In biomaterials literature, one often meets the term biocompatibility. How is biocompatibility defined and what does this property entail?
What makes an implant integrate successfully? The answer lies at the surface interaction processes, and what happens there, short term and long term.
The concept ‘Biomaterial’ is fairly frequently encountered. Here we explain what defines a biomaterial, and where this category of material is used.
Within biomaterials research and development, hydroxyapatite (HA) is well known for its biocompatible properties, particularly in bone bonding, and for its potency of rapid integration into the human body.
Blood-material interactions are critical for performance and biocompatibility of implantable medical devices used in thousands of patients daily.
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