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gauze bandage

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CactusMuseum.com - Cactus Pain
... be stopped by applying pressure with a sterile bandage. Now its time to deal with the glochids. Unless ... gauze bandage and white glue. Coat the spines with a layer of white glue and gently press the gauze bandage onto the glue. Let dry. Once dry, pull the gauze bandage off of your skin. The spines should come out with the bandage ...
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www.seaweed.ie
... ; the calcium alginate is extruded to make a fibre which is then woven into a gauze-like product; alginates with a high proportion of guluronic acid blocks are most suitable for ... wound or burn, a network is formed around which a healthy scab may form; the bandage may be removed with a sodium chloride solution, which renders the alginate soluble in water ...
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