EP42HT-2Med: Utilised in Prosthetics and Fully Implantable Medical DevicesBy Master Bond
Among the most challenging medical applications for an epoxy compound are prosthetics and fully implantable medical devices. Not only must the material be capable of withstanding sterilisation procedures, it must also exhibit biocompatibility over an extended period of time.
Prosthetics and implantable devices must be able to maintain performance levels even when in direct contact with tissue and bodily fluids, and must not introduce toxins or cause injury, a physiological reaction, or immunological rejection.
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