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*  William D. Spotnitz
He also previously served as the director of the hospital's Tissue Adhesive Center, which promoted and advanced the use of ... For his contributions in the "development of tissue adhesives for surgical use", Spotnitz was inducted into the 2004 class of ... doi:10.1016/S0002-9610(01)00771-1. Spotnitz, William D.; Prabhu, Roshan (2005). "Fibrin Sealant Tissue Adhesive−Review and ... doi:10.1016/S0002-9610(01)00770-X. "Tissue Sealants Usage Booming". Adhesives Age. October 1999. Retrieved October 9, 2017 - ...
*  Surgical suture
The tissue adhesive has been shown to act as a barrier to microbial penetration as long as the adhesive film remains intact. ... Limitations of tissue adhesives include contraindications to use near the eyes and a mild learning curve on correct usage. They ... The adhesive remains liquid until exposed to water or water-containing substances/tissue, after which it cures (polymerizes) ... Skin glues like Indermil and Histoacryl were the first medical grade tissue adhesives to be used, and these are composed of n- ...
*  Butyl cyanoacrylate
"Tissue adhesives for traumatic lacerations in children and adults". Cochrane Database Syst Rev (3): CD003326. doi:10.1002/ ... NBCA in monomer form polymerizes rapidly in presence of ionic substances such as moisture, blood, or tissue fluids. NBCA has ... The medical applications of butyl cyanoacrylate include its use as an adhesive for lacerations of the skin, and in the ...
*  Chemence
... flex QS gel tissue adhesive, Gluture veterinary glue, Exofin tissue adhesive, Exofin micro and Exofin Fusion skin closure ... and adhesive/sealants products". Adhesive Magazine. Dunn, David (2003). Adhesives and Sealants: Technology, Applications and ... anaerobic adhesives, impregnation sealants, adhesive activators, epoxy resins, UV adhesives, photopolymer resins, custom ... Subsequently, Chemence Medical became a retailer of dental, topical tissue, and veterinary adhesives to medical device ...
*  Jeffrey Karp
His most noticeable work includes bioinspired tissue adhesives to augment or replace sutures and staples, engineered stem cell ... February 19, 2008). "A biodegradable and biocompatible gecko-inspired tissue adhesive". Proceedings of the National Academy of ... for their research on worm-inspired microneedle tissue adhesives In 2014, Karp successfully pitched a 50K microbiome project at ... In 2017, Gecko Biomedical received European regulatory approval (CE mark) for its first tissue sealant product and was ...
*  Dermal fibroblast
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama examined the adhesive properties of fibrin tissue adhesives. The ... FGF-1 has been experimentally shown to encourage the body's own adhesive tissue to develop and effectively seal the wound ( ... of fibrin adhesives was on average 53.56 kPA. To seal together tissues the human body uses collagen and elastin to obtain ... means of sealing tissue than current tissue sealants due to the robust nature of collagen which makes up connective tissue. ...
*  Pterygium
An alternative is the use of tissue adhesive fibrin glue, called Tisseel, which allows faster surgery and less pain post- ...
*  Tissuemed
3.0.co;2-r. US patent 6,239,190, "Enhancement of activation for biological tissue adhesives, bonding agents and sealants using ... Thereafter Tissuemed focused on the development of innovative tissue adhesives for internal surgical use, including a light ... The company was founded in 1985 and developed the first tissue heart valve (derived from pigs) to receive regulatory approval ( ... These products incorporate a unique synthetic bioadhesive that forms a covalent bond with tissue proteins enabling adhesion to ...
*  Circumcision surgical procedure
Infant Circumcision: Gomco Technique (Video) Adult circumcision with Gomco and tissue adhesive to prevent HIV (Video) Infant ... in conjunction with either sutures or cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive to prevent post-operative bleeding. Circumcision surgical ... Complications may include bleeding, infection, and too little or too much tissue removal. Deaths are rare. After the newborn ...
*  Pterygium (conjunctiva)
That "self-tissue" is then transplanted to the bare sclera and is fixated using sutures or tissue adhesive. Amniotic membrane ... It has been used as a surgical material since the 1940s, and has been shown to have a strong anti-adhesive effect. Using an ... A pterygium is a pinkish, triangular tissue growth on the cornea of the eye. It typically starts on the cornea near the nose. ... Amniotic membrane transplantation is tissue that is acquired from the innermost layer of the human placenta and has been used ...
