Handbook of Biomaterial Properties

Handbook of Biomaterial Properties

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Handbook of Biomaterial Properties by Jonathan Black

Progress in the development of surgical implant materials has been hindered by the lack of basic information available on the nature of the tissues, organs, and systems being repaired or replaced. However a considerable body of data has accumulated concerning the materials aspect of both implantable materials and natural tissues and fluids, broadly distributed in various publications, with varying degrees of accuracy and precision. This handbook draws together for the first time much of the accepted data and information on the subject. The experts responsible for each contribution to the Handbook of Biomaterial Properties have considered not merely the intrinsic and interactive properties of biomaterials, but also the appropriateness of their applications as well as their historical context. The resulting text will prove invaluable to the researcher, student, bioengineer and practising physician.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461376583
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 03/14/2014
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998
Pages: 590
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword. Introduction. Contributors. Part I: A1. Cortical bone; J. Currey. A2. Cancellous bone; T.M. Keaveney.. A3. Dentine and enamel; K.E. Healey. B1. Cartilage; J.R. Parsons. B2. Fibrocartilage; V.M. Gharpuray. B3. Ligament, tendon and fascia; S.L.-Y. Woo, R.E. Levine. B4. Skin and muscle; A.F.T. Mak, M. Zhang. B5. Brain tissues; S.S. Margulies, D.F. Meaney. B6. Arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels; X. Deng, R. Guidoin. B7. The intraocular lens; T.V. Chirila. C1. Blood and related fluids; V. Turitto, S.M. Slack. C2. The vitreous humour; T.V. Chirila, Y. Hong. Part II: 1. Metallic biomaterials; J. Breme, V. Biehl. 1a. Stainless steels. 1b. CoCr-based alloys. 1c. Titanium and titanium alloys. 1d. Dental restoration materials. 2. Composite materials; L. Ambrosio, G. Carotenuto, L. Nicolais. 3. Thermoplastic polymers in biomedical applications; S.H. Teoh, Z.G. Tang, G.W. Hastings. 4. Biomedical elastomers; J.W. Boretos, J. Boretos. 5. Oxide bioceramics in medicine and dentistry; J. Li, G.W. Hastings. 6. Properties of bioactive glasses and glass-ceramics; L.L. Hench, T. Kokubo. 7. Wear; M. LaBerge. 8. Degradation/resorption in ceramics in orthopaedics; H. Oonishi, H. Oomamiuda. 9. Corrosion of metallic implants; M.A. Barbosa. 10. Carbons; A.D. Haubold, R.B. More, J.C. Bokros. Part III: 1. General concepts of biocompatibility; D.F. Williams. 2. Soft tissue response; J.M. Anderson. 3. Hard tissue response; T. Albrektsson. 4. Immune response; K. Merritt. 5. Cancer; M. Rock. 6. Blood-material interactions; S.R. Hanson. 7. Soft tissue response to silicones; S.E. Gabriel. Index.

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