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*  Extracellular matrix
An entirely absorbable implant is currently under development. Kleinman, H.K.; Luckenbill-Edds, L.; Cannon, F.W.; Sephel, G.C ...
*  Oroantral fistula
Different materials, such as synthetic graft materials, xenografts, fibrin glue, synthetic absorbable implant and acrylic ... implant denture, removal of a large cyst or resection of large tumour involving maxilla, development of tumour causing bone ...
*  Dupuytren's contracture
"Improved postoperative outcome of segmental fasciectomy in Dupuytren disease by insertion of an absorbable cellulose implant". ... After the excision and a careful hemostasis, the cellulose implant is placed in a single layer in between the remaining parts ... The same procedure is used in the segmental fasciectomy with cellulose implant. ...
*  Northern Westchester Hospital
The OSI incorporates Bio-absorbable implants for sports medicine surgery- These are usually constructed of plastic and are ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E07)
... absorbable implants MeSH E07.695.050 --- artificial limbs MeSH E07.695.075 --- auditory brain stem implant MeSH E07.695.100 ... implanted MeSH E07.296.319.074 --- auditory brain stem implants MeSH E07.296.319.150 --- cochlear implants MeSH E07.296.319.175 ... dental implants MeSH E07.695.185.185 --- dental implants, single-tooth MeSH E07.695.190 --- dental prosthesis MeSH E07.695. ... auditory brain stem implant MeSH E07.814.458.150 --- cochlear implants MeSH E07.858.082 --- artificial organs MeSH E07.858. ...
*  Carsten Maschmeyer
... development and marketing of highly innovative bio-absorbable metal implants, i.e. a second surgery to remove implants would no ...
*  Polyorthoester
"Evaluation of absorbable poly(ortho esters) for use in surgical implants", J. Appl. Biomaterials 5 (1): pp. 51-64, doi:10.1002/ ... Such drug implants are particularly suitable for applications on the eye, where no sudden release occurs by diffusion (initial ... Implants made of polyorthoester type IV show surface erosion while being highly biocompatible with degradation times from days ... Polyorthoesters are used as hydrophobic implant materials for drug depots for continuous drug delivery by surface erosion. The ...
*  List of International Organization for Standardization standards
2014 Cardiovascular implants and extracorporeal systems - Cardiovascular absorbable implants ISO 17166:1999 Erythema reference ... Joint replacement implants - Particular requirements ISO 21535:2007 Non-active surgical implants - Joint replacement implants ... Implants for osteosynthesis - Particular requirements ISO 14607:2007 Non-active surgical implants - Mammary implants - ... 2007 Non-active surgical implants - Joint replacement implants - Specific requirements for knee-joint replacement implants ISO/ ...
*  Coronary stent
In development are stents with biocompatible surface coatings which do not elute drugs, and also absorbable stents (metal or ... Guidelines recommend a stress test before implanting stents, but most patients do not receive a stress test. While ... In addition to intervascular stents he also developed the first stent-supported porcine valve that can be implanted ...
*  Er:YAG laser
Schwarz F, Olivier W, Herten M, Sager M, Chaker A, Becker J. "Influence of implant bed preparation using an Er:YAG laser on the ... Er:YAG lasers can be used in laser aided cataract surgery but owing to its water absorbable nature Nd:YAG is preferred more. ... Bone surgery applications have been found in oral surgery, dentistry, implant dentistry, and otolaryngology. Er:YAG lasers are ... osseointegration of titanium implants: a histomorphometrical study in dogs". J. Oral Rehabil. 2007;34:273-281. Lewandrowski KU ...
*  Bone wax
The portion of traditional bone wax which departs the implant site is most likely carried away through the action of the ... Modern day bone wax is commercially available in substantially non-absorbable formulations similar to Horsley's original ... Hemasorb Resorbable Hemostatic Bone Putty is a sterile, soft, moldable, biocompatible, absorbable material of putty-like ... composition, as well as in absorbable/resorbable formats. Most of these waxes are available as a firm wax in stick form that ...
*  Jatene procedure
The aorta is then transplanted onto the pulmonary root, using either absorbable or permanent continuous suture. The aortic ... the circumflex coronary artery will be distorted if the pair are not implanted higher than normal on the neo-aorta, and in some ... and a continuous absorbable suture is then used to anastomose each coronary "button" into the prepared space. In most cases, ... cases they may need to be implanted above the aortic commissure, on the native aorta itself. The circumflex coronary artery may ...
*  Drug-eluting stent
In 1986, Puel and Sigwart implanted the first coronary stent in a human patient. Several trials in the 1990s showed the ... The German company, Biotronik, developed a magnesium absorbable stent and published clinical results in 2007. The first company ... Like all invasive medical procedures, implanting stents in the coronary arteries carries risk. For the newer drug-eluting ... who said that more than half of patients with stable coronary artery disease were implanted with stents without even trying ...
*  Cordis (medical)
1962 The first synchronous cardiac pacemaker co-developed by Cordis is implanted in a patient. 1970s Cordis introduces the ... 2010 EXOSEAL® an innovative vascular closure device with extravascular bio absorbable plug placement and excellent clinical ...
