Low pressure technologies and solutions for biomedical implants, prosthesis and tools

Applications of low-pressure surface technologies in the biomedical domain

IONICS has developed a new ion implantation system fixing current issues like the release of toxic ions or the mechanical durability of the implant.



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Development of biocompatible and resorbable polymers for prosthesis in Materia Nova R&D center

The PROBIOMESH project aims to improve the surgical management of genital prolapse (organ descent). This improvement is envisaged by the creation of new textile implants. These new implants will be semiresorbable and will have mechanical properties perfectly adapted to the problem of genital prolapse.

Project MATISS : development of a new bioprosthesis to help the body restoring injured areas following curative surgery. This restoration of the tissues is done thanks to the autologous removal of fat cells re-implanted on a resorbable textile structure. The latter provides a role of maintenance, aiding the multiplication of implanted fat cells and revascularization. It is coupled with a bio-resorbable and custom 3D shell that delimits the volume to be rebuilt. Eventually, the resorbable support will disappear.



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