Advances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights)

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This research service profiles important emerging developments and trends related to biomaterials.

Table of Contents

Advances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope of the ResearchResearch MethodologyIndustry OverviewAdvances in BiomaterialsAnalyst's InsightsAdvances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Introduction to BiomaterialsIntroductionCategories of BiomaterialsPhysical and Mechanical Requirements for Medical Device MaterialsApplications & Industry TrendsApplications of BiomaterialsIndustry TrendsAdvances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisDrivers; Restraints; ChallengesTechnology DriversTechnology RestraintsTechnology ChallengesStrategic AnalysisImpact of RegulationsSWOT Analysis for the Use of Biomaterials in Medical DevicesFunding & CollaborationAdvances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Developments in the Field of Biomaterials for Medical DevicesDevelopments in Metal-Based BiomaterialsInfection-Resistant Orthopedic Medical Devices--USAPorous Ti Foam Implants for Dental Applications--CanadaPorous Sol-Gel-Derived Ti Coatings for Soft Tissue Attachment--FinlandProDisc-L Consisting Metal Endplates Made of Cobalt-Chrome Alloy--SwitzerlandPorous Ti Biomaterials Influence Bone Growth--NetherlandsDevelopments in Polymer-Based BiomaterialsNew Family of Biodegradable Polymers Shows Promise for Intracellular Drug Delivery--USANew Generation of Drug Eluting Stent (DES)--NetherlandsNovel Nanocomposite Polymer for Medical Device Application--UKBiocompatible Polymer for Medical Device Applications--AustraliaNovoSorb Polymer Technology Platform--AustraliaChitosan as a Coating Material for Medical Devices--USABone Void Filler Used as Osteoconductive Scaffold--USAPolymers that Change Shape for Easy Surgical Procedures--USACollagen Gel Used as a Biopolymer--JapanPolymer-Based Electro-Grafted Coatings--FranceDevelopments in Composites-Based BiomaterialsEndolign-Polymer Composites for Long-Term Load Bearing Medical Device Applications--UKBiomimetic Polymer Composite Materials for Orthopedic Applications--CanadaUltrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene Composite Biomaterials Coated With Bioactive Materials--IndiaDevelopments in Ceramics-Based BiomaterialsSynthetic Bone Graft Based on Ceramics; A Perfect Alternative to Traditional Bone Grafting Techniques--USABioactive Glass Nanofibers Considered as Next Generation Biomaterial--South Korea & UKNew Generation Bioactive Materials--UKBioactive Glass Granules for Medical Device Applications--FinlandAdvances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsUnited States PatentsWorld PatentsDatabase of Key Industry Participants and GlossaryIndustry ParticipantsGlossaryAdvances in Biomaterials for Medical Device Applications (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesCataract Surgeries (1999--2006)Government Healthcare Expenditure (1999--2006)Cardiovascular Prevelance (1999--2006)Arthritis Prevalence (1999--2006)Percent Arthritis Prevalence (1999--2006)




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