Their biocompatibility, biodegradability and adaptable rheological properties make them the ideal material for temporary supplementation of biological fluids.
What are the
Hydrogels are intersecting three-dimensional polymer networks that swell in water without dissolving. This structure allows them to immobilize and release active substances, biomolecules or cells. The speed of release can be adapted to the therapeutic application by adjusting the molecular structure of the polymers used.
The structure of hydrogels allows to immobilize and release active substances, biomolecules or cells
Many are injectable or can be applied topically or in the form of implant coatings.
i+Med uses biocompatible and biodegradable polymers, sterilizable, with scalable processes and manufacturing under GMPs.
Presentation and use
Liquid compounds capable of solidifying or gelling after injection at the site of application, or gels with the appropriate rheological properties to be applied with a syringe of different sizes.
Flexible hydrogels, with adhesive properties, ability to adapt to different geometries and volumes, and to maintain hydration.