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Exploring the revolution in healthcare systems through the applications of digital twin technology

Digital Twin is a virtual replica of an item that is gaining traction in several sectors. This technology is creating significant advancements in the field of healthcare. A machine or a person's digital...

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Review of the efficacy of nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems for cancer treatment

This review evaluates the literature on nanoparticle-based drug delivery systems for cancer treatment and assesses their efficacy. Nanoparticles have shown potential for improving anticancer agent delivery,...

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Nanomaterials for wound healing: Current status and futuristic frontier

Wound healing is a complex process that involves a variety of physical, chemical, and biological processes. Because of their remarkable characteristics and capabilities, nanomaterials have recently...

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Sustaining the healthcare systems through the conceptual of biomedical engineering: A study with recent and future potentials

Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering & technology that combines biomedical sciences with engineering principles. This discipline covers broad areas where biomedical engineers...

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Functional hydrogels for treatment of dental caries

As the most popular teeth problem, dental caries can result in pain, suffering, impaired function, and diminished quality of life among communities, which calls for new strategies to improve the therapeutic...

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Injectable hydrogel microspheres in cartilage repair

The key to regenerative medicine is in situ regeneration of lesion cells, so as to achieve lesion repair and regeneration. However, the complex environment of the joint cavity where cartilage is located...

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A comprehensive review on carbon quantum dots as an effective photosensitizer and drug delivery system for cancer treatment

Carbon quantum dots (CQDs) are an emerging class of carbon-based nanomaterials. CQDs are receiving considerable interest in biomedical applications due to their low toxicity, stability profile, efficient...

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Living probiotic biomaterials for osteoporosis therapy

Osteoporosis (OP) is a chronic metabolic bone disease characterized by diminished bone mass, decreased bone strength, deterioration of bone microarchitecture, and increased bone fragility with fracture...

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Applications of 3D printing in tumor treatment

As an emerging technology relevant to materials science, 3D printing technology simplifies material production process, shortens the preparation cycle, and provides a broader space for disease treatment....

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Acid-labile chemical bonds-based nanoparticles for endosome escape and intracellular delivery

In the last years there has been a booming in the development of biological pharmaceuticals, and various nanoparticle delivery systems have been developed to overcome biological barriers to maximize...

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Improved efficacy with early tocilizumab in the prophylaxis and treatment of cytokine release syndrome of chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) therapy for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma than acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Tocilizumab is a well-practiced strategy to manage cytokine release syndrome (CRS) after chimeric antigen receptor T cell (CAR-T) therapy. However, varied efficiency in CRS mitigation by tocilizumab...

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Developing engineering technologies for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a complex autoimmune disease that affects multiple organs and tissues. However, only a handful of new drugs have been FDA-approved for SLE since the 1950s. Therefore,...

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Fabricated technology of biomedical micro-nano hydrogel

Micro-nano hydrogel is a novel functional material that has attracted extensive attention in various fields. Due to the size of micron and nano level, high water content and high specific surface area,...

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Bio-inspired adhesive hydrogel for wound healing

Wound healing introduces a series of interesting challenges in healthcare, such as open wounds, burn wounds, and chronic infection wounds. Hence more accurate and effective biomedical materials are...

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Pitolisant nanofibers: A promising frontier in drug delivery for narcolepsy - Formulation, optimisation, and characterization insights

The study focuses on developing a new way to deliver the narcolepsy medication pitolisant. Electrospinning was used to make polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and hyperbranched polyglycerol (HPG) polymers into...

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Micro-/nano-structured flexible electronics for biomedical applications

Flexible electronics are attracting considerable attention due to their promising performance including conductivity, stain- or pressure-sensing performance, skin-affinity, flexibility, etc. In particular,...

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A review on selenium nanoparticles and their biomedical applications

Nanotechnology has enormous promise for a wide range of applications in biology. Nanoparticles (NPs) have the benefit of improving bioactivity, decreasing toxicity, allowing for precision targeting,...

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Biomedical applications of Janus membrane

The traditional membrane with single structure cannot satisfy complex clinical applications. Inspired by lotus leaf, a novel structure Janus membrane has achieved more attention recently. Janus membrane...

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Multiscale polymeric fibers for drug delivery and tissue engineering

Owing to their superior capacity for building structures, polymeric fibers with diameters varying from a few nanometers to hundreds of microns have been explored in biomedical applications as drug carriers...

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Bio-inspired hierarchical particles for bioassays

Bioassay technology has been proved important in the field of environmental monitoring, disease diagnosis and clinical treatment. At present, diverse bioassay technologies have achieved reliability,...

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Polyaryletherketones: Properties and applications in modern medicine

Polyaryletherketones (PAEKs) are a family of durable, multifunctional, thermoplastic biopolymers. This article first provides necessary context and thorough information regarding the mechanical, physical,...

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Bone regeneration and antibacterial properties of calcium-phosphorus coatings induced by gentamicin-loaded polydopamine on magnesium alloys

Improving the corrosion resistance, osteogenic activity, and antimicrobial capacity of the magnesium-based implant is considered the key to promoting their large-scale clinical application. In this...

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Recent advances in Fenton and Fenton-like reaction mediated nanoparticle in cancer therapy

Fenton and Fenton like reaction have been well clarified as efficient reactive oxygen species (ROS) sources in tumor, and have been widely developed into a cancer treatment method. Meanwhile, transition...

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Application of nucleic acid signal amplification in biosensing and bioimaging

Nucleic acid amplification techniques are broadly employed in nucleic acid testing due to their efficient accumulation of nucleic acid sequences. With the development of biotechnology, they are further...

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Application of gas molecules in cancer therapy

Gas therapy is currently popular in cancer treatment because of its controllability, effectiveness, and biosafety, as well as the fast development of carriers for gas delivery. Here, we introduce the...

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