Published November 1, 1996
by Pergamon .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||538|
Bioceramics: Properties, Characterization, and Applications will be a general introduction to the uses of ceramics and glasses in the human body for the purposes of aiding, healing, correcting deformities, and restoring lost function. With over 30 years experience, the author developed the text as an outgrowth of an undergraduate course for senior students in biomedical engineering and will. Fourteen chapters, written by world experts, describe the processing, compositions, properties, surface chemistry, tissue response, and clinical applications. There are also chapters on characterization and quality assurance testing, and the procedures that must be followed to satisfy regulatory requirements. The chapters of this book represent the proceedings of the 7th meeting in this important series, held in Turku, Finland, in July The conference attracted a multidisciplinary audience from the bioceramics community, including leading academic and industrial scientists, manufacturers and regulators. The volume comprises 69 articles. Discover the best Bioceramic books and audiobooks. Learn from Bioceramic experts like Elsevier Books Reference and Elsevier Books Reference. Read Bioceramic books like Advances in Ceramic Biomaterials and Bioceramics with a free trial.
Chapters in the first section of the book discusses issues of significance to a range of bioceramics such as their structure, mechanical properties and biological interactions. The second part reviews the fabrication, microstructure and properties of specific bioceramics and glasses, concentrating on the most promising materials. One is Robinson method without removal of end plate. The other is our method with exposure of spongy bone. No case showed grade 1 and % cases showed grade 3 and 88% grade 4. There was 5 cases with cracks. Those showed no instability and no collapse of HAP. The average preoperative and postoperative JOA score was and points. BIOCERAMICS David H. Kohn University of Michigan, Ann Arbor INTRODUCTION BIOINERT CERAMICS BIOACTIVE CERAMICS proteins, and/or genes) with an end goal of eventually regenerating a full volume of functional tissue. Ceramic biomaterials are processed to yield one of four general types of surfaces and associated. Purchase Bioceramics Vol Volume 10 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Price: $
About this book A collection of papers from the below symposia held during the 10th Pacific Rim Conference on Ceramic and Glass Technology (PacRim10), June 2 . *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Springer Reference Works are not included. A collection of 17 papers from thee popular symposia - Symposium 4: Armor Ceramics; Symposium 5: Next Generation Bioceramics and Biocomposites; and Symposium 9: Porous Ceramics: Novel Developments and Applications held during The American Ceramic Society’s 40th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites, held in Daytona Beach, Florida, January , . Ceramic materials that are specially developed for use as medical and dental implants are termed bioceramics. They include alumina and zirconia, bioactive glasses, glass-ceramics, coatings and composites, hydroxyapatite and resorbable calcium phosphates, and radiotherapy glasses. This is the first textbook in a field which is growing rapidly in clinical applications including orthopedics 5/5(1).