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.
Materials used in closing a surgical or traumatic wound. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
Skin tests in which the sensitizer is injected.
Designated locations along nerves or organ meridians for inserting acupuncture needles.
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.
Shortened forms of written words or phrases used for brevity.
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)
Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.

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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Catgut is a type of surgical suture that is made from the natural fibrous collagen tissue found in the walls of sheep or goat intestines. Despite its name, catgut sutures do not contain any material from cats. The term "catgut" is believed to have originated due to the similarity in texture and handling between these surgical sutures and actual cat gut.

The process of creating catgut sutures involves cleaning, disinfecting, and treating the intestinal tissue with various chemicals to make it stronger, more flexible, and less likely to cause an immune response when implanted in the body. Catgut sutures are absorbable, which means that they gradually break down and are absorbed by the body over time. This makes them ideal for use in soft tissues where a permanent suture is not necessary.

Catgut sutures have been used in surgical procedures for many years, but their popularity has declined in recent decades due to the development of synthetic absorbable sutures that are more consistent in strength and duration of absorption. However, catgut sutures are still used in some medical applications today, particularly in ophthalmic surgery and certain types of orthopedic procedures.

In medical terms, sutures are specialized surgical threads made from various materials such as absorbable synthetic or natural fibers, or non-absorbable materials like nylon or silk. They are used to approximate and hold together the edges of a wound or incision in the skin or other tissues during the healing process. Sutures come in different sizes, types, and shapes, each designed for specific uses and techniques depending on the location and type of tissue being sutured. Properly placed sutures help to promote optimal healing, minimize scarring, and reduce the risk of infection or other complications.

Intradermal tests are a type of allergy test that involves the injection of a small amount of allergen extract directly into the skin, usually the forearm or back. This is different from other types of allergy tests such as scratch tests or blood tests, which measure immune system responses to allergens in other ways.

During an intradermal test, a healthcare professional uses a fine needle to inject a small amount of allergen extract just beneath the surface of the skin. This creates a small wheal or bubble, and the area is then observed for signs of a reaction such as redness, swelling, or itching. These reactions indicate that the person has antibodies to the allergen and may be allergic to it.

Intradermal tests are often used when other types of allergy tests have been inconclusive or when a healthcare professional wants to confirm the results of a previous test. They can be used to diagnose a variety of allergies, including those to insect venom, medications, and environmental allergens such as pollen or mold.

It's important to note that intradermal tests carry a higher risk of causing a severe allergic reaction than other types of allergy tests, so they should only be performed by trained healthcare professionals in a medical setting where appropriate treatments are available.

Acupuncture points, also known as "acupoints," are specific locations on the body that are used in acupuncture therapy. These points are believed to correspond to underlying pathways, or meridians, through which vital energy, or "qi" (pronounced "chee"), flows.

Acupuncture points are typically found along these meridians and are thought to have specific therapeutic properties. According to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) theory, stimulating these points with needles, heat, pressure, or electrical impulses can help restore the balance of qi and promote healing in the body.

There are over 360 acupuncture points identified in TCM, each with its own name, location, and set of indications for use. Modern research has attempted to identify the anatomical structures underlying these points, with some studies suggesting that they may correspond to nerve bundles, blood vessels, or other physiological features. However, the exact mechanisms by which acupuncture works remain a topic of ongoing scientific investigation and debate.

"Viola" is a term that has different meanings in various scientific and medical contexts. Here are some possible definitions related to medicine and biology:

1. Viola tricolor L. (Heartsease or Johnny-jump-up) - A species of flowering plant in the family Violaceae, which is used in herbal medicine for treating skin conditions, coughs, and respiratory issues.
2. Viola odorata L. (Sweet violet) - Another species of flowering plant in the family Violaceae, whose leaves and flowers are used to make teas, syrups, and other medicinal preparations for treating various ailments such as coughs, colds, and skin conditions.
3. In anatomy, "viola" is an archaic term that refers to the human uvula or the conical piece of soft tissue hanging down at the back of the throat.
4. Viola (musical instrument) - While not directly related to medicine, it's worth noting that "viola" is also a stringed musical instrument similar to a violin but slightly larger and with a deeper sound. In some contexts, such as music therapy, musical instruments can have therapeutic applications in healthcare settings.

