Artificial Organs and Related Bioinorganic Materials

  • Prof. Barry Wiling


Bioinorganic compounds or materials play the momentous role in all living organisms. Artificial organs are generally defined as any device, machine or complex biological structure which is partially or completely synthetic in nature and that could be implanted or integrated into human body to perform the tasks of a particular biological structure which has been damaged and should be replaced due to some medical reasons. Various artificial organs like bone, heart, kidney, liver, lung, pancreas, skin, urinary bladder, auditory brainstem implant, bionic contact lens, cochlear implant, direct acoustic cochlear implant, retinal implant and visual prosthetic parts have been developed. In this paper we are disusing about artificial biomaterial and organs.

How to Cite
Prof. Barry Wiling. (2019). Artificial Organs and Related Bioinorganic Materials. Forest Chemicals Review, 07 - 12.