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Biomaterials are artificial substances that have been rendered biocompatible in order to interact with biological systems. They are further classified as natural and synthetic biomaterials.
Natural biomaterials are taken from natural sources such as animal tissues or are developed in the lab, whereas synthetic biomaterials are made up of polymers, metals, and ceramics. These are often employed in medical applications to replace or supplement a natural function.
Metal-based biomaterials and related alloys are mostly employed in load-bearing applications where stiffness, high strength, fatigue strength, corrosion resistance, easy sterilisation, biocompatibility, and shape memory are desired qualities.
Metals are also often utilised as biomaterials in load-bearing implants and orthopaedic operations requiring metallic implants, as well as cardiology, ophthalmology, and dentistry applications.
The Asia Pacific Biomaterials Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Welspun India, part of the Welspun Group, has created a new bio-based home textile line, comprising bath towels and bedsheets, in partnership with DuPont Biomaterials, to fulfil the growing need for sustainable home textile goods.
Cotton and DuPont Sorona fibres are used in the cooperation to develop home textile materials. According to the two firms, the materials used in the new line provide comfort, moisture control, a beautiful drape, and a smooth, soft hand feel.
DuPont’s Sorona brand, which is made up of renewable plant-based components, provides a high-performing, sustainably produced the material solution. While Sorona polymer fibres are being employed in a variety of garment applications, including athleisure and sportswear, insulation, swimwear, outerwear, suiting, fake fur, and more.
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