3rd Edition of Cardiology World Conference

September 14-15, 2022 | Virtual Event

September 14 -15, 2022 | Online Event
Cardio 2022

Role of textile materials as cardiovascular implants

N Gokarneshan, Speaker at Heart Congress
Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, India
Title : Role of textile materials as cardiovascular implants

Abstract:

Due to a steadily growing number of patients and considerable diagnostic and therapeutic advances, vascular diseases are becoming more and more important in general and clinical practices. The design and fabrication of synthetic vascular prostheses have been challenging to the area of surgical research over the last four decades. As vascular grafts must have specific characteristics. Textile structures are usually the materials used for arterial replacement, however they do not always meet all the requirements. The most important aspects of an arterial grafts are porosity, compliance and bio-degradability. A graft should be micro porous to provide a stable anchorage for vascular cells and stimulate cell ingrowth. Most Textile grafts are constructed either of PET (Polyethylene terephthalate) commercial name Dacron or PTEF (Polythetraflouoroethylene) known as Teflon. The design requirements for large as well as small vascular grafts are highlighted herein. Different textile structure use for grafts, Latest development in textile graft to improve kinking properties, Tissue grafts and different product available in market to solve cardiovascular problem. It is concluded that the development of vascular grafts for replacing small diameter arteries may be reached by modifying currently available synthetic materials or thru break through procedures and discoveries in the area of tissue engineering.

What will audience learn from presentation
1. Audience will get exposure on the developments in the field
2. They could apply the materials to their research
3. The new textile materials could offer a substitute to existing materials

Biography:

Dr.N.Gokarneshan was born in 1964. He got his Doctoral degree in textile technology from Anna University, Chennai, India. He has academic experience of over three decades. In his academic career he has authored 15 books, published over 200 papers in peer reviewed indexed journals that include Scopus, Web of Science, SCI, etc. He has contributed many book chapters for edited books with reputed publishers like Wiley, Elsevier, Springer, etc. One of his note worthy contributions is his book chapter titled TEXTILES FOR CARDIAC CARE in edited book published by NOVA Science. One of his major area of interests is medical textiles, and he has contributed by way of authoring books, book chapters, and journal publications. He has also presented papers in a number of conferences. He is editor in chief of some peer reviewed journals and editorial member in many journals that include medical journals. He is recipient of a number of awards and recognitions for outstanding contributions in his field.

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