biostable

biostable

(ˈbaɪəʊˌsteɪbəl)
adj
resistant to the effects of microorganisms
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set for installation of a 2-component polyurethane permanent biostable catheter for long-term hemodialysis with a repair kit 30 pcs.
Materials commonly used in orthopedic products include metals and metal alloys, biostable plastics, bioabsorbable polymers, biocomposite polymers/ceramics, bioceramics, collagen, and extracellular matrices.
Parylene has also become the protection of choice for many medical devices, systems and components for several key reasons; it is extremely lightweight, almost impossible to penetrate, biocompatible and biostable.
Parylene conformai coatings are biocompatible and biostable and provide excellent barrier protection to a wide variety of medical devices and components, including stents, pacemakers, needles, catheters, ocular and cochlear implants, electrosurgical tools, and elastomer components, to name a few.
PEG is a hydrophilic substance, and it can cover the surface of CNTs and make oxidized CNTs more biostable [55].
Liang et al., "Generation of Biostable L-aptamers against Achiral Targets by Chiral Inversion of Existing D-aptamers," Talanta, vol.
M2 PHARMA-May 17, 2016-First European Procedures Performed Using BioStable's HAART 300 Aortic Annuloplasty Device
Companies Mentioned in this Report: 4tech Cardio Ireland Limited, Agamit Medical Ltd., Ample Medical Inc., Amsel Medical Corporation, Aporo Biomedical, Inc., Arbor Surgical Technologies, Inc., BioStable Science & Engineering, Inc., BioVentrix, Inc., CARAG AG, Cardica, Inc., Cardiosolutions, Inc., Cardious, Inc., Celyad SA, Children's Hospital Boston, Cierra, Inc.
It is a powerful, recoverable and comparatively biostable chelator which has the ability to remediate the metal affected soils (Meers et al., 2005).
Over the years, the medical devices manufacturers are looking for antimicrobial coatings which are biocompatible, non-toxic, and biostable for a wide range of medical devices.
The 76 papers highlight advances in the study of the following: bioceramics and their application to medicine, focusing on biostable ceramics and tough ceramics; glasses and glass-ceramics; calcium phosphates; cements; composites and hybrid materials; nanoparticles and nanostructured ceramics; coatings, surface engineering, and interfaces; additive manufacturing of ceramics and composites; scaffolds; ceramics for drug delivery; cell-material interactions; preclinical models using animal studies; and clinical applications.
The Dacron is resistant, deformable, and biostable and is present in different forms.