nonabsorbable

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nonabsorbable

adj no absorbible, no reabsorbible (esp. Esp)
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A study investigating perioperative management strategies [1] indicated that nonabsorbable sutures are recommended.
Delayed--absorbable monofilament polydioxanone suture (PDS) also decreased the risk, compared with nonabsorbable braided suture (Ethibond Excel) for vaginal mesh attachment.
The technique of soft tissues reattachment by nonabsorbable suture through bone tunnels is often used in THA with the direct lateral approach and posterior approach [2-4].
The resin is a nonabsorbable polyetheretherketone filled with absorbable fillers such as calcium compounds.
According to a study published in a recent issue of the American Journal of Infection Control,2 orally administered, nonabsorbable antibiotics were effective in eradicating CRE colonization.
Olestra (brand name Olean) is a nonabsorbable fat product that Procter and Gamble developed in collaboration with UC and was introduced in snack foods (most notably Pringles) in 1996.
The patch, which is placed on the top of the tongue, uses prolene, a nonabsorbable material used for skin closure to prevent patients from being able to consume solids, resulting in a strictly liquid diet for its two-month shelf life.
Up to now, nonabsorbable disaccharides such as lactulose ([beta]-galactoside fructose) and lactitol ([beta]-galactoside sorbitol) have been the first-line drug for the treatment of HE.
The addition of a nonabsorbable oil to the diet also hinders the absorption of dietary cholesterol.
Many surgeons believe that nonabsorbable suture material is preferable, as it is easier to tie, is unlikely to break prematurely, and elicits a minimal inflammatory response.
General characteristics of OXPEKK biopolymers listed by OPM include: radiolucence; density and stiffness similar to bone; high level of abrasion resistance; compatible with all sterilisation methods; twice the compressive strength of PEEK; and chemically inert and nonabsorbable.