It's essential to clarify the specific meaning of "Viola" in the given medical or scientific context since it can refer to different things depending on the field.

'Abbreviations as Topic' in medical terms refers to the use and interpretation of abbreviated words or phrases that are commonly used in the field of medicine. These abbreviations can represent various concepts, such as medical conditions, treatments, procedures, diagnostic tests, and more.

Medical abbreviations are often used in clinical documentation, including patient records, progress notes, orders, and medication administration records. They help healthcare professionals communicate efficiently and effectively, reducing the need for lengthy descriptions and improving clarity in written communication.

However, medical abbreviations can also be a source of confusion and error if they are misinterpreted or used incorrectly. Therefore, it is essential to use standardized abbreviations that are widely recognized and accepted within the medical community. Additionally, healthcare professionals should always ensure that their use of abbreviations does not compromise patient safety or lead to misunderstandings in patient care.

Examples of commonly used medical abbreviations include:

* PT: Physical Therapy
* BP: Blood Pressure
* HR: Heart Rate
* Rx: Prescription
* NPO: Nothing by Mouth
* IV: Intravenous
* IM: Intramuscular
* COPD: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
* MI: Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)
* Dx: Diagnosis

It is important to note that some medical abbreviations can have multiple meanings, and their interpretation may depend on the context in which they are used. Therefore, it is essential to use caution when interpreting medical abbreviations and seek clarification if necessary to ensure accurate communication and patient care.

An encyclopedia is a comprehensive reference work containing articles on various topics, usually arranged in alphabetical order. In the context of medicine, a medical encyclopedia is a collection of articles that provide information about a wide range of medical topics, including diseases and conditions, treatments, tests, procedures, and anatomy and physiology. Medical encyclopedias may be published in print or electronic formats and are often used as a starting point for researching medical topics. They can provide reliable and accurate information on medical subjects, making them useful resources for healthcare professionals, students, and patients alike. Some well-known examples of medical encyclopedias include the Merck Manual and the Stedman's Medical Dictionary.

I'm sorry for any confusion, but "music" is not a term that has a medical definition. Music is a form of art that uses sound organized in time. It may include elements such as melody, harmony, rhythm, and dynamics. While music can have various psychological and physiological effects on individuals, it is not considered a medical term with a specific diagnosis or treatment application. If you have any questions related to medicine or health, I'd be happy to try to help answer those for you!

