In clinical trials on small superficial wounds, the use of cyanoacrylate tissue glues produces a more rapid wound closure than sutures, but it is associated with an increased incidence of postoperative wound complications, including wound dehiscence and infections. Davidson, in Wound Healing Biomaterials, 2016. Robertson, ... B.R. An adhesive bond formed by a cyanoacrylate adhesive is likely to fail when subjected to peel stress. All super glues carry a clear warning regarding it’s bonding power, stressing how important it is to avoid the glue making contact with skin. Anaerobic acrylic adhesives cure when air is excluded and are often used to secure nuts, etc. A zwitterion from the reaction between an equimolar amount of ethyl cyanoacrylate and dimethyl phenylphosphine has actually been isolated and characterized spectroscopically (Klemarczyk, 2001). Permabond 2011 Gel is listed on the NSF non-food compounds registry. Advantages and disadvantages of instant adhesives Instant adhesive products that are popularly used today are either methyl cyanoacrylates or ethyl cyanoacrylates; 90% of them are the latter. Fig.