Implantable devices are making a big impact on our lives. And because of this, they’re making their way into all kinds of areas. The heart. The head. And anywhere else you can think of. Once reserved primarily for pacemakers, implantable devices are now being used in other areas of the body - and for so many different reasons.
The explosion in medical implantable technology requires the use of leading-edge materials that can support the unique demands that come with being inserted into the human body. Reliability, biocompatibility, battery life - or the ability to recharge batteries remotely - can make all the difference when it comes to quality of life.
● Design Engineers
● Product Engineers
● Quality Control Engineers
● Product Procurement Departments
● Manufacturing Directors and Managers
● The Benefits of Bio-Implantable Composite Materials
● Applications of BCMs in Medical Implants
● The Current Suite of Composite Materials and Characteristics
● How BCMs are Made