*  Mastopexy
When the breast implant will be emplaced to a subglandular implant pocket, the hypodermic needle penetrates un-resisted into ... and reinforced with strips of absorbable adhesive tape (butterfly stitches) applied to maintain the wound closed. Post- ... into the implant pocket, or is partially deflated. For the subglandular emplacement of breast implants, the technique is ... and malposition of the breast implant in the implant pocket. Therefore, a mastopexy-augmentation procedure features increased ...
*  Biotronik
The following year, Biotronik released Orsiro to the market-the world's first hybrid drug-eluting stent with a bio-absorbable ... subscription required) "Implant-based multiparameter telemonitoring of patients with heart failure (IN-TIME): a randomised ... Since its start, more than 19 million BIOTRONIK devices in over 100 countries have been implanted. In 1976, the company moved ... In 2007, Biotronik was given the EuroPCR 2007 Novelty Award for its innovative absorbable metal stents (AMS) by the European ...
*  Surgical mesh
Ideally, these implants should be strong enough to survive mechanical loads and actions of whichever body area they become a ... Some types of mesh combine permanent and temporary meshes such as Vipro, which includes both re-absorbable vipryl, made from ... Surgical mesh is implanted to strengthen tissue repair and minimize the rate of recurrence. The surgery can be performed ... Any mesh that is implanted in the pelvic area must be strong enough to withstand these loads. Mesh implantation will naturally ...
*  Partial androgen insensitivity syndrome
Motoyama S, Laoag-Fernandez JB, Mochizuki S, Yamabe S, Maruo T (May 2003). "Vaginoplasty with Interceed absorbable adhesion ... Handelsman DJ, Conway AJ, Boylan LM (November 1992). "Suppression of human spermatogenesis by testosterone implants". J. Clin. ... Jackson ND, Rosenblatt PL (December 1994). "Use of Interceed Absorbable Adhesion Barrier for vaginoplasty". Obstet Gynecol. 84 ...
*  Management of prostate cancer
Permanent implant brachytherapy is a popular treatment choice for patients with low to intermediate risk features, can be ... A new method to reduce rectal radiation injury in prostate cancer patients involves the use of an absorbable spacer placed ... The risk of exposure to others from men with implanted seeds is generally accepted to be insignificant. However, men are ...
*  Osteotomy
It is technically more difficult than an implant and has more swelling and recovery than a simple chin implant. Also, there is ... The layers of tissue in the knee are stitched together, usually with absorbable sutures. A fall or torque to the leg during the ... As opposed to putting an implant on top of the chin bone to bring it forward, an alternative approach is to cut the chin bone ... It can also be used to lengthen the chin (which is more difficult with an implant) or to shorten or narrow a chin. (which is ...
*  Pelvic organ prolapse
With surgery (for example native tissue repair, biological graft repair, absorbable and non-absorbable mesh repair, colpopexy, ... "Women Implanted with Transvaginal Mesh Suffer from Painful, Permanent Injuries". Parker Waichman LLP. Retrieved 23 June 2015. ...
*  Silk
showed the in vivo degradation of silk via aqueous 3-D scaffolds implanted into Lewis rats. Enzymes are the means used to ... A special manufacturing process removes the outer sericin coating of the silk, which makes it suitable as non-absorbable ... or lower than collagen and PLA when implant rat MSCs with silk fibroin films in vivo. Thus, appropriate degumming and ... there is no need of surgery in order to remove the scaffold implanted. Wang et al. ...
*  Diglycolic acid
... cartilage substitutes or as implant materials: L. Bhattacharyya, J. Rohrer, ed. (2012), Appendix 1: DISSOCIATION CONSTANTS (pKa ... "Absorbable polyalkylene diglycolates" ...
*  Adhesion barrier
An adhesion barrier is a medical implant that can be used to reduce abnormal internal scarring (adhesions) following surgery by ... but requires a second surgery for removal as it is not absorbable. Seprafilm or Fibrin sheets were not found to be effective. ... International Adhesions Society About Seprafilm Gynecare Interceed Absorbable Adhesion Barrier ADEPT Adhesion Reduction ...
*  Barrier membrane
"Augmentation procedures for the rehabilitation of deficient edentulous ridges with oral implants". Clin Oral Implants Res. 17 ... Non-absorbable ePTFE membranes are still used clinically on a regular basis, and long-term studies suggest that bones regrown ... Collagen absorbable barrier membranes do not require surgical removal, inhibit migration of epithelial cells, promote the ... An experimental study in a canine model". Clin Oral Implants Res. 15 (4): 435-42. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0501.2004.01029.x. PMID ...
*  Biomaterial
In the United States, 45% of the 250,000 valve replacement procedures performed annually involve a mechanical valve implant. ... Pillai, C. K. S.; Sharma, C. P. (2010). "Review Paper: Absorbable Polymeric Surgical Sutures: Chemistry, Production, Properties ... Pillai CK, Sharma CP (Nov 2010). "Review paper: absorbable polymeric surgical sutures: chemistry, production, properties, ... or may be bioactive with a more interactive functionality such as hydroxy-apatite coated hip implants. Biomaterials are also ...