A biomaterial is a substance that has been created to interact with biological systems for a medical purpose, either therapeutic or diagnostic. Biomaterials play an important role in modern medicine, restoring function and assisting recovery for those who have been injured or diagnosed with a disease. Natural or synthetic biomaterials are utilised in medical applications to support, augment, or replace damaged tissue or biological functions. Biomaterials is a modern field that includes medicine, biology, physics, and chemistry, as well as tissue engineering and materials science. Tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and other advances have propelled the discipline forward dramatically in the last decade.
A medical device is any instrument, apparatus, implement, machine, appliance, implant, in vitro reagent, software, material, or other similar or related product that the producer intends to be used alone or in combination for medical purposes. Medical gadgets are utilised in a wide range of situations ranging from common medical operations, such as bandaging a sprained ankle, diagnosing HIV/AIDS to implanting an artificial hip, or