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We have described the first documented method for the use of a biological implant in the management of lung herniation.
The increase in revenue for the period was attributable to the increasing demand for the company's TUTOPLAST(R) PROCESSED sterile biological implants for spinal and dental repair.
The company's biological implants are used for treatment of full layer, and localized cartilage defects.
The company's biological implants are used for treatment of full layer, localized small cartilage defects in human musculoskeletal system.
Professor Dalgarno, who is also deputy director of the new MeDe Innovation Centre, explains: "All our research on implantable devices is focussed around helping the body's natural repair mechanism to do more, by developing biological implants which support or stimulate the body's own repair processes.
The text has been revised throughout to reflect advances in diagnostic imaging, spinal instrumentation, and osteobiologics since publication of the first edition in the 1990s, and includes new chapters on biological implants and motion sparing devices.
A plastic material used in some biological implants could someday form a foundation for tissue that can repair or replace human vocal cords, new experiments suggest.
Couple all of this with biological implants to give the appearance of "soul" to the robotic spirit, and we give a whole new meaning to artificial intelligence.
Contract notice: March has adapted procedure for the provision of xenogeneic biological implants for parietal reinforcement and ent reconstruction.
The increasing demand for biological implants over mechanical implants, coupled with the rising awareness levels about the benefits of orthobiologics, is driving the growth of this market.
Professor Dalgarno, also deputy director of the new MeDe Innovation Centre, said: "All our research on implantable devices is focussed around helping the body's natural repair mechanism to do more, by developing biological implants which support or stimulate the body's own repair processes.

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