Octylcyanoacrylate Tissue Adhesive in the Repair of Pediatric Extremity Lacerations

Saxena, Amulya K.; Willital, Gunter H.
May 1999
American Surgeon;May1999, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p470
Academic Journal
Studies the effectiveness of octylcyanoacrylate, a medical-grade tissue adhesive, as an alternative to replace skin sutures for laceration. Information on the adhesive; Therapeutic use of the adhesive.


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