lubricious


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Related to lubricious: lugubrious, lascivious, nostrums
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These technologies include Hydromer lubricious / anti-microbial / anti-thrombogenic / cell anti- mitosis / cell growth enhancing coatings for the medical marketplace.
Hydrophilic lubricious coatings, used on devices like cardiovascular catheters, are particularly susceptible to particulation: the water they absorb makes them slippery when wet and easier for physicians to use, but it also makes them weaker.
The RADIALSOURCE(TM) transradial sheath incorporates a new tapering design in conjunction with a lubricious coating, offering the benefits of low insertion force with a smooth atraumatic entry, while enabling stability during procedure and ease of removal.
The coatings are also naturally hydrophilic and become exceptionally lubricious when wet, reducing risk of trauma and tissue abrasion.
The AL400-D Gas Plasma System is designed for deposition of a lubricious, low-coefficient-of-friction coating on bulk medical components.
Rather, it spoke to the group's propagation of a nutty, lubricious atmosphere that, to a certain extent, did the work for them: This piece wasn't made in a vacuum; it was made in Gelitin-space.
with the super hard and lubricious coating they developed.
MEDCOAT 2000[TM] is a proprietary coating that resists wear, is ultra lubricious and makes medical devices virtually indestructible (visit www.
Apparently, if Sid said "phwoar" to a young lady, he was "expressing enthusiastic or especially lubricious approval".
the truth extruded from the lips and lubricious pink tissue engorged
However, his suggestion that acquisitiveness itself is depicted as "a commendable and very natural desire" (150) seems undercut by Volpone's and Mosca's lubricious personalities.