New Insights to Bioadhesive-based Biomaterials for Biomedical Applications
Lloyd Institute of Management and Technology, Plot No.-11, Knowledge Park-II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India- 201306
*Corresponding Author: Deepanjan Datta, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Lloyd Institute of Management and Technology, Plot No.-11, Knowledge Park-II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India- 201306.
March 24, 2023; Published: April 01, 2023
Biomaterials are non-viable materials which are envisioned to interrelate with the biological systems. Nowadays, biomaterials are crucial to medicine because they help to recover patients from illness or damage by restoring function and accelerating the healing process. In medical applications, biomaterials can be either natural or synthetic and are utilized to sustain, improve, or replace damaged tissue or a biological function.
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