3D fibrous structures as cardiovascular implants

Singh, Charanpreet, Morsi, Yosry, Lin, Tong and Wang, Xungai 2011, 3D fibrous structures as cardiovascular implants, in Proceeding of the 3rd World Conference on 3D Fabrics and Their Applications 2011, World Academic Union, London, England, pp. 159-167.

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Title 3D fibrous structures as cardiovascular implants
Author(s) Singh, Charanpreet
Morsi, Yosry
Lin, TongORCID iD for Lin, Tong orcid.org/0000-0002-1003-0671
Wang, XungaiORCID iD for Wang, Xungai orcid.org/0000-0002-3549-6769
Conference name World Conference on 3D Fabrics and Their Applications (3rd : 2011 : Wuhan, China)
Conference location Wuhan, China
Conference dates 20-21 Apr. 2011
Title of proceedings Proceeding of the 3rd World Conference on 3D Fabrics and Their Applications 2011
Editor(s) Chen, X.
Hearle, J.
Xu, W.
Publication date 2011
Conference series World Conference on 3D Fabrics and Their Applications
Start page 159
End page 167
Total pages 9
Publisher World Academic Union
Place of publication London, England
Keyword(s) 3D textiles
vascular graft
tissue engineering
Summary Medical textiles are a highly specialised stream of technical textiles industry with a growing range of applications. A significant advancement has been achieved in surgical products or biomedical textiles (implantable/non-implantable) with the advent of 3D textile manufacturing techniques. Cardiovascular soft tissue implants (vascular grafts) have been a field of interest over decades for use of innovative 3D tubular structures in treatment of cardiovascular diseases. In the field of soft tissue implants, knitted and woven tubular structures are being used for large diameter blood vessel replacements. Advent of electrospinning and tissue engineering techniques has been able to provide promising answers to small diameter vascular grafts. The aim of this review is to outline the approaches in vascular graft development utilising different 3D tubular structure forming techniques. The emphasis is on vascular graft development techniques that can help improve treatment efficacy in future.
ISBN 9781846260490
Language eng
Field of Research 091012 Textile Technology
090301 Biomaterials
090302 Biomechanical Engineering
Socio Economic Objective 970102 Expanding Knowledge in the Physical Sciences
HERDC Research category E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
HERDC collection year 2011
Copyright notice ©2011, World Academic Union
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30045563

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