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Dioxanone     1,4-dioxan-2-one

Synonyms: p-Dioxanone, p-DIOXAN-2-ONE, PubChem14989, SureCN29008, AG-F-00195, ...
 
 
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  • We studied the outcome and complications seen with use of poly-p-dioxanone pins and those seen with use of stainless-steel Kirschner wires after chevron bunionectomy in 114 patients (144 feet) [8].
  • OBJECTIVE: An absorbable pin made from poly-p-dioxanone (Orthosorb, Johnson and Johnson, UK) was used to internally fix osteotomies of the mandibular ramus [9].

References

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