Tag Archives: Hydrogel

Complex Hydrogel Structures to Host Living Cells Printed Using New Technique

Hydrogels are one of the hottest materials in biomedical research these days, as anyone following this publication will attest to. They’re biocompatible, have the squishy consistency of soft tissues, and they can be tinkered with to host living cells, deliver drugs, and hopefully one day serve as replacements for diseased tissues and organs. Hydrogels’ unique… Read More »

Protein-Loaded Antimicrobial Hydrogel to Treat, Prevent Bone Infections

June 28th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Materials, Medicine, News, Orthopedic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Surgery Bone infections are quite common following orthopedic surgery or as a result of injury or disease. They can be incredibly difficult to treat, and heavy duty antibiotic regimens coupled with debridement surgery is the current approach. Even after all that, inflammation is… Read More »