By K. Mallick
Bone replacement biomaterials are primary to the biomedical zone, and feature lately benefitted from wide learn and technological advances aimed toward minimizing failure premiums and lowering the necessity for extra surgical procedure. This ebook stories those advancements, with a specific specialise in the fascinating houses for bone replacement fabrics and their strength to inspire bone fix and regeneration.
Part I covers the foundations of bone alternative biomaterials for scientific purposes. One bankruptcy reports the quantification of bone mechanics on the whole-bone, micro-scale, and non-scale degrees, whereas others speak about biomineralization, osteoductivization, fabrics to fill bone defects, and bioresorbable fabrics. half II makes a speciality of biomaterials as scaffolds and implants, together with multi-functional scaffolds, bioceramics, and titanium-based foams. eventually, half III studies additional fabrics with the capability to inspire bone fix and regeneration, together with cartilage grafts, chitosan, inorganic polymer composites, and marine organisms.
- Provides an in depth and exact assessment of the bone replacement biomaterials, a basic a part of the biomaterials and biomedical sector
- Provides readers with the rules of bone alternative biomaterials
- Reviews biomaterials for bone regeneration
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However, the strength and toughness values will depend on the particular mode of loading. For example, in the literature, bone strength obtained in tension is distinguished from bone strength obtained in compression. Compression tests At the whole-bone level, compression tests are used to determine bone mechanical properties at sites where compressive loads play an important role. Owing to their physiological role, compression tests at the vertebral body and the femoral neck are of immediate relevance.
Computed tomography (CT) Quantitative computed tomography (QCT) is also an imaging technique based on radiation absorption. However, compared to conventional X-ray imaging, CT scans have about 100× higher resolution (Hounsfield, 1973). Furthermore, QCT measures a volumetric density and the results are given in g/cm3. The attenuation coefficients (or CT numbers) at each point of the cross-sectional image are reconstructed from the projected data (Herman, 1980). CT numbers can be converted to a measure of bone mineral quantity, by calibrating scans against phantoms, typically containing dipotassium hydrogen phosphate or hydroxyapatite (Genant and Boyd, 1977; Cann, 1987).
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