Self-healing Materials for Healthcare Applications

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Global healthcare sector has always focused on developing innovative materials that can address the evolving needs of patients and caregivers. Self-healing materials due to its biodegrability and healing attributes are gaining importance in healthcare market especially in implants and drug delivery processes. Rising ageing population and increase in occurrence of chronic diseases are driving use of medical implants, which in turn increases the demand for self-healing materials including self-healing hydrogels. Researchers are more focused in the direction of providing cost-effective materials that can provide value added features.The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence

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Self-healing Materials for Healthcare ApplicationsResearch Advances in Self-healing Materials for Enhancing Efficiency of Medical DevicesBio-glass-based Implants for Restoration of Damaged CartilagesSelf-healing Adhesive Developed Using Supramolecular PolymersSelf-healing Hydrogels for Effective Drug DeliverySelf-healing Material for Drug Delivery that can Fold and Unfold ItselfStrategic InsightsThe US Leads in Research Initiatives Followed Closely by EuropeAnalyst’s PerspectivesKey PatentsPatents Cover a Wide Range of Applications for Self-healing Materials in HealthcareIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts

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