New materials that could help people heal bone fractures are currently in progress by Jānis Ločs, director of the General Chemical Technology Institute of Riga Technical University (RTU), Latvian Television reported October 24.
In the event of severe fractures, human bones are normally supported with metallic additions, but RTU scientists are developing a material which is dissolves in the body after the bone heals.
“The main theme in my studies of recent years is amorphous calcium phosphate. It's a substance that occurs in our bones when we g...
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