Biocompatible Coatings: The Impact of Surface Technology on Medical Markets (Technical Insights)

 


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Biocompatible Coatings, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryBiocompatible Coatings, Biocompatible Coating and Surface TechnologyIndustry OverviewIndustry OverviewMedtronic's Coating BusinessInnerDyne's Dual RoleRecent TrendsRecent TrendsEmerging MarketsEmerging MarketsBiocompatible Coatings, Coating Materials and ProcessesIntroductionIntroductionPolymersPolymersOther Coating MaterialsOther Coating MaterialsSurface Modification TechniquesSurface Modification TechniquesIrradiationPlasmaCoronaTexturingOzonizationSilanizationPhotocouplingApplication Method and FunctionalityApplication Method and FunctionalityCommon Coating MethodsCommon Coating MethodsDevice SuitabilityDevice SuitabilityBiocompatible Coatings, Coating CompaniesCoating CompaniesIntroductionPolymer Technology GroupSurModicsCarmedaHydromer Inc.AST Products Inc.STS BiopolymersBiocoatRichard James Inc.Biocompatibles Ltd.BioChromSurface Solutions LaboratoriesSpire Corp.Implant Sciences Corp.Advanced Polymer Systems Inc.Biocompatible Coatings, Research InitiativesResearch InitiativesUniversity of WashingtonUniversity of ConnecticutCornell UniversityPacific Northwest National LaboratoryColumbia UniversityLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUniversity of CincinnatiSouthwest Research InstituteBiocompatible Coatings, Emerging TechnologiesEmerging TechnologiesEmerging TechnologiesBiocompatible CoatingsBiocompatible CoatingsRadiopaque CoatingsSilicon-Free Heart Valves Increase Blood FlowCoated Grafts for Tissue EngineeringBone-like Biomimetic CoatingSterile Coating Reduces InfectionIon Beam Equipment for Medical Device Manufacturing: Market OverviewBiomaterialsBiomaterialsHeparain Aids Tissue EngineeringBone Cement Heals Fractures FasterSelf-Assembling PeptidesModified Alginate for Improved Cell InteractionStronger ChitinHydrogelsPolymersConsortium Encourages Faster Development of BiomaterialsDrug DeliveryDrug DeliveryColloidal Oxidized CelluloseBinding Proteins to Magnetic ParticlesMesh-Like Material Controls Drug ReleaseBioadhesive MicroencapsulantsSelf-Assembled MoleculesComposite Sponge GelsGelatin CompositesDrug Delivery by IontophoresisElectrode-Driven Drug DeliveryNon-Traditional Drug Delivery MethodsStratum Corneum Device for Topically Applied DrugsSilicon Chip with Tiny Reservoirs Can Administer MedicationDrug Delivery CatheterFool-Proof Inhaler Directs Drugs Straight to LungsBiocompatible Coatings, Relevant PatentsPatentsPatentsBiocompatible Coatings, References and ContactsReferencesReferencesContactsContacts




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