[ UK /ɐbsˈɔːbəbə‍l/ ]
  1. capable of being absorbed or taken in through the pores of a surface
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How To Use absorbable In A Sentence

  • Poly-L-lactic acid is the same material used in absorbable sutures and offers an excellent safety profile. Archive 2004-11-01
  • In contrast, although not originally intended as permanent implants, in practice bioabsorbable hemostats are often left in the surgical bed to prevent rebleeding after surgical closure.
  • The two types of sutures are: absorbable and nonabsorbable.
  • This special collagen supplement is a 100 % natural source of absorbable collagen protein.
  • The cyst wall is then everted and approximated to the edge of the vestibular mucosa with interrupted 2-0 absorbable suture.
  • The neurosurgeon reduces the occipital protuberance by securing the central sagittal strip to the occipital bones using nonabsorbable sutures or 28-g surgical steel wire.
  • In fact, the most readily absorbable form of calcium delivering the largest supply of calcium to your bones is calcium citromalate, 17 so look out for this on your supplement label.
  • Even if you were to bite off the smallest bit of it, the poison within is so mighty that you can't absorb it because it's simply not absorbable. James McBride discusses Song Yet Sung
  • The product is composed of bioabsorbable polymers used in sutures, surgical meshes, and implantable devices.
  • The surgeon closes the oral mucosa and muscle layers using braided absorbable suture in a horizontal mattress fashion.
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