bioimplant

bioimplant

 [bi″o-im´plant]
denoting a prosthesis made of biosynthetic material.
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bioimplant

A general term for any implantable prothesis made of biosynthetic material, which is used to replace, support or enhance a failing structure.
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Maffulli, "Implantation of a novel biologic and hybridized tissue engineered bioimplant in large tendon defect: An in vivo investigation," Tissue Engineering Part: A, vol.
Loubinoux, "Micropatterned bioimplant with guided neuronal cells to promote tissue reconstruction and improve functional recovery after primary motor cortex insult," Biomaterials, vol.
After recovery and processing, tissue is manufactured--cleaned, sized and some times pieced together--into a product to be used by a surgeon as a bioimplant.
In late June, the company also learned that its OrthADAPT Bioimplant, which has been used in more than 2,500 patients since its formal launch in 2006, had earned CE Mark certification, paving the way for the company to initiate international sales.
(Irvine, CA), an innovator in bone regeneration bioimplant products, filed an antitrust suit against Osteotech, Inc.
In the present study, an attempt has been made to modify the surface of Ti-6Al-4V substrate for bioimplant application.
The company is currently producing and marketing a proprietary line of bioimplant products for surgical applications at its Irvine, California manufacturing facility.
- Marietta, Georgia-based regenerative biomaterial products and bioimplants specialist MiMedx Group, Inc.
MiMedx is an integrated developer, processor and marketer of patent protected and proprietary regenerative biomaterial products and bioimplants processed from human amniotic membrane and other human birth tissues, such as amniotic fluid, umbilical cord and placental collagen, and human skin and bone.