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THE PREPARATION OF CATGUT FOR SURGICAL PURPOSES Br Med J 1916; 2 :61 (Published 08 July 1916) ...
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2022 CATGUT. The CATGUT (Catamount Grand Ultimate Tour) is a skate or classic ski touring experience for all ages and abilities ... The CATGUT (Catamount Grand Ultimate Tour) is a skate or classic ski touring experience for all ages and abilities, and its an ...
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Surgical gut or catgut was the first absorbable suture material available. Despite its name, catgut has never been made from ... The name refers to a 16th century word for a stringed instrument kit or cat. Gut was another 16th century word for a string. ... The only natural absorbable suture available is surgical gut or catgut. Synthetic braided materials include polyglycolic acid ( ... 5] histologically evaluated tissue reactivity to different suture materials (ie, silk, plain and chromic catgut, polyester, ...
They used catgut for strings as we do. Pythagoras learned music in Egypt and made a regular science of it in Italy. But the ...
  • Catgut suture was once a widely used material in surgical settings. (wikipedia.org)
  • DemeTech's Plain Catgut suture is an absorbable, sterile, surgical suture composed of highly purified connective tissue (mostly collagen) derived from either beef or sheep intestines. (helloarthur.co)
  • Catgut Tape is an absorbable, surgical suture with biological characteristics. (tagumedica.com)
  • Catgut Tape suture is indicated for use in liver tissue approximation. (tagumedica.com)
  • The catgut suture is then threaded into the pink-hubbed needle (1.2 mm diameter, Figure 1 B) positioned in the intercostal space, externalized, and pulled, fully exposing the gallbladder and Calot's triangle. (scielo.br)
  • Catgut sutures remain in use in developing countries where they are locally less expensive and easier to obtain. (wikipedia.org)
  • Catgut sutures are normally treated with a chromium salt solution to resist body enzymes to slow the absorption process. (wikipedia.org)
  • untreated catgut sutures are called catgut plain sutures. (wikipedia.org)
  • Catgut sutures are made from the submucosal layer of the small intestine of sheep and the serosal layer of the small intestine of cattle. (wikipedia.org)
  • I predict one of two possible outcomes: (1) the results will be inconclusive (but perhaps "promising"), thus more research is needed, or (2) the authors will conclude that acupoint catgut embedding is safe and effective treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), because GIGO . (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • What I can guarantee is they will not decide that the whole affair is tooth fairy science , that acupoint catgut embedding is fantasy-based, and that there is no reason whatsoever to consider it for CFS, or for anything else for that matter. (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • As it turns out, this is not the first appearance of acupoint catgut embedding on SBM . (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • Acupoint catgut embedding (ACE) is a novel acupuncture technique that provides continuous effects and convenience. (ac.ir)
  • OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of acupoint catgut embedding for 3 weeks on lung tissue, blood immunoglobulin E (IgE) and interleutin-4 (IL-4), brain tissue microglia x-42 (OX-42) and toll-like receptor-2 (TLR-2) in rats with allergic rhinitis of lung deficiency type. (bvsalud.org)
  • CONCLUSION: Although 3 weeks of acupoint catgut embedding already showed obvious efficacy on rats with allergic rhinitis, the allergic reaction in the body still continued. (bvsalud.org)
  • La sutura es conservada en una solución preservante. (tagumedica.com)
  • Catgut (also known as gut) is a type of cord that is prepared from the natural fiber found in the walls of animal intestines. (wikipedia.org)
  • Despite the name, catgut is not made from cat intestines. (wikipedia.org)
  • To prepare catgut, workers clean the small intestines, free them from any fat, and steep them in water. (wikipedia.org)
  • Despite the name, catgut manufacturers do not use cat intestines. (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • Similar to the material found in the best (and most expensive) tennis strings that have been used since the early 1800s, catgut used in fly fishing is a natural fiber extracted from the wall of intestines from cattle. (successfulangler.com)
  • In reading up for this post, I discovered that "catgut" is not actually made from cats, but from the intestines of cattle (hence, perhaps, the name) and other livestock. (vianegativa.us)
  • Catgut acupuncture is but one example of how acupuncture's basis in pseudoscience provides an infinitely malleable template for fabricated mechanisms of action and feigned health benefits. (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • And there we find, listed just after ( deadly ) bee venom acupuncture, catgut acupuncture, as it is also known. (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • But what, exactly, is catgut acupuncture? (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • So, catgut acupuncture does not involve actual cats, although there is such a thing as cat acupuncture . (sciencebasedmedicine.org)
