Biomaterials: Synthesis and Characterization

Biomaterials are the natural or synthetic materials that are used to introduce in  the body mainly as a part of medical device for medical purposes. Synthetically, biomaterials can be prepared in laboratories using various chemical approaches Characterization of Biomaterials is a detailed information of the physical, chemical, in-vitro, in-vivo, mechanical, surface characteristics for researchers. Bioactive glasses are the surface reactive glass-ceramic biomaterials having bioglass, which is mainly used as implants to repair the damaged bone and for bone regeneration. Biomaterials can be characterized as polymers, ceramics, metallic, protein based ,etc. Metallic biomaterials are used for orthopaedic implants, metals like tantalum, titanium, iron, cobalt are mainly used. Protein based biomaterials means the modification of surface of biomaterials with proteins to  enhance the biocompatibility of material and act as bioactive materials. They even being used for cardiovascular tissue, bone tissue, etc.

  • Bioactive glasses
  • Polymers
  • Ceramics
  • Combinations: polymeric, ceramic and metallic
  • DNA and RNA as biomaterials
  • Protein based biomaterials
  • Metallic biomaterials and alloys

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