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The influence of low shear microbore extrusion on the properties of high molecular weight poly(l-lactic acid) for medical tubing applications.
Biodegradable polymers play a crucial role in the medical device field, with a broad range of applications such as suturing, drug delivery, tissue engineering, sca olding, orthopaedics, and fixation devices. Poly-l-lactic ...
Influence of annealing and biaxial expansion on the properties of Poly-l-lactic) medical tubing.
Poly-l-lactic acid (PLLA) is one of the most common bioabsorbable materials in the medical device field. However, its use in load-bearing applications is limited due to its inferior mechanical properties when compared ...
Additive manufacturing of personalized pharmaceutical dosage forms via stereolithography.
The introduction of three-dimensional printing (3DP) has created exciting possibilities for the fabrication of dosage forms, paving the way for personalized medicine. In this study, oral dosage forms of two drug ...
Material considerations for fused-filament fabrication of solid dosage forms.
Material choice is a fundamental consideration when it comes to designing a solid dosage form. The matrix material will ultimately determine the rate of drug release since the physical properties (solubility, viscosity, ...
Additive manufacturing of PLA/HNT nanocomposites for biomedical applications
Additive manufacturing has been of great interest of research in various applications due to their ease in processability, cost effectiveness and adaptability. In this study Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) was used as the base ...