The triclosan is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent, Which is used in catheters that may remain in-situ up to 4 weeks and is designed to protect the outer surface of the catheter from bacterial colonisation and subsequent encrustation
when in place over a long time.
(10%), stent migration (10%) and stent irritation (17%) were reported as complications9.
The trilobites of both collections were searched for the encrustation
However, various complications may occur with short- or long-term use of indwelling stents, which vary from minor side effects such as flank and suprapubic pain, haematuria, dysuria, and frequency, to major complications such as vesicoureteric reflux, stent migration, encrustation
, stent fracture, and urinary infection.
and associated stone burden of the stents were evaluated with non-contrast stone protocol computerised tomography.
It's worth going there, even if only to behold the permanent outdoor sculpture by the late National Artist Vicente Manansala, his human figures beautifully aged by verdigris encrustation
Corrosion and encrustation
of subsea structures is daily controlled by impressed current cathodic protection, metallic coatings and chemical films on shipping.
From the oxidized artillery shell fragment, a pocketknife, percussion caps, friction primers, and the 1920 coins were also recovered from the encrustation
that had formed, binding all metal items together.
Among these treatments is the encrustation
, widely used in vegetables and recently used in forage species.
In warm water areas, encrustation
with barnacles, tube worms and zebra mussels is a common problem.
The tubing is engineered with a smooth surface and inner bore that resists sticking, encrustation
and bacteria growth, while reducing the potential for particle entrapment.
, bioerosion, fragmentation and abrasion are the recorded taphonomic processes in the intertidal gastropod and bivalve shells from the northern Red Sea coast, Egypt.