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Tips For Bioresorbable Device Part Design

The bioresorbable medical device part is a type of implantable device that is designed to break down and be absorbed into the body after a period of time, usually through natural processes such as the body's lymphatic system. In this article, the author discusses how different design principles for these devices can improve their performance in the body.

What is a bioresorbable device part?

A bioresorbable device part from is a medical device that can be safely and effectively removed by the body. When designing bioresorbable devices, it is important to consider key factors such as material compatibility, release profile, and mucosal penetration.

Here are some tips for designing bioresorbable device parts:

1. Consider material compatibility. Many bioresorbable materials are incompatible with each other, so it is important to choose a compatible material for your device. For example, polyglycolic acid (PGA) is incompatible with polylactic acid (PLA), which can lead to device failure. 

Additionally, some materials may release harmful toxins when broken down by the body. It is important to research the material compatibility of your chosen bioresorbable material before beginning your design process.

2. Release profile. The release profile of a bioresorbable device part is important because it determines how quickly and easily the material will be broken down by the body. Factors that contribute to released toxins include film thickness, cross-linking, and degradation products. It is important to consider the release profile of your chosen bioresorbable material when designing your device part.