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In the operative field, surgeons frequently need to mark patients before and sometimes during surgery on surfaces that are moist or covered with blood, fat and other fluids. The tips of most standard markers will usually stop writing on wet surfaces because they get clogged with fluids, which halts the flow of ink.
Study confirms nasal airway device does not compromise healing of the horizontal, transcolumellar open rhinoplasty incision. (Monet - stock.adobe.com)