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  • noun polylactic acid

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Examples

  • But Abbott's new device, called Absorb, is made from a plastic-like material called polylactide that is commonly used in surgical sutures.

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  • The new Plantbottle is not like PLA polylactide which is biodegradable and truly environmentally friendly.

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  • Because of this, the Cereplast resin is combined with polylactide (PLA) from NatureWorks LLC.

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  • Jim's Organic Coffee is the first coffee company using polylactide (PLA) resin in its bag.

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  • Because of this, the Cereplast resin is combined with polylactide (PLA) from NatureWorks LLC.

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  • Absorb is made of polylactide, a biocompatible material that is commonly used in medical implants such as resorbable sutures, which dissolve rather than having to be removed.

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  • VIVITROL is contraindicated in patients with acute hepatitis or liver failure, patients receiving opioid analgesics, patients with current physiologic opioid dependence, patients in acute opioid withdrawal, any individual who has failed the naloxone challenge test or has a positive urine screen for opioids, and in patients who have previously exhibited hypersensitivity to naltrexone, polylactide-co-glycolide PLG, carboxymethylcellulose or any other components of the diluent.

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  • In addition, when it reaches the end of its life, polylactide must be degraded in a high-temperature industrial facility.

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  • This is significant as the leading biorenewable plastic, polylactide, is formed in a high energy process requiring large volumes of water.

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  • The Toray plant at Quonset Business Park produces the bags made from polylactic acid, or polylactide, a versatile polymer made from plants instead of petroleum.

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