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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2009; 8(1): 01-02

Need of Biomaterials in Medicine

Maj Gen [Retd] Muhammad Aslam.

The term bioengineering appears to have the most
comprehensive meaning. Biomedical engineers apply
electrical, chemical, optical, mechanical and other engineering
principles to understand, modify or control
biological (i.e human or animal) systems1. Biomaterial
is a perspective of bioengineering. Biomaterials are
conventionally being used in2:-

Key words: Biomaterials

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