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Chapter 15 - Polycaprolactone-based shape memory polymeric nanocomposites for biomedical applications
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2022
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Vaishnavi Hada
S.A.R. Hashmi
Medha Mili
Nikhil Gorhe
Sai Sateesh Sagiri
Kunal Pal
Rashmi Chawdhary
Manal Khan
Ajay Naik
N. Prashant
A.K. Srivastava
Sarika Verma

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Shape-memory polymers (SMPs) are stimuli-responsive materials that can alter from a programmed form to their original condition upon triggering an applicable input. SMPs are a category of automatically valuable “smart” materials that have dragged deep interest within the space of advanced material fields due to their varied, versatile applications in the broad spectrum. Among others, polycaprolactone (PCL) has gained much interest in medical science areas, like neuronic applications, etc. Fundamental studies on projected SMP systems in biomedicine highlight biodegradability, tailorability, sterilization and biocompatibility, etc. This review focuses on one significant shape memory polymer-based nanocomposite, i.e., PCL, a biodegradable, biocompatible, and nontoxic polymer. This review overviews PCL-based shape memory polymeric nanocomposites for their shape memory behavior for the biomedical field. This review will also report the present and possible future ways in which the PCL-based nanocomposites can be used for various biomedical applications like wound dressing, oesophagal stenosis, self-tightening sutures, bone tissue engineering, vascular graft, drug delivery, and bone defect repair, etc.

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10.1016/B978-0-12-822858-6.00014-5
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Chapter 15 - Polycaprolactone-based shape memory polymeric nanocomposites for biomedical applications

Vaishnavi Hada
S.A.R. Hashmi
Medha Mili
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Sai Sateesh Sagiri
Kunal Pal
Rashmi Chawdhary
Manal Khan
Ajay Naik
N. Prashant
A.K. Srivastava
Sarika Verma

Chapter 15 - Polycaprolactone-based shape memory polymeric nanocomposites for biomedical applications

Shape-memory polymers (SMPs) are stimuli-responsive materials that can alter from a programmed form to their original condition upon triggering an applicable input. SMPs are a category of automatically valuable “smart” materials that have dragged deep interest within the space of advanced material fields due to their varied, versatile applications in the broad spectrum. Among others, polycaprolactone (PCL) has gained much interest in medical science areas, like neuronic applications, etc. Fundamental studies on projected SMP systems in biomedicine highlight biodegradability, tailorability, sterilization and biocompatibility, etc. This review focuses on one significant shape memory polymer-based nanocomposite, i.e., PCL, a biodegradable, biocompatible, and nontoxic polymer. This review overviews PCL-based shape memory polymeric nanocomposites for their shape memory behavior for the biomedical field. This review will also report the present and possible future ways in which the PCL-based nanocomposites can be used for various biomedical applications like wound dressing, oesophagal stenosis, self-tightening sutures, bone tissue engineering, vascular graft, drug delivery, and bone defect repair, etc.

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