NEWS on implant material, supply

3D bioprinting rebuilding components of the human heart

3D eye cells printed for the first time

3D printing for hearing devices

3D Printing of Heart

3D printing of soft robotic systems

3D Printing Plasma Jetting Method for Bone Implants

3D printing rapidly developing in life sciences

3D printing technologies for soft and hard tissue regeneration

3D printing technology could save animal testing

3d-printed Bone

3D-printed titanium mesh implants

Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Heparin- and Hyaluronan-Containing Multilayer Coatings

Avoid Compliance & Timeline Risks Whith Medical Device Supplier

Bio-functionalization of grade V titanium alloy with human type I human collagen

BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF PLASTICS

Bioprinting- 3D printing of lung scaffolds

Bioprinting: Where do your bones come from?

Bone growth inspired “microrobots” that can create their own bone

Bone tissue engeneering via ultrasound-mediated gene delivery

Cardiopatch for heart tissue

Changes to ISO 13485 2016 for Medical Device Manufacturers, Designers

Custom made subperiosteal oral implant enables to place definite fixed prosthesis in 6 weeks (german)

Custom-made silicone heart valves

Custom-milled individual allogeneic bone grafts for alveolar cleft osteoplasty – A technical note

Efficacy of restorative brain–computer interfaces

Esophageal Organoids from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells

Gentamicin coating of titanium alloy prevents implant-related osteomyelitis in rats

Hydrophilicity, Viscoelastic, and Physicochemical Properties Variations in Dental Bone Grafting Substitutes

Hyperelastic “bone”

Identification card and codification of the chemical and morphological characteristics of 62 dental implant surfaces. Part 1: description of the Implant Surface Identification Standard (ISIS) codification system

Identification card and codification of the chemical and morphological characteristics of 62 dental implant surfaces. Part 2: anodized and Titanium Plasma-Sprayed (TPS) surfaces (Group 1, metallurgy modification)

Identification card and codification of the chemical and morphological characteristics of 62 dental implant surfaces. Part 3: sand-blasted/acid-etched (SLA type) and related surfaces (Group 2A, main subtractive process)

Identification card and codification of the chemical and morphological characteristics of 62 dental implant surfaces. Part 4: Resorbable Blasting Media (RBM), Dual Acid-Etched (DAE), Subtractive Impregnated Micro/Nanotextured (SIMN) and related surfaces (Group 2B, other subtractive process)

Identification card and codification of the chemical and morphological characteristics of 62 dental implant surfaces. Part 5: chemically coated surfaces (Group 3, coating) and implant collar surfaces (Group 4, collar)

implant files

Implantable Artificial Kidney Could Enter Human Trials By 2017

Implantable Silicone

In laboratory breeded bone implanted

Influence of hydrogel coatings on corrosion and fatigue of iron in simulated body fluid

Medical Device Manufacturing Using Automation And A Digital Factory

Metal-Specific Biomaterial Accumulation in Human Peri-Implant Bone and Bone Marrow

Metals Used in Medical Devices

Nanoparticles activate the NLR pyrin domain containing 3 (Nlrp3) inflammasome and cause pulmonary inflammation

Nasal chondrocyte-based engineered autologous cartilage tissue

New pacemaker without battery

Organs derived from donor pluripotent stem cells using a xenogenic environment

Organs in miniature format

Organs in miniature format

Osteogain® loaded onto an absorbable collagen sponge

Poietis Automates the Manufacturing of Biological Tissue

Polymeric Materials And Coronary Angioplasty Devices

Reduction of biofilm formation on titanium surface with ultraviolet-C pre-irradiation

Reliability In Medical Electronic Devices

Robotic System for Dental Implants

Self-charging pacemaker

Silica sol-gel hybrid coatings for metal implants

Soft Robotics: Fluid‐Driven Intrinsically Soft Devices

The world’s smallest stent

Tissue-engineered intervertebral disc implant

Total Knee Replacement – Computer-Assisted versus Conventional

US scientists design an artificial kidney with Nano filters that could replace dialysis

US to Investigate Health Impact of Nickel, Silicone in Medical Implants

Use of Collagen, PTFE and PRF Membranes in Bone Reconstruction

When the pacemaker is hacked

Wi-Fi-band wireless energy harvesting

Wireless bioresorbable electronic system

World´s first implantable artificial kidney

Xenogeneic bone grafting materials