he was asked to prepare a new edition of his 1985 book, "Bodywatching," he decided to devote the work to the female. The result, "The Naked Woman," incorporates only a small portion of the text from the original book.. He describes womens most dramatic maltreatment in his chapter on female genitals. The clitoris, he notes, is a bundle of some 8,000 nerve fibers, the most sensitive region of the female body. But today some 100 million women in more than 20 countries, largely in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, have suffered painful genital mutilation. In its most extreme form, a girls outer labia, inner labia and clitoris are scraped or cut off. Her vaginal opening is sewn up with silk, catgut or thorns, leaving a minute ...
Injectable photoreactive gel and biological adhesive help new cartilage grow. Music. Introduction. This is a production of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, part of the National Institutes of Health. Host-Margot Kern: Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans undergo surgery to repair torn hyaline cartilage-that is the tough, flexible tissue that acts as a shock absorber between bones. Yet, outcomes for cartilage repair are typically poor. The reason is that unlike other tissues in the body, cartilage lacks its own blood supply, which normally bathes damaged tissue and provide factors that promote regeneration.. Host-Margot Kern: Currently, the first-line therapy for cartilage repair is a technique called microfracture surgery in which tiny holes are drilled into the bone located directly below missing cartilage in order to release bone marrow into the damaged space. Because bone marrow contains a mixture of stem cells and blood, the resulting clot provides an ...
Each year insects destroy billions of pounds worth of crops, from corn in India to apples in Britain. A British professor has developed a novel way to combat them: he kills their sex drive. Biological pesticides, which are less harmful to the environment than typical chemical treatments, are a fast-growing part of the £43 billion annual pesticide market. The idea pioneered by Philip Howse, a former Southampton University entomology professor, is elegant. He has invented a range of biological adhesives that are passed between insects during normal contact. On moths, it works by covering the pheromone receptors in the male antennae with synthetic female pheromones. Unable to locate females, the males become disorientated, demoralised and give up trying to mate. Their mojo zapped, problem populations…. ...
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Tan and Hitchings should be commended on attempting to tackle the issue of sclerectomy with collagen implant.1 Nevertheless we do feel that their fundamental points and principal arguments merit reconsideration.. The authors state categorically that "long term outcomes do not exit for the newer non-penetrating surgery technique" when, in fact, long term (43.2 months (SD 14.3)) results for deep sclerectomy with collagen implant have been published some time ago.2 The study provided a qualified success rate of 94.8% and the complete success rate of 61.9% after 60 months (survival analysis), with a mean IOP at end of follow up of 11.8 (SD 3) mm Hg. The study reported no surgically induced cataract in the whole series of 105 patients.. The authors, unfortunately, failed to cite a landmark study3 comparing deep sclerectomy without an implant with trabeculectomy in the two eyes of the same patient in a prospective randomised fashion. At 12 months, mean IOP reduction was 12.3 (4.2) mm Hg (sclerectomy) ...
The anastomosis itself is usually accomplished by a continuous suture of fine, nonabsorbable suture material on atraumatic needles. Two angle sutures of 00000 arterial synthetic material are placed with knots tied on the outside (Figure 14). Both the portal vein and the inferior vena cava are very fragile. It is therefore necessary to use the utmost caution during the suturing process to avoid trauma to these vein walls. This caution should apply not only to the surgeon doing the actual suturing but equally, if not more, to the assistant holding the clamps. A very slight shearing force created by shifting the vascular clamps in relation to each other may easily disrupt a partly completed anastomosis. Leaks from the anastomotic site, particularly along the left side of the anastomosis, may be difficult to expose for subsequent resuturing. The anastomosis is completed (Figures 15 and 16) and the occluding clamps are released one at a time to check the adequacy of the suture line. Although the ...
For centuries, dentists and oral surgeons, plastic surgeons, obstetricians, urologists and even veterinarians have used stitches to close up gashes, cuts and surgical incisions. Now, many physicians are using some form of dissolvable stitches (also called absorbable sutures). The great thing about dissolvable stitches is that they can be used on internal or external wounds. Continue reading →. ...
