BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL IMPREGNATION
The VisDocta Research Laboratory has developed a method of impregnating biological material with imbibing substances, both natural and synthetic, by way of a patented vacuum system. This innovation, applied to preimpregnative and postimpregnative phases of the biological materialís treatment, permit the permanent preservation of the material at an environmental temperature with no risk of toxicity or infectivity, both for scientific research or didactic intents.
This newly created procedure provides vastly improved specimens, odorless, and with minimal shrinkage. It also allows for variations as determined by the nature and characteristics of the biological material, the techniques of preparation and fitting, the chemical and physical imbibing substancesí features, the impregnationís procedures, the nature of the polymerizing processes and the eventual post-procedural treatments.
It is now possible to treat with this method all types of biological material; human, animal and vegetable. Tissues, organs, systems, apparatus, anatomical topographical features "in toto" or extrapolated can be treated by applying a differentiated methodological plurality of the substratumís preparation and fitting and then by utilizing certain specific impregnating substances to obtain the best possible results for the userís specific purposes.
The biological specimens treated with this method maintain the typical structures of the biological matter and they can be prepared for certain purposes, fitting the biological material with different techniques and criteria by directing the physical, chemical, optical and mechanical characteristics of the impregnating matter that are acquired from the biological substrate object of the study, thereby obtaining the desired specimens, whether sections, organs, systems, or vessel structures.
It now becomes possible to pursue research that varies from anatomical studies, to histological disciplines, to instrumental analysis such as endoscopies and more.
VisDocta Research can provide the specimens you need or consultations with the necessary instruments, materials and instruction for you to treat your own specimens.