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    Very, very cool.

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    About time.

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    Great but you still need stitches or staples for cuts and cashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    Great but you still need stitches or staples for cuts and cashes.
    What’s wrong with superglue? It doesn’t scar much either.

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    It would be fantastic if this worked on burn patients. I just wonder if it would be limited by the treatment/healing process for such wounds, though. Any med/biomed clarification would be interesting.

    Thanks for the post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeVanGeaux View Post
    It would be fantastic if this worked on burn patients. I just wonder if it would be limited by the treatment/healing process for such wounds, though. Any med/biomed clarification would be interesting.

    Thanks for the post!
    Given to infection risk associated with burns and the concomitant need to change dressings, I don’t reckon they’d use it.



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