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Villa, Oscar; Lyngstadaas, Ståle Petter; Monjo, Marta; Rønold, Hans Jacob; Petzold, Christiane & Wohlfahrt, Johan Caspar (2013). The influence of suture remnants on peri-implant bone healing - A pilot animal experimental study. Vis sammendrag Background: Suture remnants may potentially induce an inflammation and influence peri-implant osseous healing. It might thus be preferable to use a resorbable suture material in order to avoid soft and hard tissue complications. Aim: To evaluate the influence of remnants of suture filaments on osseointegration in a rabbit tibial model. Material and methods: In this pilot animal experimental study calibrated defects were prepared in the tibia of 5 chinchilla rabbits. Four sites were prepared in each animal and randomized to one of the three groups. Test filaments of nylon and chitosan were placed at the prepared implant sites before implant placement. A sham site was used as control. A coin-shaped machined titanium implant covered with a teflon cap and a ...
After initial sedation with the ketamine and xylazine cocktail previously described, the dogs were intubated and administered 1% to 1.5% isoflurane in oxygen at a rate of 1 L per minute. Vital signs were monitored throughout. Local anesthetic (2% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine) was administered at the surgical sites via regional infiltration and an inferior alveolar block. Both mandibular second premolars were sectioned, elevated, and extracted. On the experimental side, chosen using an electronically generated random number table, a full-thickness mucoperiosteal flap was elevated from the distal aspect of the third premolar to the mesial aspect of the first premolar. A vertical releasing incision was made at the mesial limit of the flap that went past the keratinized gingiva and into the level of the buccal mucosa ( Fig 1 , B ). The tissue was reapproximated with simple interrupted 4-0 vicryl resorbable sutures. A 12-fluted carbide bur was used to remove calculus and debris from the teeth ...
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An external mixer assembly is provided which externally mixes and delivers a first and a second component of a biological adhesive to tissues or organs for sealing wounds, stopping bleeding and the like. The first and second components are mixed immediately after exiting from separate outlet ports disposed in fluid communication with component reservoirs. In on embodiment, the external mixer assembly includes a housing having a housing head for enclosing therein a first reservoir containing the first component, and a second reservoir containing the second component. The housing further includes a discharge nozzle defining a longitudinal axis for enclosing therein a conduit assembly having a first and a second conduit in communication with the first and second reservoir, respectively. A deflector assembly is connected to the discharge nozzle. The deflector assembly includes a deflector plate to provide a space for initial mixing of the first and second components. The deflector plate is oriented in
Fibrin sealant applicator systems are provided for dispensing a first and a second protein solution to form a biological adhesive which overcome the disadvantages of the prior art. The fibril sealant applicator system according to the present disclosure includes two piston-type sub-assemblies coupled to two vials storing a fibrinogen and a thrombin via a coupling unit. The piston-type sub-assemblies store sterilized water within reservoirs which are in fluid communication with the vials via the coupling unit. The water is forced into the vials to form a fibrinogen and a thrombin solution. The solutions are then drawn into the reservoirs and a Y-coupler is attached to the distal end of the piston-type sub-assemblies. The Y-coupler provides fluid communication between the reservoirs and a nozzle body for dispensing the solutions when distal pressure is created within the reservoirs to force the solutions towards the nozzle body.
Fibrin sealant applicator systems are provided for dispensing a first and a second protein solution to form a biological adhesive which overcome the disadvantages of the prior art. The fibril sealant applicator system according to the present disclosure includes two piston-type sub-assemblies coupled to two vials storing a fibrinogen and a thrombin via a coupling unit. The piston-type sub-assemblies store sterilized water within reservoirs which are in fluid communication with the vials via the coupling unit. The water is forced into the vials to form a fibrinogen and a thrombin solution. The solutions are then drawn into the reservoirs and a Y-coupler is attached to the distal end of the piston-type sub-assemblies. The Y-coupler provides fluid communication between the reservoirs and a nozzle body for dispensing the solutions when distal pressure is created within the reservoirs to force the solutions towards the nozzle body.
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We learned that Dr. Choo does believe bilateral implantation provides a child with some benefit, but not enough where he is doing the bilateral implantation at the same time as standard practice. He said that it doubles the length of the surgery and that getting insurance approval is difficult. This does not mean that he is opposed to doing them at the same time, just that it is not his standard choice ...
