Developments in metallic biodegradable stents.

@article{Hermawan2010DevelopmentsIM,
  title={Developments in metallic biodegradable stents.},
  author={Hendra Hermawan and Dominique Dub{\'e} and D Mantovani},
  journal={Acta biomaterialia},
  year={2010},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={1693-7}
}
Interest in metallic degradable biomaterials research has been growing in the last decade. Both scientific journals and patent databases record a high increase in publications in this area. Biomedical implants with temporary function, such as coronary stents, are the targeted applications for this novel class of biomaterials. It is expected that stents made of degradable biomaterials, named biodegradable stents, will provide a temporary opening into a narrowed arterial vessel until the vessel… CONTINUE READING
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