cyanoacrylate

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cy·a·no·ac·ry·late

 (sī′ə-nō-ăk′rə-lāt′, sī-ăn′ō-)
n.
An adhesive substance with an acrylate base that is used in industry and medicine.

cyanoacrylate

(ˌsaɪənəʊˈækrɪleɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a substance with an acrylate base, usually sold in the form of a quick-setting highly adhesive glue

cy•a•no•ac•ry•late

(ˌsaɪ ə noʊˈæk rəˌleɪt, -lɪt, saɪˌæn oʊ-)
n.
any of several colorless liquid acrylate monomers used as a powerful, fast-acting adhesive.
[1960–65]
Translations
cianoacrilato
cianoacrilato
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According to recommendations, adhesives such as DermaBond (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) [5] are contraindicated for skin that may be regularly exposed to body fluids, as the foreskin is, and should also not be used in high skin tension areas (knuckles, elbows and knees) unless they are immobilised; erections cannot be immobilised, so the use of this type of glue on the penis poses risks.
MD Now Urgent Care doctors not only use the tried and true methods to close deep cuts, like sutures and staples, but also are using some more innovative and less painful closure methods for minor wounds with Dermabond glue and Steri-Strips.
adhesive p / skin dermabond type (c od hospital 925-0030)
This study sought to assess the compatibility of IVC with skin glues and removal agents, and to compare the pull-out force of IVC fixation by Dermabond (Ethicon Inc.
Villacis found that this complication can be quickly remedied by sealing the leak with Dermabond.
a global medical device company, today announced the results of an international clinical study demonstrating that the Company's DERMABOND Topical Skin Adhesive (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) is equivalent to sutures and other traditional epidermal wound closure devices in closing long surgical incisions.
Dermabond (2-octyl cyanoacrylate) liquid topical adhesive is designed to repair low-tension lacerations and close wounds and surgical incisions.
Medical adhesives, such as Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive, are now being used in operating rooms and emergency rooms to close wounds in a faster and less painful way.
Brown set: With his right pinkie glued to his ring finger with Dermabond to offer more stability for the fracture, Kevin Brown threw his second bullpen session in as many days before Sunday's game and will start Tuesday in Atlanta.
Called Dermabond, it makes wound closure practically painless.
CLOSURE Medical Corporation (Raleigh, NC; 919-876-7800), a medical tissue cohesive products company announced that it has been awarded its first United States Patent relevant to its lead product, DERMABOND Topical Skin Adhesive.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for market release of its DERMABOND Topical Skin Adhesive.