Biomaterials Engineering and Devices: Human Applications: Volume 2. Orthopedic, Dental, and Bone Graft Applications

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The medical device and drug industries standards in analytical methodology and are consistently among the strongest techno- quality control. logical performers. Materials are a key The users of Biomaterials Engineering ingredient in their dynamic growth. Devel- and Devices: Human Applications will r- opment of these materials is in a constant resent a broad base of backgrounds ranging state of activity, with the challenge of re- from the basic sciences (e. g. , polymer placing old materials that cannot withstand chemistry and biochemistry) to more the tests of time, and the new materials' applied disciplines (e. g. , mechanical/ needs coming to the forefront in modern chemical engineering, orthopedics, and applications. This new reference text, pharmaceutics). To meet varied needs, each Biomaterials Engineering and Devices: chapter provides clear ancd fully detailed Human Applications, focuses on materials discussions. This in-depth, but practical, used in or on the human body-materials coverage should also assist recent indu- that define the world of "biomaterials. " ees to the biomaterials circle. The editors Biomaterials Engineering and Devices: trust that this reference textbook conveys Human Applications focuses on mate- the intensity of this fast moving field in an rials development and characterization. enthusastic presentation. Chapters deal with issues in the selection of Donald L. Wise, PHD proper biomaterials from biocompatibility Debra J. Trantolo, PHD to biostability to structure/function relation- Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, MD ships. Chapters also focus on the use of Joseph D. Gresser, PHD specific biomaterials based on their physio- Mario V.


Part 1. Biomaterials for Dental Applications. Biomaterials Used in Implant Dentistry, John P. Ley, A. Norman Cranin, and Michael Katzap. Polymers in the Oral Environments: Novel Elastomers as Soft Liners, Kalachandra Sid and Tetsuya Takamata. HA Coatings on Dental Implants, Joo L. Ong, Daniel C. N. Chan, and Kazuhisa Bessho. Characterization of Water Inhibition in Light-Cured Dental Resins, Kristen L. Droesch, Brian J. Love, and Virginie M. Vaubert. Osseointegrated Dental Implants: Follow-up Studies, Günther Heimke and Cornelius G. Wittal. Part 2. Bony Biomaterials for Grafting Applications. Artificial Bone: Hydroxyapatite Reconstruction of Tibial Plateau Fractures, P. Patka, H. J. Th. M. Haarman, M. van der Elst, and F. C. Bakker. Enhancing Cortical Allograft Incorporation Processing by Partial Demineralization and Laser Perforation: A Histological, Biomechanical, and Immunological Study, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Georg Schollmeier, Axel Ekkernkamp, Henry J. Mankin, Hans K. Uhthoff, and William W. Tomford. Synthetic Osseous Grafting: A Necessary Component to Oral Reconstruction, Arthur Ashman and Jeffrey S. Gross. HA-SAL2: Novel Bone Graft Substitute with Composition Mimicking Bone Mineral, Hannah Ben-Bassat, Benjamin Y. Klein, Isaac Leichter, Meir Liebergall, David Segal, Frigita Kahana, and Sara Sarig. Soluble Calcium Salts in Bioresorbable Bone Grafts, Joseph D. Gresser, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Debra J. Trantolo, Donald L. Wise, and Yung-Yueh Hsu. Part 3. Orthopedic Fixtures and Cements. Surface Hardening of Orthopedic Implants, Ravi H. Shetty. Orthopedic Applications of Carbon Fiber Composites, Joseph A. Longo III and James B. Koeneman. Development of a Bioresorbable Interbody Fusion Device, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Joseph D. Gresser, Debra J. Trantolo, Georg Schollmeier, Frank Kandziora, and Donald L. Wise. Follow-up-Study-Based Wear Debris Reduction with Ceramic-Metal-Modular Hip Replacements, Günther Heimke and Gerd Willmann. Applied Aspects of Calcium PhosphateBone Cement Application, F. C. M. Driessens, M. G. Boltong, I. Khaïroun, E. A. P. De Maeyer, M. P. Ginebra, R. Wenz, J. A. Planell, and R. M. H. Verbeeck. Osteointegration and Dimensional Stability of Poly(D,L-Lactide-Co-Glycolide) Implants Reinforced with Poly(Propylene Glycol-Co-Fumaric Acid): Histomorphometric Evaluation of Metaphyseal Bone Remodeling in Rats, Joseph D. Gresser, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Debra J. Trantolo, and Donald L. Wise. Particulate Metal in Late Aseptic Loosening of Cemented Total Hip Arthroplasties, Jochanan H. Boss, David G. Mendes, and Ines Misselevich. Injectable and Bioresorbable Poly(Propylene Glycol-Co-Fumaric Acid) Bone Cement, Debra J. Trantolo, Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Joseph D. Gresser, and Donald L. Wise. Development of a Modular Ceramic Knee Prosthesis, W. M. Payten and B. Ben-Nissan. Index.
EAN: 9780896038592
ISBN: 0896038599
Untertitel: Vol 2: Orthopedic, Dental, and Bone Graft Applications. 2000. Auflage. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2000
Seitenanzahl: 346 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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