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The studys results, appearing in the July/August issue of the Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery, showed alternatively that cleaning absorbable, or gut, sutures with distilled water did not decrease their strength. Sutures - whose use is described in Egyptian scrolls dating from 3500 B.C. - are surgical threads used to repair cuts and to close incisions after medical procedures. There are two variations in medical use today: those that are absorbable and break down harmlessly in the body and those that are nonabsorbable and are removed manually. Absorbable sutures provide a temporary scaffold until the wound itself can support the normal stresses and strains on tissues. Nonabsorbable sutures provide permanent support scaffolding and are removed once healing has occurred. In the current study, 15 samples of absorbable sutures and nonabsorbable sutures were examined. The five-sample control groups were not manipulated in any way, while the other two groups underwent a twice-a-day regimen of ...
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Wounds and injuries are the indispensable part of human life. Many times you come across different accidents which may lead to serious wounds. Healing up of wound is another vital factor pertaining to human health. Several accidents lead open wounds with diverged skin, these types of wounds are treated with surgical method called suture. The open ends of the skins are folded and suture products are used to heal the injury. Suture materials are of two types first is dissolvable or absorbable.
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The aim of the present study was to investigate the anti-obesity effect of a mixture composed of Garcinia cambogia extract, soypeptide, and l-carnitine (1.2:0.3:0.02, w/w/w) in rats rendered obese by a high-fat diet (HFD). Sprague-Dawley rats were fed either the high-fat control diet (CD) or the 0.38% mixture-supplemented HFD (CD + M) for 9 weeks. The mixture significantly reduced body weight gain and the accumulation of visceral fat mass in a rat model of HFD-induced obesity. Moreover, the mixture effectively lowered blood and hepatic lipid concentrations and serum glucose, insulin, c-peptide, and leptin levels in rats with HFD-induced obesity. Results from real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analyses indicated that the expression levels of leptin, tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α), and sterol regulatory element binding protein 1c (SREBP1c) genes in the epididymal fat tissue of rats fed the CD + M diet were 0.4-, 0.6-, and 0.48-fold, respectively, of those found in the CD rats
But for very prominent brow bones a frontal sinus wall setback technique is needed. Known as an osteoplastic bone flap method, it is done by removing the entire frontal sinus wall by sawing it off flush with the surrounding forehead bone. This exposes some or all of the underlying frontal sinus cavities. Sometimes the mucosal lining can be kept intact if it is carefully peeled off the cut bone segment. The removed bone segments are rehaping, usually thinning them out so a flat piece is obtained, and then put back.. Putting the frontal sinus bone flap back requires that it be fixed to the underlying and surrounding bone. A stable bone segment will permit a good seal over the frontal sinuses (to prevent a postoperative air leak) and will allow for bone consolidation/healing. Multiple methods of brow bone fixation have been used from resorbable sutures, wire ligature and various sizes of metal plates and screws. Depending on the shape of the repositioned bone segment and how it fits into the ...
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On her first appearance as a three-year-old, Salsabil was sent to Newbury for the Fred Darling Stakes, a trial race for the 1000 Guineas. The race attracted a strong field for a Group Three race, and Salsabil started third favourite behind Dead Certain, the Cheveley Park Stakes winner and Chimes of Freedom, the winner of the Moyglare Stud Stakes. Carson positioned the filly in fifth place before moving into the lead a quarter of a mile from the finish. Salsabil drew away from her opponents to win by six lengths.[7] Thirteen days later, Salsabil started 6/4 favourite for the 1000 Guineas over Newmarket's Rowley Mile course. Her opponents included Free at Last, the filly who had inflicted her only defeat, and Heart of Joy, the unbeaten winner of the Nell Gwyn Stakes. Salsabil challenged Heart of Joy for the lead inside the final furlong and was hard ridden by Carson to win by three-quarters of a lengths. Negligent was five lengths further back in third.[8]. A month later Salsabil was moved up in ...
Catgut Acoustical Society. 1998. Official web site Official peak list. ...
"Catgut Suture Sterilization". Dolphin Sutures. Retrieved 2013-12-21. 3.Types of sutures and suture materials. ...
