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      Medical cyber-physical systems: A survey

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              Inspiration and application in the evolution of biomaterials.

              Biomaterials, traditionally defined as materials used in medical devices, have been used since antiquity, but recently their degree of sophistication has increased significantly. Biomaterials made today are routinely information rich and incorporate biologically active components derived from nature. In the future, biomaterials will assume an even greater role in medicine and will find use in a wide variety of non-medical applications through biologically inspired design and incorporation of dynamic behaviour.
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                Journal
                Journal of Medical Systems
                J Med Syst
                Springer Nature
                0148-5598
                1573-689X
                April 2018
                March 10 2018
                April 2018
                : 42
                : 4
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                10.1007/s10916-018-0921-x
                © 2018

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