Biomedical Sealant Market Set for Rapid Growth and Trend, by 2022-2030


Biomedical sealants have emerged as a viable alternative to staples and sutures in surgeries to prevent liquid and air leaks. Surgical sealants can be made from synthetic, natural, or a combination of the two. Sealant materials must be elastic and compliant with the tissue in order to allow mobility and function of diverse tissues such as the lungs, blood vessels, skin, and other organs. Biomedical Sealant Market materials include polyurethane, glycol, and polyethylene glycol, as well as naturally occurring polysaccharides and proteins. Because of its excellent tissue adherence and flexibility, polyurethane is used in biomedical sealants. Polyethylene glycol is commonly used in sealants as a hemostatic adhesive and fluid barrier. Synthetic biomedical sealants outperform natural biomedical sealants in terms of mechanical strength and tissue bonding.

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