Optimal materials selection in medical device development – a proactive biocompatibility approach


Biocompatibility evaluation of medical devices is a complex task related to various factors that include mainly chemical nature and physical properties of the material, the contact tissue and duration of contact. Its assessment aims to predict whether a material could potentially pose risks to patients under conditions that closely mimic real clinical situations.

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