Treadshot with Catgut. Treadshot is a gunslinger. His partner Catgut transforms from a four-legged beast into fusion-powered ...
Catgut Acoustical Society Journal. II. 4 (7): 48-58. Mottola, RM (2011). "Comparison of Arching Profiles of Golden Age ...
There are twelve catgut strings. The curved fingerboard, almost parallel with the neck, is provided with frets, and has in ...
Catgut is made from sheep intestines. Head cheese is a meat product. A horned toad is a lizard. A velvet ant is a wasp. Koala " ...
FourPlay's first album, Catgut Ya' Tongue? was released in 1998, and featured mostly covers (of bands including Metallica and ... Catgut Ya' Tongue? (1998) The Joy Of... (2000) Now To The Future (2006) Fourthcoming (2009) This Machine (2014) FourPlay String ...
... referred to as cat-gut. Baroque bows generally look straight or bent slightly outwards in the middle, with an elegant "swan- ... The Baroque violin: more than catgut strings. ...
Little Big Dog: Nose Marie rescues a Small-as-a-Mouse puppy from Catgut and has grown attached to him, and Yes. He becomes a ... Cooler, Whopper, Katrina, Brattina (who started wearing a jacket) and Catgut remained the same. Holly grew longer hair and wore ... The Bird Dog: Bright Eyes saves an injured baby bird from Catgut.. ... her pet cat Catgut (voiced by Frank Welker), and her goddaughter Holly (voiced by Ami Foster), a friend of the Pound Puppies ...
A general name for this material is catgut. The first natural gut tennis string was rumored to be manufactured in 1875 by ...
Animal fibers generally comprise proteins such as collagen, keratin and fibroin; examples include silk, sinew, wool, catgut, ...
All seams had been sewn with small stitches in catgut. Some appeared to be repairs. Textile archaeologists identified the ...
Leroy asks Catgut to join them, but she refuses telling them she has lost interest in music. However, Catgut sings of her blues ... Catgut, T.R., and Rover Joe later appeared as recurring characters on The Muppet Show. Catgut appeared in "The Rainbow ... Eventually, Catgut is uplifted by the prospects of her new future, and joins the animal musicians playing the trumpet. At night ... Leroy, T.R., Rover Joe, and Catgut appear in the "Muppet King Arthur" issues of The Muppet Show comic series. The Muppet ...
"Catgut" is the same version as found on Third Party, Fear and Theft. Track Listing: The Beekeepers - "Catgut" Gluebellies - " ... " "Catgut": Catgut was a promotional single, limited to about 500 copies and released through Jealous Records, catalogue number ... " "Catgut" "The Mouse Song" (Bonus Track) Beekeepers website. ...
Catgut frets are fixed on the neck by means of minute nails. The main bridge is trapezoidal and mobile, and since the shell ... The oldest description of tanburîs is reported by the French traveller Charles Fonton who describes the use of catgut frets. A ... 100-110 cm long D-section fingerboard made of light wood and carries catgut frets adjusted to give 36 intervals in an octave. ...
Different harps may use strings of catgut, nylon, metal, or some combination. While all harps have a neck, resonator, and ...
Strings were first made of sheep's intestines (called "catgut"), stretched, dried and twisted. Contrary to popular belief, ...
His use of catgut for internal stitching is still practised in modern surgery. The catgut appears to be the only natural ...
... with catgut leaders. From the 1850s, modern industrial machinery was employed to fashion fishing lines in quantity. Most of ...
It has fusees cut for catgut, which are long, and only slightly tapered. The hand is driven directly from the going fusee at ...
About this year Galen died after pioneering the use of catgut for suturing while clinging to Hippocrates Four Temperaments ...
Catgut, kegunaan: Kegunaan catgut untuk jahitan bahagian dalam diperkenalkan oleh Abulcasis.. *Cotton dressing dan bandage: ...
