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The second experiment consisted of cells exposed to bioactive glass powders with a SAR equal to 1, the surface area of the bioglass particles were analyzed using Quantachrome AS6 apparatus [12].
FT-IR spectra of [beta]-chitin/nBGC composite scaffolds showed the combined peaks of [beta]-chitin and bioglass (Fig.
2) "Mesoporous Bioglass Films by Sol-Gel" 3) "Nanoporous Calcium Phosphate Thin Coatings for Stents" About MIV Therapeutics
Marketed under the names NovaBone(R), NovaBone-C/M(TM) and PerioGlas(R), Bioglass devices has been proven safe, effective and inexpensive.
These include hydroxyapatite, bioglass and Apatite-Wollastonite glass ceramic.
Patent #5,735,942 -- issued jointly to USBiomaterials Corporation and the University of Maryland -- covers the use of Bioglass compositions in toothpaste, and in conjunction with other delivery agents such as gels, for treatment of hypersensitive teeth.
the inventor of Bioglass, professor of ceramic materials at Imperial College and director of the Centre: "Our mission is to harness the enormous therapeutic potential of bioactive glasses and, through collaboration with USBiomaterials, develop and commercialize new generations of bioactive glasses for various clinical applications.
Some of the tissue compatible materials (materials used in contact with tissue) are titanium, cobaltchromium alloy, bioglass, aluminium oxjde, hydroxyapatite, chitosan etc.
The surface-active properties of Bioglass initiate and form a physiochemical bond with living tissue, creating a favourable environment for the human body to repair its own defect in an accelerated manner.
With the growing need for better implant materials bioglass ceramics have aroused interest because of their ability to bond with tissues.
Kinex is a bioactive product with the osteostimulative properties of bioglass that amplifies the cellular activity responsible for bone formation.