中国国际医疗器械设计与制造技术展览会(Medtec China)2021

Dedicated to design & manufacturing for medical device

1-3 September 2021 | SWEECC H2&H4

Materials

2021.04.15
Humidity as a Use Condition for Accelerated Aging of Polymers
It is important to understand the impact of absorbed moisture content in polymers, as high or low levels could accelerate aging damage in many materials......



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2021.04.06
Are 4D Hydrogels the Shape of Things to Come in Tissue Engineering?
Shape-shifting 4D hydrogels may lead to the development of human tissues, and even organs, that more closely resemble their natural counterparts, according to researchers......



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2021.03.04
Solutions for Bonding Liquid Silicone Rubber to Plastic Substrates
Medical device manufacturers should carefully review and select the best bonding agents for their individual products.......



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2021.02.08
Balancing Biomaterial Strength and Degradation
Researchers demonstrate the potential to “fine-tune” material properties for biological implants......



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2021.02.04
Could this 3-D printed ‘biomesh’ minimize hernia repair complications?
Some hernia mesh implants have been associated with adverse post-surgical complications. So researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have developed a 3D-printed biomesh to support and reinforce the damaged abdominal wall and facilitate the healing process......



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2020.12.11
Developing a Zero-Carbon-Emission Autoinjector
Ypsomed reported using more sustainable plastics instead of conventional plastics for the YpsoMate Zero.......



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2020.10.09
Australian researchers think they’ve found a way to attach hydrogels to medical implants

A research team at the University of Sydney said that it developed a plasma technology to attach hydrogels to polymeric materials....



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2020.08.14
How plastics are transforming the implantable medical devices space

Avinash Suryawanshi, senior SEO analyst at Global Market Insights, explores the impact of plastics within implants in the medical sector.



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2020.07.30
Amend Surgical licenses oral-care hydrogel tech

Harvard University’s Wyss Institute announced that it has licensed its tough gel adhesive technology to Amend Surgical, a Florida-based medical device company focused on developing and manufacturing novel biomaterials.



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2020.07.28
Biodegradable Urethane’s Potential for Drug-Delivery Implants

An expert from Secant Group offers details on Hydralese bioresorbable polymers for controlled active delivery.



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