Cooler, Whopper, Katrina, Brattina (who started wearing a jacket) and Catgut remained the same. Holly grew longer hair and wore ... Simon (in "Snowbound Pound"), Whooper's Ancestor (in "The Star Pup") Frank Welker - Catgut (25 episodes), Nabbit and Wolves (in ... her pet cat Catgut (voiced by Frank Welker), and her goddaughter Holly (voiced by Ami Foster), a friend of the Pound Puppies ... Catgut's Gang (in "From Wags to Riches"), Alley Dog #1 (in "Happy Howlidays"), Mayor Fist (in "Bright Light, Bright Eyes"), ...
T]here is no such thing as crude catgut or catgut unmanufactured. Catgut is a manufactured article and a finished product; the ... and are called catgut chromic sutures-whereas untreated catgut sutures are called catgut plain sutures.[11] ... Catgut is a type of cord[1] that is prepared from the natural fibre found in the walls of animal intestines.[2] Catgut makers ... Catgut suture was once a widely used material in surgical settings. There is debate about whether to continue using catgut in a ...
Drape the catgut over the back of the hoop. Insert the end of the catgut through the catgut loop to the left side of your thumb ... Hold the catgut in place. Insert the end of the catgut through the catgut loop to the left side of your thumb. Pull the entire ... Tie the catgut in a double knot at the center of the weave. Squeeze a drop of glue on the knot. Cut off the excess catgut. ... Measure and cut a piece of catgut 12 feet long. Tie the catgut to one of the hoops next to the edge of the Gods eye. Leave a 4 ...
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Surgical Catgut. Br Med J 1946; 1 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.1.4436.66-b (Published 12 January 1946) Cite this as: Br Med ...
London Hospital Catgut. Br Med J 1936; 1 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.1.3918.286-a (Published 08 February 1936) Cite this ...
catgut synonyms, catgut pronunciation, catgut translation, English dictionary definition of catgut. n. A tough thin cord made ... Related to catgut: Cathay, chromic catgut. cat·gut. (kăt′gŭt′). n.. A tough thin cord made from the treated and stretched ... catgut. [ˈkætgʌt] N → cuerda f de tripa (Med) → catgut m. cat. (kӕt) noun. 1. a small, four-legged, fur-covered animal often ... cat·gut n. catgut, tipo de ligadura que se hace con la tripa del intestino de algunos animales. ...
The Oaks was Catguts only race away from Newmarket. Catgut did not run again until the First October meeting, when she ... Catgut was a brown mare bred by her owner George FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton at his stud at Euston Hall in Suffolk. Her dam, ... On 28 May Catgut was sent to Epsom Downs Racecourse to contest the Oaks Stakes over one and a half miles. She started at odds ... Catguts final race came on 3 November at the Houghton meeting when she was entered in a five furlong Subscription Plate. The ...
... a German Multi National company first industrialized catgut suture and Catgut is a brand registered with B Braun. Catgut Chrome ... It is otherwise similar to plain catgut. Fast catgut suture is heat-treated to give even more rapid absorption in the body. The ... Catgut suture is straw-colored, and is available in sizes USP 6-0 (1 metric) to USP 3 (7 metric). Although the name implies the ... The word catgut is deived from the term kitgut or kitstring (the string used on a kit, or fiddle). Misinterpretation of the ...
Catgut Ya Tongue? is an album by FourPlay String Quartet. This is their first studio album; it mainly consists of covers with ...
... catgut suture (4) pronunciation, catgut suture (4) translation, English dictionary definition of catgut suture (4). n. 1. a. ... suture - thread of catgut or silk or wire used by surgeons to stitch tissues together. catgut, gut - a strong cord made from ... Catgut suture (4) - definition of catgut suture (4) by The Free Dictionary https://www.thefreedictionary.com/catgut+suture+(4) ... redirected from catgut suture (4)). Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia. su·ture. (so͞o′chər). n.. 1. a. The ...
Janteng catgut suture thread is originally used animal originated suture twisted filament, absorbable brown color.... ... Description of Janteng Chromic catgut suture. * Janteng catgut suture thread is originally used animal originated suture ...
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Surgical suture (plain and chromic) is absorbable sterile suture composed of purified connective tissue derived from either the serosal layer of beef or submucosal fibrous layer of sheep intestines.
Surgical suture (plain and chromic) is absorbable sterile suture composed of purified connective tissue derived from either the serosal layer of beef or submucosal fibrous layer of sheep intestines.