  • Catgut implantation is one kind of acupuncture, where specific acupuncture points are gently and continuously stimulated till the ailment is improved and designed results are achieved. (sciencebasedmedicine.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)
  • Catgut als Träger der Infection. (nih.gov)
  • A careful examination of the remains is now thought to indicate that the miserable creature was murdered by means of a catgut noose deftly thrown round her throat and manipulated so as to induce quick strangulation. (jack-the-ripper-tour.com)
  • Then catgut embedding was performed at acupoints in Group A and not in Group B. After 3 weeks, collect lung tissue samples for hematoxylin-eosin staining, then take blood to observe the concentration of IgE and IL-4, and finally take brain tissue to observe the results of OX-42 and TLR-2. (bvsalud.org)
  • Catgut is a great fly tying material and flies tied with catgut look very realistic. (successfulangler.com)
  • Catgut was also used in early pocket timepieces from their invention up until the use of the Fusee chain. (wikipedia.org)
  • To achieve further treatment, prolonging the catgut embedding time is necessary. (bvsalud.org)
  • The CATGUT ( Catamount Grand Ultimate Tour ) is a skate or classic ski touring experience for all ages and abilities, and it's an opportunity to give back to the backcountry community and support the CTA and our chapters. (pledgereg.com)
  • because it ties the present to the past so economically, like the catgut itself. (vianegativa.us)
  • To compare polyglactin 910 sutures with chromic catgut sutures for postpartum perineal repair. (afar.info)
  • Sutures India Trugut Chromic Catgut Sutures are natural monofilament absorbable sutures. (smartmedicalbuyer.com)
  • Colour: Yellow - Suture Type: Natural Monofilament - Absorption Profile: Absorbable: 60 - 90 Days - Suture Diameter: USP 3-0 - Suture Material: Catgut (Submuco. (smartmedicalbuyer.com)
  • Catgut sutures are normally treated with a chromium salt solution to resist body enzymes to slow the absorption process. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plain catgut is fast-absorbing surgical gut sutures are sterile and elicit only a slight to minimal tissue reaction during absorption. (omnia-health.com)
  • Absorption:Plain Catgut Suture Absorption takes place due to enzymatic reaction in 60 to 70 days. (omnia-health.com)
  • A great video tutorial coming from Jim Misiura, this time he is tying his Catgut Pupae nymph pattern. (frostyfly.com)
  • Policies of repair with polyglactin 910 or chromic catgut were compared. (afar.info)
  • Using polyglactin 910 rather than chromic catgut for perineal repair leads to about one fewer women among every 20 having perineal pain and using analgesia ten days postpartum. (afar.info)
  • 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)
  • A racket or racquet is a game actualize comprising of a took care of edge with an open loop crosswise over which a system of strings or catgut is extended firmly. (selfgrowth.com)
  • Historically, a guitar was constructed from wood with its strings made of catgut . (bingj.com)
  • untreated catgut sutures are called catgut plain sutures. (wikipedia.org)
  • Plain catgut Suture is a fast-absorbing surgical gut suture made from a strand of collagenous material prepared from the submucosal layers of the small intestine of healthy sheep. (omnia-health.com)
  • Plain Catgut Suture is fast absorbing and intended for dermal (skin) suturing only. (omnia-health.com)
  • Davie ties the Catgut Caddis Pupa, an extremely effective weighted nymph, with a rather unique body material. (fishingmegastore.com)
  • Objective: To compare post-odontectomy wound healing time using silk and catgut sutures at Pirngadi Hospital from May to June 2018.Material and Methods: This is anon-laboratory experimental study with a “post-test onlyâ€design. (jdmfs.org)
  • The number of patients studied was 30 people which 15 people used silk and 15 people used catgut.Results: The results were statistically analyzed using Mann-Whitney Test. (jdmfs.org)
  • 0.05) which silk had a score of 1.40 ± 0.507 while catgut had a score of 1.07 ± 0.258.Conclusion: Catgut has a better wound healing time than silk. (jdmfs.org)
  • Monsey lashed a tough length of catgut around his own tooth to be extracted. (improbable.com)
  • Catgut sutures are made from the submucosal layer of the small intestine of sheep and the serosal layer of the small intestine of cattle. (wikipedia.org)
  • Catgut suture was once a widely used material in surgical settings. (wikipedia.org)
  • Other than sinew, catgut, and rawhide, early man made his rope and string from more readily available plant material. (survivalblog.com)
  • From which animal do we get catgut? (nih.gov)
  • Animal fibers, such as sinew and catgut, would stretch or unravel when wet and were more difficult to procure. (survivalblog.com)
  • Catgut treated with chromium salts, known as chromic catgut, is also used in surgery. (wikipedia.org)
  • The CATGUT ( Catamount Grand Ultimate Tour ) is a skate or classic ski touring experience for all ages and abilities, and it's an opportunity to give back to the backcountry community and support the CTA and our chapters. (pledgereg.com)