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  • Polylactic Acid (Polylactide, PLA) Molecular Weight Determination with the BI-MwA (.pdf)
    Polylactic acid, (polylactide, PLA) polymers are being used in a wide range of biomedical, com-mercial, pharmaceutical and academic applica-tions due to their biocompatibility and biodegra-dability. Applications include stents, sutures and a wide range of uses in food packaging and dis-posable
  • Medical Device Link .
    of as one that would "do no harm." The operative principle was that of inertness as reflected, for example, in the definition of as "the quality of not having toxic or injurious effects on biological systems. " A cartilage repair unit injection molded from biodegradable polylactide (PLA). When
  • Medical Device Link .
    a biodegradable type such as polylactide co-glycocide or a. (Manufacturing) Using Ultrasonic Spray Nozzles To Coat Drug-Eluting Stents. Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link. The Online Information Source for the Medical Device Industry. Suppliers Archived Articles Entire Site Search
  • Medical Device Link . Synthetic Biodegradable Polymers as Medical Devices
    devices, a great deal of research continues on polyanhydrides, polyorthoesters, polyphosphazenes, and other biodegradable polymers. A biodegradable intravascular stent prototype is molded from a blend of polylactide and trimethylene carbonate. Photo: Cordis Corp. Prototype Molded by Tesco Associates, Inc
  • Ecofriendly Polycarbonate and Ecofriendly Castings
    with two new biocontent polycarbonate blends containing polylactide (PLA), a polymer derived from plant materials. Makroblend BC250 and BC400 are general-purpose grades that contain 25 and 40% PLA, respectively. The biocontent grades can serve in applications such as cell phones and smart phones
  • How "green " are green plastics?
    of consumer packaging made from common plastics such as PET and polypropylene (PP) to those associated with polylactide (PLA), a widely used corn-based plastic. Athena's study looked strictly at five packaging items: 16-oz cold-drink cups, two-piece deli containers, envelope window film, foam meat
  • New Uses for Dairy Byproducts
    more pliable than other bioplastics, making them easier to mold. Bioplastic blends can replace only about 20 percent of the polyethylene in a product, so resulting materials are only partially biodegradable. But Onwulata and his colleagues are currently applying this process to polylactide (PLA
  • Medical Device Link .
    with synthetic degradables. Conventional synthetics used in implants include polylactides, polyglycolides, and polyhydroxybutyrates. But these materials are difficult to make into injection-moulded structures with good mechanical properties because of their sensibility to moisture and temperature

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