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Patient stories inspire at Innovations in Biomedical Materials meeting

By April Gocha / August 2, 2016

Last weekend’s Innovations in Biomedical Materials conference in Chicago, Ill., brought together around 100 scientists, medical professionals, and biomedical technology manufacturers and marketers to discuss the latest findings on new materials for biomedical applications, with a focus on cross-pollination to develop emerging technologies into marketable biomedical products.

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Get ready for your two-minute talk in the Capital City—submit an abstract for Bioceramics 2014 today!

By April Gocha / April 9, 2014

Innovations in Biomedical Materials: Focus on Ceramics 2014 is coming to the Capital City this summer–some great plenary sessions and panel discussions are already lined up, plus the conference is featuring a new Rapid-Fire Presentation session. Apply today!

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Trends in innovation and regulation of ceramics for biomedical applications

By Eileen De Guire / December 17, 2013

  A tenacious wound healed with Mo-Sci’s DermaFuse bioglass. Credit: Mo-Sci. Most people think of “health care professionals” as their physicians, nurses, therapists, and other health care staff. However, many of the therapies in doctors’ toolkits come from health care professionals of a different stripe—scientists and engineers who develop biomedical materials and medical devices. Could…

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Video of the week: Steve Jung — ‘Controlling the formation of calcium compounds when bioactive glass reacts in vivo’

By / February 14, 2012

[flash http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/Steve_JungGOMD.flv mode=1 f={image=http://ceramictechweekly.org/wp-content/video/Steve_JungGOMD.jpg}] Steve Jung made the above presentation at ACerS’ Glass and Optical Materials Division 2011 annual meeting and conference. The video is about 15 minutes long. If you tend toward squeamishness, be warned that a few slides show live tissue, wounds in various stages of healing, etc. Jung’s narrative stays focused on…

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Steve Jung: ‘Controlling the formation of calcium compounds when bioactive glass reacts in vivo’

By / February 13, 2012

Steve Jung made the above presentation at ACerS’ Glass and Optical Materials Division 2011 annual meeting and conference.

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Healing glass fibers now available for pet and animal treatments

By / January 23, 2012

Rediheal borate glass fibers are successfully being used to treat injured green sea turtles and other animals. Credit: Avalon Medical Ltd. One topic I and other ACerS staff frequently get asked about relates to a story from last April about the special healing borate-based glass fiber pads developed by glass scientists Delbert Day and Steve Jung…

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Revolution in wound care? Inexpensive, easy-to-use cotton candy-like glass fibers appear to speed healing in initial venous stasis wound trial

By Yoko Co / May 3, 2011

May 3, 2011 (click for PDF version) WESTERVILLE, OH — Imagine a battlefield medic or emergency medical technician providing first aid with a special wad of cottony glass fibers that simultaneously slows bleeding, fights bacteria (and other sources of infection), stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms, resists scarring, and-because it is quickly absorbed by surrounding…

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Mo-Sci Corporation’s DermaFuse: Successful wound healing with borate glass nanofibers

By / April 28, 2011

The Mo-Sci Corporation recently announced its development of a novel and inexpensive wound care pad — composed of borate glass nanofibers — that helped speed the healing of venous stasis ulcers in a majority of patients enrolled in a small human clinical test group of adult diabetics.

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Videos of the week: Successful wound healing with borate glass nanofibers

By / April 28, 2011

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