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Mechanical, biological, and microstructural properties of biodegradable models of polymeric stents made of PLLA and alginate fibers
Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics
Due to lack of effective methods for preventing the complications associated with stent implantation, the search for new solutions is conducted, including those based on the use of biodegradable polymers. Such materials could allow us to develop a temporary implant that would ensure flow in the vessel until its regeneration, while minimising the negative effects connected with long-term implant-tissue interaction. In this study, models in the form of biodegradable stents of different materialspmid:22339177 fatcat:ij34tqxb6zfehhh67644x2ut7q