BIOMedical technology

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Advanced Biomaterials and Biomedical Textile Technology

Biomedical Textiles

As a functional component of a device, biomedical textile structures are used in applications such as heart valves, endovascular grafts, soft tissue repair products, load-sharing scaffolds, and neurovascular stents. Based on the biomimetic requirements of an application, a material structure is custom designed by engineers who have highly technical experience with medical textile-forming technologies. At Secant Medical Components, we apply our extensive knowledge of textile engineering methods—knitting, braiding and weaving—to create high-performance biomedical structures that assist in the internal repair and recovery of the body.

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Selecting the most appropriate material(s) to meet an application’s requirements is a crucial step in developing a biomedical structure. Armed with expertise in microbiology, chemistry and biomedical engineering, Secant Medical Components’ cross-functional team collaborates with you to recommend a polymeric, metallic or resorbable material (or blend thereof) that promotes biological integration and encourages healing. As part of this process we employ our proficiency in biomaterials research and analysis within our state-of-the-art Materials Science Laboratory.



Secant Medical Components produces a bioresorbable resin platform that serves as a platform for regenerative healing. Made from poly(glycerol sebacate), Regenerez® is available for a variety of in vivo applications for cardiovascular, orthopedics, neurovascular and tissue engineering.

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