biocompatible material


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bi·o·com·pat·i·ble ma·te·ri·al

(bīō-kŏm-pati-bĕl mă-tērē-ăl)
Substance that elicits no unfavorable reaction from tissues.

biocompatible material,

n a substance that does not threaten, impede, or adversely affect living tissue.
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The Company's unique ultra-thin coating has been derived from a biocompatible material called hydroxyapatite (HAp) that during in-vivo animal trials demonstrated excellent safety and superior healing properties pursued by the science in the field of advanced implantable drug delivery systems.
The Company's unique ultra-thin coating has been derived from a biocompatible material called Hydroxyapatite (HAp) that during in-vivo animal trials demonstrated excellent safety and exceptional biocompatibility pursued by the science in the field of advanced implantable drug delivery systems.
By material type, the global CTDR device market is segmented into metal on a biocompatible material (M-o-B) and metal on metal (M-o-M).
Each of the PLGA nanoparticles is given either a positively charged coating made of chitosan (a biocompatible material normally found in shrimp shells), or a negatively charged coating made of alginate (a biocompatible material normally found in seaweed).
This biocompatible material also has a 20-year safety record of use in cardiac indications.
US BIOCOMPATIBLE MATERIAL DEMAND (million dollars) % Annual Growth Item 2000 2005 2010 05/00 10/05 Biocompatible Material Demand 1810 2710 3730 8.
Novocell encapsulation technology uniformly coats donated pancreatic islets with a thin layer of biocompatible material.
This PFO-closure device uses a biocompatible material that allows progressive tissue growth to help seal the defect.
Silicon Carbide (SiC) is a wide-band-gap semiconductor biocompatible material that has the potential to advance advanced biomedical applications.
A biocompatible material disrupts normal body functions as little as possible.
DURAFORM implant is made of collagen-based biocompatible material that exhibits improved tensile strength and wet handling capabilities.
DARPA researchers have created electronic systems and components using ultrathin sheets of silicon and magnesium encapsulated in silk, a biocompatible material.