absorbent cotton

NOUN
  1. cotton made absorbent by removal of the natural wax
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  • The scorched surface should be covered with this liniment and then with a layer of borated gauze or absorbent cotton, to protect from the air. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • The folds or parts are to be kept from contact by means of lint or absorbent cotton; thin, flat bags of cheese cloth or similar material partly filled with dusting-powder, and kept clean by frequent changes, are excellent for this purpose, and usually curative. Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine
  • Put the right forefinger of the other hand up through the front part to represent the odontoid process of the axis, and place some absorbent cotton through the other part to represent the spinal cord. A Practical Physiology
  • When shooting in Taser mode, 2 extra absorbent cotton tampons with barbed probes and 14 ft. of wire are expelled and propelled by compressed nitrogen. The Tampon Taser Gun | Impact Lab
  • If, however, only a portion of the print needs reduction, this can be effected by applying the ferricyanide solution locally with a brush or bit of absorbent cotton. Bromide Printing and Enlarging A Practical Guide to the Making of Bromide Prints by Contact and Bromide Enlarging by Daylight and Artificial Light, With the Toning of Bromide Prints and Enlargements
  • A pad member 15 is securely attached to a concave side 13 of the convexo-concave member 11 and is made of absorbent cotton material.
  • It may be necessary to cocainize the eye before the operator can remove the foreign object with absorbent cotton or with forceps. Common Diseases of Farm Animals
  • The parts are immediately covered with aseptic absorbent cotton and this dressing is left in position for forty-eight hours and if perchance there is evidence of synovial discharge, the parts are again aseptically dressed in order to prevent infection of the articulation. Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1
  • Then they covered the burning, smoking gauze with absorbent cotton, then with clean, neat bandages, after which they called the stretcher bearers, and Rochard was carried from the operating table back to the ward. The Backwash of War The Human Wreckage of the Battlefield as Witnessed by an American Hospital Nurse
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