LiVecchi, John T.
October 2014
Ophthalmology Times;10/15/2014, Vol. 39 Issue 19, p27
Trade Publication
The article explains the way of using topical skin adhesive for a no-stitch blepharoplasty procedure. Topics covered include newly-developed skin adhesives with 2-octyl cyanoacrylate for strength and flexibilty of skin adhesives such as Adhezion, Biomedical and SurgiSeal, use of glue for pediatric trasorrhaphy and dacryocystorhinostomy with silicone intubation. Also metioned are the applicaition of skin adhesive in two layers, no deshiscence and reduced infection in sutureless blepharoplasty.


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