Advances in Biomedical Polymers / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306424670
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 2/28/1987
  • Series: Polymer Science and Technology Series, #35
  • Edition description: 1987
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 405
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Table of Contents

Regeneration of Sciatic Nerve Across 15mm Gap By Use of a Polymeric Template.- Temporary Wound Covering: Effect of Chemical Modification.- Custom Hade Silicone Implants in Facial Contour Reconstruction.- Themoplastic Chlorinated Polyethylene for Maxillofacial Prostheses.- Experience Over 10 Years With a New Implanting Polymer “Osteomesh” Used with Bone Grafts in Craniomaxillofacial Rehabilitation.- Polyphosphazine Fluoroelastomer (PNF) as a Permanent Soft Liner for Removable Dentures.- New Fluoropolymers for Potential Medical Applications.- The Evolution of Polyurethane Orthopaedic Polymeric Casting Systems.- Totally Resorbable High-Strength Composite Material.- Body Absorbable Osteosynthesis Devices.- Crosslinkable Polyesters for Biomedical Composites (1).- Synthesis and Properties of Polymers for Biodegradable Implants.- New Finger Joint Implantable Prosthesis in an Ex-Vivo Model: Biostereometric Studies.- Calcification of Polymeric Biomaterials in Long-Term Cardiovascular Uses.- Metal Ion Complexation of Poly(Ether)Urethanes.- Environmental Stress Cracking in Implanted Polyurethane Devices.- Metal Catalyzed Oxidative Degradation of Implanted Polyurethane Devices.- A Collagen-Dacron Composite Vascular Graft for Arterial Reconstructions.- Design and In Vitro Testing of Newly Made Bicomponent Knitted Fabrics for Vascular Surgery.- Sodium Neutralization in a Polyethylene Ionomer and Blood/Material Interactions in an InVivo Canine Model.- Surface Characteristics of Polyethylene Oxide-Polystyrene Multiblock Copolymers.- Fibrinogen/Platelet Interaction with PGI2 Analog-Heparin Immobilized Albuminated Polyurethane.- On the Blood Compatibility of a Heparin-Polyvinyl Alcohol Hydrogel.- New Heparinizable Materials: Surface Grafting of Poly (Amido Amine) Chains on Polyurethane.- The Synthesis of Some Potentially Blood Compatible Heparin-Like Polymeric Biomaterials.- Chitin and Chitosan for Use as a Novel Biomedical Material.- A Study of Liposome-Type Artificial Red Blood Cells Stabilized with Carboxymethyl Chitin.- Polymeric Platinol Derivative of Methotrexate for the Treatment of Virally Related Juvenile Diabetes.- Antibacterial and Antitumoral Activity of Selected Polyphosphonoanhydrides and Polyphosphoroanhydrides.- Elastomeric Polypeptide Biomaterials: Introduction of Hexapeptide Repeats (Hard Segments) in the Polypentapeptide.- Polymer Modification by Radiation Grafting in the Presence of Salt Additives and Its Application in Enzyme Immobilization.- Use of Organic Cosolvents for Enhanced Leaching of HEMA/MAA Copolymers.- Efficient Removal of Excess Inorganic Phosphate by Hemoperfusion.- Contributors.

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