Hydrogel Tissue Analogues
Hydrogel Tissue Analogues explores the diverse range of preparations of hydrogels as a tissue analogue, with a focus on processing methods and rheological characterization. Applications of hydrogels for various tissues are described, along with regulatory aspects and clinically used products. Chapters focus on state-of-the-art research in the processing of hydrogels, with a spotlight on biomimetic approaches and bioprinting, rheological characterization and implications in the biomedical field, the applications of hydrogels in tissue regeneration, including bone, adipose, cartilage, cardiac, intervertebral disc and skin regeneration, as well as hydrogels for hemostasis, enhancing vascularization and treatment of infectious diseases, the bioadhesive nature of hydrogels, and regulatory aspects.
- Provides various applications of hydrogels in tissue engineering in one resource
- Emphasizes a biomimetic approach in hydrogel synthesis
- Presents a rheological understanding of hydrogels for biomedical applications
- Discusses regulatory aspects and clinically used hydrogel products
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Explores a wide array of methods for processing hydrogels and preparing them as tissue analogues.