Materials Sciences and Implant Orthopedic Surgery / Edition 1

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'This book will be of immediate interest to bioengineers. Strict editorial control over the individual contributions has resulted in a well presented book. The tutorial nature of some of the contributions will also appeal to other areas. Each article is well referenced and the index allows the ready location of specific topics of interest. The reviewer has no hesitation in recommending this book to anyone who is even remotely interested in biomaterials or bioengineering.' Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society, 23:1 (1987)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789024734092
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 10/31/1986
  • Series: Nato Science Series E: (closed) , #116
  • Edition description: 1986
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 1.00 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Experiences with Implantable Devices — Problems Faced by Developing Countries.- Clinical Aspects of Implant Surgery.- 2. The Utilisation of Implants in Clinical Orthopaedics.- 3. Clinical Aspects of Orthopaedic Implant Surgery.- 4. Biology of Primary Fracture Healing. From Experimentation with Animals to Clinical Application. A Review.- 5. Evaluation of Upper and Lower Limb Loadings in Aided-Gait.- 6. A New Total Ankle Joint Prosthesis.- 7. Biomechanical and Biochemical Adaptation of Skeletal Implants (Clinical and Experimental Results).- Metallic Materials.- 8. Mechanical Behaviour of Implant Materials and Devices.- 9. The Biological Applications of Titanium and Titanium Alloys.- 10. Applications of the Memory Alloy NiTi as Implant Material.- 11. Metallurgy of Orthopaedic Implants.- 12. Stem Fractures in Total Hip Protheses.- Surface and Interfaces Phenomena.- 13. Surface Phenomena in In Vivo Environments.- 14. High Resolution Electron Microscopy Evidence for the Direct Bonding of Bone to Hydroxylapatite.- 15. The Role of Quantitative Microscopy in Biomaterials Research.- 16. Z-? : Solid Metal Direct Skeletally-Attached Prosthesis.- 17. The Eccentric Polyethylene Acetabular Cup — The Role of Cup Wall Thickness and Design in Implant Loosening.- 18. Does the Trunnion Bearing Total Hip Prosthesis Imply Reduced Wear Rates? — Tribological and Statistical Studies in 80 Retrieved Femoral Heads of the Weber-Huggler Type.- 19. Bone In-Growth and Porous Implant Stability with Bioactive Substances.- 20. Bone Implant Surfaces with Coatings Containing Surface-Reactive Particles.- Non Metallic Materials.- 21. Carbon and Plastic Materials for Orthopaedic Implants.- 22. Delayed Hypersensitivity to Silicone Products.- 23. Osteophilic Ceramic and Glass Materials.- 24. Use of Perforated Bone Matrix for Osteoinduction and Stimulation of Bone Regeneration.- 25. The Role of Carbon Fibers in Orthopedic Implants: A Review.- 26. Degradation of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene for Joint Endoprostheses.- 27. Fracture, Fatigue and Aging Behavior of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastics.- 28. Collagen: Structure, Function and Biomaterial Properties.- 29. Polytetrafluorethylene Grafts in Microvascular Surgery.- 30. Bioengineering and Implant Surgery: Some New Directions.
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