bioabsorbable

bioabsorbable

(bi?o-ab-sor'ba-bel)
Capable of being assimilated into the body.
Synonym: bioresorbable
References in periodicals archive ?
MTD is a ISO 13485 micro molding contract manufacturer certified with in-house tooling, unparalleled bioabsorbable molding expertise, and state of the art equipment--all under one roof.
The global bioabsorbable stents market is expected to reach USD 2.
is glad to inform that a new report covering the worldwide bioabsorbable stents market can now be found in its online catalogue at MarketPublishers.
5 - set to coronary angioplasty with a bioabsorbable scaffold.
The company said the decrease in R&D was primarily due to reduced R&D infrastructure and expenses related to its decision to hold on further clinical development of its Bioabsorbable Cardiac Matrix, or BCM, programme and the completion of the Phase 2a clinical trial for PH-COPD in mid-2014.
14, 21, 22) Early interference screws were metal; however, now there are a variety of bioabsorbable screws.
Bioabsorbable scaffolds (BAS), which provide transient support to the vessel, are viable alternatives to permanent drug-eluting stents (DES) and bare metal stents (BMS) implants.
Background: To avoid the irritation of tendons and soft tissues as well as hardware-related problems, we designed an intramedullary fixation with bioabsorbable rods for the treatment of the metacarpal shaft fractures.
Various companies dealing in orthopedic trauma fixation devices market are increasing their investment in bioabsorbable fixation devices.
Ethicon's EVARREST, a novel bioabsorbable hemostat, represents the convergence of biologies and a medical device (flexible patch) that, when combined, form a distinct delivery system that raises the standard of care for surgeons and their patients.
Peripheral vascular stents including bare metal, drug-eluting, covered and bioabsorbable stents are associated with improved clinical outcomes compared to balloon angioplasty alone.
LONDON -- (GlobalData) Coronary artery disease and peripheral artery disease are global health issues that affect millions of lives each year, and bioabsorbable stents are due to become the next step in treatment once the medical world has provided enough clinical data and prices are lowered, states a new report by research and consulting firm GlobalData.