Study of Biointegration and Elastic-Strength Properties of a New Xenopericardium-Based Biomaterial for Reconstructive Cardiovascular Surgery
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We analyzed biocompatibility, elastic-strength properties, and biointegration potential of a new biomaterial made of xenopericardium for reconstructive cardiovascular surgery. The biomaterial manufactured by the proposed technology demonstrated high biocompatibility and biointegration potential and its elastic-strength properties 2-4-fold surpassed that of native pericardium. The obtained results attested to good prospects of using the proposed technology for preparing biomaterials for reconstructive cardiovascular surgery.
Key Wordsxenopericardium-based biomaterials decellularization biointegration elasticstrength characteristics repopulation
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