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    tabulates data regarding trimellitate and polymeric plasticizer to demonstrate a wider range of extractabilities. Four plasticizers were chosen for comparison from the literature for Study 1: DOP, TOTM, DOA, and H-640, a polymeric plasticizer (Hatco Corp.; Fords, NJ) with a theoretical molecular weight
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    the 1960s, when plasticized polyvinyl chloride (PVC) blood storage bags replaced glass bottles. In the 1970s, PVC became the material of choice for Band-Aids, and a decade later the use of polymeric film patches in surgical draping became popular, replacing latex films. In the 1990s, the use
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    temperature. This article discusses how and why irradiated polymeric materials change, presents data on the radiation stability of various polymers, and offers some general guidelines for material selection. Ionizing radiation is a unique and powerful means of modifying polymers, particularly since
  • Medical Device Link . The Fundamentals of Selecting Pressure-Sensitive Adhesives
    types such as hot melts or spray, liquid, or light-cure adhesives. For example, hot melts are polymeric thermoplastic compounds that are applied molten and form a bond upon cooling. Hot melts require specialized equipment capable of melting and delivering the adhesive. Spray adhesives are generally
  • Medical Device Link . General Aging Theory and Simplified Protocol for Accelerated Aging of Medical Devices
    on the properties of their constituent materials. Since these materials for the most part are polymeric in nature, their performance is related to the rate of degradation of their inherent structure and configuration over time. This degradation is primarily chemical a combination of effects arising from
  • Medical Device Link . Selecting Materials for Medical Products: From PVC to Metallocene Polyolefins Sherwin Shang and Lecon Woo
    capabilities. Material Performance Versus Product Performance. A polymeric material can be processed in many ways to achieve a desired set of functional characteristics. For this reason, the characteristics of the base material may not be reflected in the performance of the finished product. In reality
  • Medical Device Link . Synthetic Biodegradable Polymers as Medical Devices
    water contents, since any residual water in the monomer is used up in the polymerization reaction. The polymers are quickly packaged after manufacture generally double-bagged under an inert atmosphere or vacuum. The bag material may be polymeric or foil, but it must be highly resistant to water
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    . Figures 5 and 6 show typical shear strengths achieved with a variety of metallic and polymeric substrates. The rubber-toughened cyanoacrylates generally show the best bond strength to metallic substrates, whereas the ethyl and surface-insensitive cyanoacrylates demonstrate better performance

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