Medical reform has gradually increased the support for […]
Medical reform has gradually increased the support for medical devices. Last year, a series of policies and measures to regulate and support the development of the medical device industry were introduced. In the future, joints will become the fastest growing orthopedic implants. Since the last year, the medical device industry has entered a period of intensive policy release. At present, China's medical device segmentation industry is numerous, industry concentration is low, and high-end devices are mostly imported brands. With the gradual advancement of new medical reform and device policies, domestic medical devices are expected to usher in an explosion. .
Advances in the field of implantable devices from product design, material selection to final production. Medical device components, IV fluid dispensing tubes made from complex molds require three-axis motion or transportable inserts. The challenge of the process is to help solve the problem of flow marks in drug inhalers.
Medical devices must be able to support medical services within the limits of local infrastructure. Designing 'smart' medical devices dramatically reduces product development time and costs. For example, specialty implantable devices designed by polymer chemists, plastic engineers, and genetic bioscientists are used as visceral substitutes, sometimes referred to as 'artificial organs'.
Hydrogels are a typical class of soft and wet materials that have been used in many fields such as biomedicine, medicine, industry, and agriculture. Since the beginning of this century, the preparation, structure and properties of high mechanical strength hydrogels have gradually become a research hotspot. A variety of hydrogels with excellent mechanical properties have been developed. Hydrogel-immobilized biomolecules and cells are also widely used in analysis and medical diagnosis. Specific to the medical device industry, a growing class of biomaterials in the industry is polymer hydrogels. These materials are natural or synthetic chemically crosslinked or physically crosslinked materials for a variety of applications in the medical device industry, including contact lenses, wound healing bandages, bone repair stents or catheters.