Moreover, catgut suture threads were decorated with those biogenic silver nanoparticles, and their antibacterial activity ... B) Inhibitory halo of catgut suture with AgNPs versus S. aureus. (a) Catgut with AgNPs. (b) Catgut without AgNPs used as a ... After 6 h, catgut (USP 3-0, Atramat®) was totally immersed in the solution for 1 h and then taken out and dried at room ... Catgut suture threads were cut into pieces of approximately 10 mm of length and put on the Petri dishes. Each plate was ...
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... catgut (also called gut) is made from the intestines of animals, particularly sheep. The origin of the term is obscure because ... catgut (also called gut) is made from the intestines of animals, particularly sheep. The origin of the term is obscure because ...
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  • For a long time, catgut was the most common material for the strings of harps , lutes , violins , violas , cellos , and double basses , acoustic guitars and other stringed musical instruments , as well as older marching snare drums . (wikipedia.org)
  • After World War II, most classical and flamenco guitarists switched from catgut to the new nylon strings for their greater smoothness, durability, and stability of intonation. (wikipedia.org)
  • There is debate about whether to continue using catgut in a medical setting, since cotton is usually cheaper and wounds closed with either cotton or synthetic threads are less prone to infection . (wikipedia.org)
  • Before the invention of spinning yarn or weaving fabric, archaeologists believe Stone Age people across Europe and Asia sewed fur and skin clothing using bone, antler or ivory needles and "thread" made of various animal body parts including sinew, catgut, and veins. (wikipedia.org)
  • Certainly modern synthetic sutures are more predictable and less prone to infection than catgut, silk and linen, which were the main suture materials used up to the 1990s. (wikipedia.org)
  • Acupoint catgut-embedding (ACE) therapy is a type of acupuncture surgery that combines concepts of traditional Chinese medicine with modern medical instruments. (asme.org)
  • To observe the efficacy of acupuncture combined with acupoint catgut embedding sequential therapy and medication for mild and moderate ulcerative colitis. (bvsalud.org)
  • One hundred and twenty patients were randomized into an acupuncture and acupoint catgut embedding sequential therapy group (a combination group) and a mesalazine group, 60 cases in each one. (bvsalud.org)
  • In the combination group, acupuncture was applied at Tianshu (ST 25), Shangjuxu (ST 37), Quchi (LI 11) during the activity period, and acupoint catgut embedding was applied at Pishu (BL 20), Zusanli (ST 36), Guanyuan (CV 4) during the alleviate period. (bvsalud.org)
  • Effects of acupoint catgut embedding combined with auricular point pressure on menopausal syndrome of liver-kidney deficiency type and estradiol]. (icamar.org)
  • Catgut embedding therapy has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of many conditions, such as perimenopausal syndrome, chronic urticaria, depressive neurosis, refractory insomnia, obesity, sciatica, etc. (bmj.com)
  • It was previously reported that acupuncture catgut embedding therapy (ACET) with moxibustion reduces body weight and reverts insulin resistance in obese women. (ocom.edu)
  • Research also indicates that using hydrogen peroxide to wash the wound could lead to very rapid disintegration of the suture material, regardless of the type of catgut used. (medical-supplies-equipment-company.com)
  • He also invented a new type of catgut, which came into mass production in 1901. (wikipedia.org)
  • Measure and cut a piece of catgut 12 feet long. (ehow.com)
  • The male and female figures ride on a balance bar, which is suspended by a piece of catgut or hair. (wikipedia.org)
  • As written in 1667 by Samuel Pepys, the fishing lines in his time were made from catgut. (wikipedia.org)
  • Catgut (foaled 1816) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare who won the classic 1000 Guineas at Newmarket in 1819. (wikipedia.org)
  • Seventeen days later, at the First Spring meeting Catgut was one of seven fillies to contest the sixth running of the 1000 Guineas Stakes, which despite its name carried a first prize of 1,900 guinea. (wikipedia.org)
  • She was sired by Wilson's horse Juniper, a "useful" stallion, best known as the damsire of Velocipede although he may have been the sire of the 1000 Guineas winner Catgut. (wikipedia.org)