*  Harry Coover
... tissue adhesives are now used worldwide for a variety of sutureless surgical applications. Coover held 460 patents and Super ... That time around, however, Coover recognized that he had discovered a unique adhesive. In 1958, the adhesive, marketed by Kodak ... Coover was also the first to recognize and patent cyanoacrylates as a tissue adhesive. First used in the Vietnam War to ...
*  Conservation and restoration of paintings
Securing the paint layer with tissue and adhesive before corrective structural procedures. Involves removing the original ... Tears in the canvas are repaired with adhesive or sewing. Ceramics vary widely in their construction, style, and use. There are ... Damage can be mitigated with proper relative humidity levels and storing of textiles in acid-free tissue or clean cotton sheets ... Removing the old lining of a canvas because the adhesive has failed and resulted in delamination between the original canvas ...
*  Emergency Care Practitioner
... adhesive skin closure strips), and tissue adhesive wound closure (gluing of wounds) Minor surgical procedures in the field ( ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D16)
... tissue adhesives MeSH D27.720.222.410 --- iron chelating agents MeSH D27.720.233.173 --- chromogenic compounds MeSH D27.720. ...
*  Diglycolic acid
... which are biocompatible and biodegradable and can be used alone or in blends with aliphatic polyesters as tissue adhesives, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E07)
... tissue adhesives MeSH E07.858.886 --- tissue expanders MeSH E07.858.925 --- trusses MeSH E07.862.200 --- colonic pouches MeSH ... tissue expanders MeSH E07.695.850 --- urinary sphincter, artificial MeSH E07.695.900 --- vena cava filters MeSH E07.700.100 ...
*  Corneal perforation
The treatment of corneal perforation depends on the location, severity and the cause of damage Tissue adhesive can be used to ...
*  Paramedics in Canada
... tissue adhesive, sutures, dressings), oxygen and nebulizer therapy, IV/SQ/IM/PO/PORT/PICC medication administration (including ...
*  Circumcision scar
Circumcisions after the newborn period that are performed without sutures (techniques that use cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive ... This foreskin remnant is mucosa that lies between the glans and the circumcision scar, which results in dissimilar tissue ...
*  FS
... a type of surgical tissue adhesive used during surgery to control bleeding Flight Surgeon, a physician who is responsible for ...
*  Felidae (film)
... a previous resident of Francis's current home who attempted to create an infallible tissue adhesive by experimenting on local ... top floor's previous use as an experimental laboratory that was devoted to the research and development of a tissue adhesive ...
*  Pomphorhynchus laevis
This has inspired a structural skin graft adhesive that sticks strongly but has minimal tissue damage while in place and upon ... April 2013). "A bio-inspired swellable microneedle adhesive for mechanical interlocking with tissue". Nature Communications. ... This worm swells its proboscis to press microneedles into the intestinal wall, with a very strong adhesive force. ...
*  Pulp capping
CaOH cement is not adhesive to tooth tissues and thus does not provide a coronal seal. In pulp perfusion studies, CaOH has ... Although MTA shows great promise which is possibly attributed to its adhesive properties and ability to act as a source of CaOH ... It is suggested that an adhesive coronal restoration be used above the CaOH lining to provide adequate coronal seal. Because of ... CaOH also has a high pH and high solubility, thus it readily leaches into the surrounding tissues. This alkaline environment ...
*  Jan Maree Tennent
... gene transfer of the Escherichia coli pap and prs pili operons as a mechanism for the development of tissue-specific adhesive ...
*  PTPRM
A neurite outgrowth assay is a type of experiment where neurons are placed on different adhesive substrates on tissue culture ... PTPmu is downregulated in glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) cells and tissue compared to normal control tissue or cells. The ... These processes are called neurites when grown ''in vitro'' on tissue culture plates, because it is not clear whether they are ... Becka S, Zhang P, Craig SE, Lodowski DT, Wang Z, Brady-Kalnay SM (2010). "Characterization of the adhesive properties of the ...
*  TENM3
They are also expressed in some non-neuronal tissues that regulate pattern formation and sites of cell migration. Some Ten-m3 ... TCAPs from the extracellular domain of a teneurin molecule can form an intercellular adhesive complex when bound to the ... areas of the developing nervous system and in some non-neural tissues. Like the Ten-m family, Ten-m3 plays a critical role in ... "Mouse Ten-m/Odz Is a New Family of Dimeric Type II Transmembrane Proteins Expressed in Many Tissues". The Journal of Cell ...