The invention relates to a hybrid hydrogel, in particular degradable or non-degradable, comprising a first hydrogel polymer of formula (I) in association with an alginate hydrogel polymer, and optionally organosilica particles in particular degradable or non-degradable nanoparticles, or porous silicon particles; pharmaceutical, veterinary and/or cosmetic compositions thereof; and uses thereof as a medicament. The invention notably relates to the use of such hybrid hydrogel in the treatment of fistulas and physiological leaks/leakages, notably in the gastrointestinal tract. The present invention finds applications in the therapeutic and diagnostic medical technical fields and also in cosmetic and veterinary technical fields.

Injectable hybrid alginate hydrogels and uses thereof / L. DE COLA, G. Alonci, S. Perretta.

Injectable hybrid alginate hydrogels and uses thereof

L. DE COLA;
2019-03-21

Abstract

The invention relates to a hybrid hydrogel, in particular degradable or non-degradable, comprising a first hydrogel polymer of formula (I) in association with an alginate hydrogel polymer, and optionally organosilica particles in particular degradable or non-degradable nanoparticles, or porous silicon particles; pharmaceutical, veterinary and/or cosmetic compositions thereof; and uses thereof as a medicament. The invention notably relates to the use of such hybrid hydrogel in the treatment of fistulas and physiological leaks/leakages, notably in the gastrointestinal tract. The present invention finds applications in the therapeutic and diagnostic medical technical fields and also in cosmetic and veterinary technical fields.
Université De Strasbourg
Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique
Ihu Strasbourg - Institut Hospitalo-Universitaire De Strasbourg
WO2019/053269
PCT/EP2018/075097
Settore CHIM/03 - Chimica Generale e Inorganica
Injectable hybrid alginate hydrogels and uses thereof / L. DE COLA, G. Alonci, S. Perretta.
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