At Poly-Med, we design, develop, and manufacture custom absorbable polymers and biomedical materials to propel specialty product visions into tangible, highly-competitive, and unique product offerings.
We support client medical device ideas with innovative biodegradable materials and processing.
Our Polymers Change Lives
Absorbable polymers can transform the healing process by temporarily restoring functionality in targeted areas. After use, they resorb within the body without a trace, minimizing the need for follow up surgical procedures.
Our polymers can be constructed into a variety of fibrous articles and medical textiles. More polymers equal more responsive designs, with better outcomes. Don’t design for a polymer, select the polymer for your design.
Regenerative scaffolds aim to mimic the physical, chemical, mechanical, and biological cues observed in a normal tissue environment. This technology can be tailored to partially, or fully, absorb during the healing process.
Absorbable polymers offer great benefit to the healthcare field by delivering a better standard of care. Implantable devices that degrade after the useful life of the product help drive down overall industry costs.
To design, develop, and manufacture custom biotechnology materials, from concept to finished product
Creating first-in-class transformative absorbable biomedical devices and pharmaceutical products that improve millions of patient’s lives
Developed to date. We continuously develop new bioresorbable materials to meet innovative device needs
“SCBIO is proud to have an innovative company like Poly-Med represented on the SCBIO Board of Directors. The company’s platform technology, innovation and dynamic research result in leading edge products. Top medical device and pharmaceutical companies benefit from the engineering expertise of the Poly-Med team. We look forward to Poly-Med’s continued success as a leader in the life sciences industry in South Carolina and beyond.”
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Bioabsorbable polymers were first introduced in the 1960s and have gained traction in the use of medical devices due to their ability to be safely resorbed; thus, leading to a reduction in complications typically observed with the long-term use of foreign material in the human body. These materials are unique in that they can be […]